"The International Economy," a quarterly magazine asked economists and policy analysts to assign a letter grade to Obama's performance on:
Economic Growth B-
The online readers are expected to explore concrete and specific evidence of economic performance.(To be verified in due course of time. A pre-ranking case is subject to change without notice.)
I would like to rectify the above evaluation from traditional and outdated psyche to:
Grades A&A since A stand for Amity and Assumption.
Grades B&B as B imply Benevolence and Betterment.
As a faculty of Macroeconomics covering all the above topics for more than four decades,I would claim to be a seasoned evaluator with proper judgment with fairness and justice plus objectivity.
Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao, a lifelong learner to detect changes and choices in economics.
Monday, August 3, 2009 at 2.36 p.m.