Jesús Arturo Devesa
Economist , MBA
Ideas and data for congressmen and senators:
GDP needed for a welfare state:
2001 to 2008 about public worker pension, retiree medical benefits,
state obligations and state infrastructure projects shows that it is
difficult to keep and endless welfare state without a GDP annual growth
of at least 7% in the U.S..
Our ideas and studies taken from analytical data may give you instruments to implement innovative solutions.