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YOYO (You're On Your Own) economics is a term coined by Jared Bernstein in 2006. The term refers to economic policies in which a government shifts responsibility for economic challenges on to individuals. Such challenges in the United States, for example, include managing globalization, maintaining Social Security, and lessening inequality of financial outcomes. Thus, the government has a lessened role in the individual lives of its citizens. Such policies are associated with the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush administrations.<ref name="Bernstein">Bernstein, Jared. All Together Now:Common Sense for a Fair Economy.Berrett-Koehler Publishers.</ref>


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YOYO (You're On Your Own) economics is a term coined by Jared Bernstein in 2006. The term refers to economic policies in which a government shifts responsibility for economic challenges on to individuals. Such challenges in the United States, for example, include managing globalization, maintaining Social Security, and lessening inequality of financial outcomes. Thus, the government has a lessened role in the individual lives of its citizens. Such policies are associated with the Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush administrations.<ref name="Bernstein">Bernstein, Jared. All Together Now:Common Sense for a Fair Economy.Berrett-Koehler Publishers.</ref>


YOYO economics sections
Intro  Social Security  See also  References  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Social Security
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