This has been going on for a couple of years now and seems to be increasing: the IMF presents enlightened policy papers and its leaders make progressive sounds – but all remains the same.
Bill Mitchell: US labour market – job shortfall continues with government sector undermining job creation
The US labour market is still 3,912 thousand jobs short from where it was at the end of February 2020. Read here
Three errors, all stemming from obsolete and discredited 1990s and early 2000s style thinking, have vitiated our national responses to inflation thus far. Counterpart errors, as it happens, account for our past 50 years’ economic, […]
Romania may be ruled by corrupt politicians, but they are EU politicians, so this is apparently alright. Especially European Social Democrats are delighted as their sister party in Romania leading the corruption racket are important […]