J. W. Mason: A High-Pressure Economy Could Reshape Work. If the Fed Lets It.

The labor market is exceptionally tight, at least by the standards of recent history. That matters for monetary policy, but its importance goes beyond inflation, or even material living standards. We are used to a world where workers compete for jobs. A world where businesses compete for workers would look very different. 

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