Can austerity really be to blame in a country with sky-high levels of sovereign debt and public spending?
Posts Tagged: Neo-Keynesianism
Labour productivity is just about the worst way of analysing the impact of the last recession and Britain’s subsequent recovery
The new neo-Keynesianism: Britain must run a deficit to prop-up demand in the Eurozone
Armed with theories and formulae that aren’t accessible to outsiders, the economics profession has gained a privileged position in the policy making process
Neither George Osborne nor his enemies have an explanation for Britain’s missing productivity
There are lessons in the recovery for both Left and Right.
Austerity or stimulus? With the IMF leaning towards the latter, the neo-Keynesian pro-stimulus crowd think they have the upper-hand. As… Read more »
Matthew Taylor is currently chief executive of the Royal Society of Arts and, before that, was Tony Blair’s most senior… Read more »