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Are Global Supply Chains Going to Bounce Back?

As the pandemic eventually wanes, a major question is what economic patterns will bounce back.

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This Is Not A Strong Jobs Recovery

The United States’ jobs recovery is extremely poor, especially if we consider the size of the monetary and fiscal stimulus and the spectacular upgrade to GDP estimates.

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How Wages over the Life Cycle Have Changed

The age-earnings profile for a given year tells how much more a typical 60 year-old makes than a typical 40 year-old or a typical 25 year old.

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Interview with Lant Pritchett: Topics in Development

The Centre for Development and Enterprise has published “Lant Pritchett in Conversation with Ann Bernstein” (June 2021), a transcript of a one-hour conversation.

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Europe: Non-competitive Power Prices Derail Growth

Despite an endless chain of monetary and fiscal stimuli, the Eurozone consistently disappoints in growth and job creation.

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The Shrinking US Role in World Car Markets

Within the US, I often find a widespread sense that what happens in US (and perhaps also European) car markets will be the key factor in shaping world car markets.

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It’s a Zoom World After All

The pandemic has pushed all of us into Zoom World: that is, a world where many more of our interpersonal connections, both work and personal, happen online.