As the pandemic eventually wanes, a major question is what economic patterns will bounce back.
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.
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.
The Centre for Development and Enterprise has published “Lant Pritchett in Conversation with Ann Bernstein” (June 2021), a transcript of a one-hour conversation.
Despite an endless chain of monetary and fiscal stimuli, the Eurozone consistently disappoints in growth and job creation.
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.
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.