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$pending > $aving = Unemployment

Politicians say unemployment is due to the lack of economic stimulus spending. Now in the short-run the statistics can prove that this is the case, as people and businesses can afford to boost their spending and hire additional workers to fill their newly built factories, then yes it does reduce unemployment. 395 more words


Working less: solution to (nearly) everything? Assuming we agree on what constitute WORK

The solution to (nearly) everything: working less

Rutger Bregman

Had you asked John Maynard Keynes what the biggest challenge of the 21st century would be, he wouldn’t have had to think twice. 1,045 more words


Osborne's Treasury Spin - Exposed/Analysed - Alister Heath's Blog

Osborne’s Treasury Spin – Exposed/Analysed – Alister Heath’s Blog


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Greg Lance – Watkins

eMail: Greg_L-W@BTconnect.com



I guess you can’t really blame the Treasury for producing this spin to corrupt the EU In/Out Referendum. 2,119 more words

Greg Lance-Watkins

Principles 4 - Demand-Side Economics

From now on, the Principles series is going to go a little deeper. As we discussed a little in the previous episode of the Principles series… 1,379 more words


Quote of the Day

“Words ought to be a little wild for they are the assault of thoughts on the unthinking.”

John Maynard Keynes

Quote Of The Day

Karoshi, Keynes, Darwin & Leisure

That the world is a strange place and we live in interesting times are not exactly modern thoughts. The world surprises all generations all the time. 566 more words


Moynihan's Social Security Hocus Pocus

By George P. Brockway, originally published March 23, 1998

ON MARCH 16 Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan delivered a speech titled “Social Security Saved!” at Harvard’s John Kennedy School of Government. 1,875 more words

The Dismal Science