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On the UK economy

Austerity, journalists and the financial sector by Simon Wren- Lewis
Tue, 2014-05-13 16:34
The argument that current growth (since 2013 in the UK and maybe from 2014 in the Eurozone) vindicates austerity is ludicrous. Anyone who comes to the debate without existing baggage can see that developments in the UK and Eurozone have been entirely consistent with what academic critics of austerity have been saying.

Fiscal policy, "Plan A" and the recovery: explaining the economics by Jonathan Portes
Tue, 2014-05-13 16:26

Does the UK recovery prove wrong those of us who argued that the Government's fiscal consolidation plan, announced in June 2010, was poorly designed and ignored some basic economic principles? The Chancellor, not surprisingly, says yes.


Falling real wages in the UK by David Blanchflower, Stephen Machin
Tue, 2014-05-13 16:44
The pain of the UK’s Great Recession has been spread more evenly than previous downturns, with falling real wages across the distribution. This column asks why this happened, how it compares with the US experience, and what the prospects are for recovering lost wage gains.

Larry Summers Gets It Right on the UK from CEPR
Tue, 2014-05-13 17:00
This is an article Larry Summers wrote for the Washington Post.

UK macroeconomists see potential for higher growth: results of the first Centre for Macroeconomics survey by Angus Armstrong, Francesco Caselli, Jagjit Chadha, Wouter den Haan
Tue, 2014-05-13 17:08
Fears that the financial crisis will have a significant negative impact on long-term UK economic growth are unfounded, according to a majority of the UK macroeconomics profession surveyed by the Centre for Macroeconomics (CFM). What’s more, the inaugural CFM survey, summarised in this column, indicates some optimism about the UK’s immediate capacity for higher growth: while roughly half of the respondents share the views of the Office of Budget Responsibility, the other half is substantially more optimistic about the capacity for the economy to recover.

The Macroeconomic Effects of Monetary Policy: A New Measure for the United Kingdom (Bank of England)
Tue, 2014-05-13 17:35

A working paper by James Cloyne and Patrick Hürtgen (March 2014)



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