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Comment on macroeconomic issues.

  • By Simon Wren-Lewis
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly one post per week
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Dec 2022 3
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Mar 2023 5
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May 2023 5
Jun 2023 4
Jul 2023 4
Aug 2023 5
Sep 2023 4
Oct 2023 5
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Most recent posts

Fiscal failures: The UK Autumn Statement and the German debt brake
Many people fear debt, because they worry about the consequences of not being able to pay the interest on it, or pay it back. However it is a huge mistake to let that fear override …
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Why does the political right have such a problem with reality, and how should experts respond?
The UK Supreme Court has ruled that the government’s plan to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda is illegal because the Court does not believe Rwanda to be safe for refugees. The evidence does indeed …
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Current UK and EU stagnation are in part the consequence of deficit obsession
The rule of thumb journalists use to define a recession, two quarters of negative GDP growth, is unhelpful in many ways. If the economy grows by 0.1%, the headline is ‘UK avoids recession’, but if …
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