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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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Most recent posts

Why Quantitative Easing is qualitatively important but quantitatively not so important
I have written a couple of posts recently where Quantitative Easing (QE) has played an important role. Here, for example, is a post about why QE could end up putting a large hole in the …
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The political right is in an illiberal trap of its own making, which offers their opponents opportunities
A new CPS report 'Taking Back Control’, co-written by the relatively sensible and numerate among Conservative MPs Neil O’Brien, proposes a national commitment to return net migration to the historical norm of the tens of …
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When are large and persistent increases in debt to GDP justified?
In this post I showed a chart of UK government debt to GDP since 1900. It starts off at below 50%, then rises sharply to 200% during WWI. It rose to 250% during WWII, but …
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