Best in Economics this week: October 13

R&D; Not dead.

Abenomics! Not dead either!


Trump rally. Not dead.


And here is an interesting read on a central bank who is actively pursuing this as its aim…Aph9r_OL_3f8Bp7OBtZ1Jf2EdXhmS5xDvjofLExmkcuR4a9qMbGtxdQrEzxOHP2l5dns_eIWQDDRH9NPGPP2WeUGQQJBAI7ywnMs_NtxJLfo72DICBm7_OuJFqBGy21md6B76mP3

The question that keeps resurfacing: “Why Aren’t Wages Rising Faster Now That Unemployment Is Lower?”

Well, it is official: the stock market is broken

A classic for sure

Not much has changed

So who is surprised here: it is a the-winner-takes-all-society, right?


Asset managers around the world, eh, the US.


A bit of homework done by the IMF



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