Worldwide income growth over the past twenty five years
There was some twitter consternation on this chart last week: here is the correct version
So much for Japan’s lost decade
Whilst on the subject of inequality (part I)“Slower Productivity and Higher Inequality: Are They Related?”
Whilst on the subject of inequality (part II): inequality and crime
The OECD presents an update on the US economy
The winner takes all…
Martin Wolf of the FT is in favour of the Vollgeld referendum, as the cost of financial crisis is too high
Interesting: the difference between Japan and Germany is really not that big
The BIS on residential investment
And the winner of the LGBTI equality price is….
On the rising US debt mountain
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Ik hoorde dat je Robeco gaat verlaten om dichter bij huis aan de slag te gaan. Leuk!
Heb je nog gardening leave? Ik heb namelijk van midden juni tot midden september sabbatical en een van mijn voornemens is om de vrienden en vage kennissen te bezoeken…. Dis heb je zin om af te spreken ergens tussen mid juni en mid juli?
Met vriendelijke groet/Best regards,
sure: laatste week van juni? Niet vrijdag, want dan host ik weer een best of the web borrel
Great article! Would love to see stuff on millennials and how they’re coping financially in future blogs.
‘millenials’ is a completely random and ridiculous concept.
I presume you disapprove of the term baby boomers too then? 🙂
at least the baby boomers had a fixed and logical starting point. But indeed, there is no such thing as ‘the’ baby boomer