Category: Macro

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Economists’ views on the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall

Did the fall of the Berlin wall destroy the social-democratic compact or did it push Western economies further down the socialist path?

Macro

Alt-labor

In the US, traditional unions have been stymied, but workers are finding new ways to organize.

Macro

The productivity of leisure

In most OECD countries leisure time has been increasing. New research finds that leisure productivity has been increasing as well leading to unexpected welfare gains.

Macro

Dispelling some myths about gender differences

Women in powerful positions: are they different than men?

Macro

International tax reform: the OECD proposal

The OECD unveils a blueprint of a new international corporate tax architecture.

Macro

On women’s employment

Are male and female workers substitutable? What has contributed to the increase in female labor participation? Has women’s employment affected the US business cycle?

Macro

Consumers’ inflation expectations

New research on how consumers form their beliefs on inflation and how these beliefs affect inflation dynamics.

Macro

Revisiting Okun’s Law

Okun’s law suggests that high pressure economies contribute to upward mobility of workers. Is the US a high pressure economy right now?

Macro

Big data and the macroeconomy

Big data has just begun to permeate economists’ thinking about the aggregate economy.

Macro

The allocation of talent

How much does an economy gain when talent, across race and gender, is efficiently allocated and how technological innovation in communications has increased the return to skill.

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