Balanced growth, full employment can help fix a lot of what’s broken

November 30th, 2015 at 8:35 am

One wants to avoid being an economic reductionist, as in balanced growth, full employment, more broadly shared prosperity would fix everything. Of course, it wouldn’t. But based on contemporary and historical accounts, it would be likely to help a lot. And I’m not just talking living standards. I’m talking politics, turnout, tolerance, and more.

Over at Wapo.

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One comment in reply to "Balanced growth, full employment can help fix a lot of what’s broken"

  1. Fred Donaldson says:

    “Full employment” should also be fair rate employment, not cheating under 20s – http://goo.gl/o5yjOm


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