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The upward redistribution of income is the real threat to future living standards, argues Baker.
The US government has a huge amount of assets that it could sell at any time and thereby reduce its debt, writes Baker.
Economist Larry Summers is presumably not the only "expert" who crafts a message to please the sponsors, writes Baker.
As a speech, Obama's second inaugural address stood out from the historical norm — but his actions lag far behind.
A top CEO plan to curb social programmes will be bad for everyone - except them.
Four years after Obama's historic inauguration, the biggest change is that there is no hope for the economy.
If Abe manages to restore Japan to a healthy growth path perhaps it will put an end to austerity economics in the US.
While the vast majority of Democrats strongly support Social Security, the folks who finance the campaigns do not.
If economic debates in the US were focused on reality, the demand gap would be at the centre of the discussion.
Crisis countries in Europe must find more ways to tilt the market to produce more favourable outcomes for workers.
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