Europe, USA and Japan Recent Macroeconomic Policy Errors and a way Forward

Wood, Richard (2014). Europe, USA and Japan Recent Macroeconomic Policy Errors and a way Forward. Discussion Paper No. 530, School of Economics, University of Queensland.

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Author Wood, Richard
Title Europe, USA and Japan Recent Macroeconomic Policy Errors and a way Forward
School, Department or Centre School of Economics
Institution University of Queensland
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Series Discussion Paper
Report Number No. 530
Publication date 2014-08-08
Publisher The University of Queensland School of Economics
Total pages 15
Language eng
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This paper argues that a number of the central macroeconomic policies adopted by major economic blocks since the Global Financial Crisis have been inappropriate, largely ineffective, slow-acting or counterproductive. These mistaken policies have proven very expensive. An alternative combination of monetary and fiscal policies is suggested as a way to combat high debt, credit traps, deflation tendencies and high unemployment.
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