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Europe’s 30 glorious years of growth

August 24, 2019

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This data tells more of a story than I expected. Firstly, New Zealand has not been catching up with the USA. Japan stopped catching up with the USA in 1990. Canada has been drifting away from the USA for a good 30 years now in labour productivity. Data extracted on 28 May 2016 05:15 UTC …

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The Washington Centre for Equitable Growth have joined the Wall Street Journal in falling for that dodgy OECD hypothesis about rising inequality holding back economic growth. The chart below shows stark differences between egalitarian Sweden and France, and the more unequal UK since 1970 in departures from a trend growth rate of 1.9% in real …

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Source: Daron Acemoglu A Scandinavian U.S. Would Be a Problem for the Global Economy – NYTimes.com.

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Unlike the USA, the German, Italian, British and French equilibrium unemployment rates all show fluctuations that reflect changes in their underlying economic circumstances and labour market reforms. The case of the British, the rise of the British disease and Thatchernomics. The case of German, its equilibrium unemployment rate rose after German unification and then fell …

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More than 15% of unemployed Europeans haven’t had a job for more than four years econ.st/1ghznmr http://t.co/NlLXnKPYRG— The Economist (@TheEconomist) August 10, 2015

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American workers toiled for 37 days more than their French counterparts in 2013 econ.st/1M645uQ http://t.co/faN8XtmLAW— The World If (@EconWorldIf) August 10, 2015

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There are large differences in unionisation rates between the three countries. France has always had low levels of unionisation which halved since the 1970s. Italy had a sharp boost in union membership in the number of unions in the 1960s and 70s. This may have been associated with increased urbanisation. Union membership rate stayed pretty …

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Unemployment of more than a year was slowly tapering down in Italy before the global financial crisis, but ever so slowly. Source: OECD StatExtract.

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