recovery - The New School SCEPA

This paper analyzes how the impact of a change in the sovereign debt-to-GDP ratio on economic growth depends on the state of the financial market.

The Federal Reserve pumping in more liquidity and the government’s fiscal “stimulus” plan does not directly address the housing insolvency problem for millions of U.S. households.

The massive US stimulus that has just been enacted is liable to raise questions sooner or later about the viability of the dollar in financial markets.

This paper relates Okun's theory about economic growth and unemployment to the recent discussion on jobless recovery.

This paper reviews the evidence put forward in support of the orthodox prediction, which has relied on extrapolating from pre-Great Recession conditions.

Service industries for which value added is imputed from incomes, are included in Gross Domestic Product, potentially distorting measures of recession and recovery.

Brief — March 2016 Unemployment Report for Workers Over 55

Brief — June 2016 Unemployment Report for Workers Over 55