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This paper examines the impact of growth in government investment funds on net debt. The focus in this report is conceptual—whether the long-standing frameworks that define net debt would benefit from review in light of the growing use of investment funds—and suggests that increased transparency...
Leading progressive figures in the United States are proposing radical new ideas aimed at substantially reshaping the US economy and combatting rising inequality. Big-ticket expenditures and large tax hikes are all part of the mix as potential presidential candidates vie for public attention.
This report, which is the output of an academic workshop hosted in January 2019, is organized around five areas where neoliberalism provides incomplete or unsatisfactory policy guidance: growth strategies and industrial policy, inequality, finance and monetary policy, the environment, and power and politics.
This paper argues that monetary policy in Australia is no longer effective and the task of stimulating the economy should be taken up by more active fiscal policy leadership from the Australian government.