Posts filed under “Economy”

Global Lessons for Inclusive Growth

Category: Economy, Think Tank

Conditions Favorable for a Capex Comeback

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Corporate Management, Economy

Why Do Economists Still Disagree over Government Spending Multipliers? Daniel Carroll Federal Reserve of Cleveland     Public debate about the effects of government spending heated up after record-large stimulus packages were enacted to address the fallout of the financial crisis. Almost as noticeable as the discord was the absence of consensus among prominent economists…Read More

Category: Economy

About That Labor Force Participation Rate . . .

@TBPInvictus here: On April 17, 2012, North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx stood before her colleagues in the House of Representatives and said (emphasis mine): Ms. FOXX. Mr. Speaker, the March employment report continues to show us that the Federal Government has not been helping to create jobs in our economy. A Wall Street Journal editorial…Read More

Category: Current Affairs, Cycles, Data Analysis, Economy, Employment, Politics

Tune Out Politicians Still Obsessing Over Government Debt

Source: CBPP   Today’s chart comes from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. It shows how much debt projections have changed during the past four years. Continues here  

Category: Economy, Politics, Taxes and Policy

Alibaba: The _____ of China

All the Western companies you’d have to combine to get something like Alibaba:   click for larger graphic Source: Quartz   Alibaba filed for its IPO last night, and as you can see below, it is more than merely the “Amazon of China.” If you want to know why the dollars involved are so large, …Read More

Category: Digital Media, Economy, IPOs, Valuation, Web/Tech

No job, no house, no kids: Welcome to the millennials

Source: Merced Sun-Star   Continues here

Category: Economy, Employment, Wages & Income

Economic Indicators Dashboard

Updated: April 22, 2014 Source: Russell Investments

Category: Digital Media, Economy, Markets

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Think Tank

Which Poor Neighborhoods Experienced Income Growth in Recent Decades? Dionissi Aliprantis, Kyle Fee, and Nelson Oliver Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland 04.09.14     Why has average income grown in some poor neighborhoods over the past 30 years and not in others? We explore that question and find that low-income neighborhoods that…Read More

Category: Economy, Think Tank