By Bilal Hafeez 18-09-2019
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Top Picks: Fiscal Policy & Inequality

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21st January New findings that show austerity doesn’t negatively impact public opinion after all, and what’s needed to ensure the 2030 sustainable development goals are on track. Mad about Austerity? The Effect of Fiscal Consolidation on Public Opinion (Wiley, 18 page read) The effect of a tighter fiscal stance on public opinion is relatively small and closely follows the impact of austerity on economic activity. The findings do not concur with the view that austerity…

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