In a time of great powers and empires, just one region of the world experienced extraordinary economic growth. How?
A growing earnings gap between those with a college education and those without is creating economic and cultural rifts throughout the country.
“People on the plant floor need to be much more skilled than they were in the past. There are no jobs for high school graduates at Siemens today.”
Brexit bill estimates focus on EU costs and liabilities the UK will have to buy its way out of. What about the EU’s assets? The UK will surely get a share of those.
Maybe, like physics in the 20th century, macroeconomics is about to have a heroic period.