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Keynesian Euphoria to Budgetary Restraint

It’s been over 5 years since the heights of the financial crises, and yet the global economy still appears to be in a persisting slump. Albeit of the nascent pick up in economic activity amongst the largest economies, mainly China, US and Europe, unemployment in most parts of the developed world remains high, coupled with meagre growth rates. Observing the policy response to the slow recovery only offers reasons to lament.

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