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Reich: U.S. Minimum Wage Should Be Raised to $15 an Hour

Robert Reich Apr 9, 2014

United States Channel

The 'Paid-What-You're-Worth' Myth

Robert Reich Mar 17, 2014

United States Channel

A Round Of Upbeat News For Jobless Claims and Retail Sales

James Picerno Mar 13, 2014

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Slide to 3-Month Low

James Picerno Mar 6, 2014

United States Channel

U.S. Labor Market: What Is Going On?

Marc Chandler Mar 6, 2014

United States Channel

Great Graphics: Capital Gets Organized, But Not Labor

Marc Chandler Feb 25, 2014

UK Channel

Pay and Productivity: Both Due for a Raise in the UK

David Smith Feb 10, 2014

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Forget the Weak Payroll Numbers. January’s Employment Report Was Fundamentally Positive

Ed Dolan Feb 8, 2014

United States Channel

Jamie Dimon’s $10 Million Raise is a 'Common Sense' Fraud Reward

William K. Black Feb 3, 2014

UK Channel

UK Unemployment Tumbles—A Nice Kind of Headache for the Bank of England

David Smith Jan 22, 2014

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Fell Again Last Week

James Picerno Jan 16, 2014

United States Channel

Fear is Why Workers in Red States Vote Against Their Economic Self-Interest

Robert Reich Jan 16, 2014

United States Channel

The State of the American Middle Class: Are We Thriving or Sinking?

fabio2 Jan 15, 2014

Dan Alpert's Two Cents

2013 U.S. Jobs Report Card: After All Is Said and Done, More Was Said than Done

Daniel Alpert Jan 13, 2014

United States Channel

Is the Falling Rate of U.S. Personal Income Growth a New Risk Factor?

James Picerno Jan 13, 2014

United States Channel

The Lousy December Jobs Report and the Scourge of Inequality

Robert Reich Jan 13, 2014

United States Channel

Some Thoughts on the December Employment Situation

Menzie Chinn Jan 13, 2014

United States Channel

U.S. Private Payrolls Increased Far Less Than Expected in December

James Picerno Jan 10, 2014

United States Channel

U.S. Nonfarm Private Payrolls: December 2013 Preview

James Picerno Jan 9, 2014

United States Channel

U.S. Jobless Claims at Five-Week Low

James Picerno Jan 9, 2014

United States Channel

U.S. December Nonfarm Payrolls Forecast—Plus a Statistical Note

James Picerno Jan 7, 2014

Great Leap Forward

BOP A MOLE #2: JG WORKERS WILL DO NOTHING USEFUL, THE JG PROGRAM WILL NOT BE MANAGEABLE

L. Randall Wray Jan 7, 2014

United States Channel

US Kicks Off 2014 With a Pair of Upbeat Macro Numbers

James Picerno Jan 3, 2014

United States Channel

Is the Labor Force Participation Rate About to Fall Again?

David E. Altig Dec 30, 2013

United States Channel

US Sees Timely Decline in New Jobless Claims

James Picerno Dec 26, 2013

United States Channel

US Jobless Claims Up for Second Week

James Picerno Dec 19, 2013

United States Channel

US Economic Profile, Post-Taper

James Picerno Dec 19, 2013

UK Channel

UK Labor Market: Employment Hits Record Level as Unemployment Breaks Trend

David Smith Dec 19, 2013

Global Macro Channel

The Time Is Nigh: How Reforms Can Bring Back Productivity Growth in Emerging Markets

iMFdirect Dec 19, 2013

Europe Channel

'Typical Spanglish'

Jaime Pozuelo-Monfort Dec 19, 2013

United States Channel

Compensation, Productivity and Labor Share

Menzie Chinn Dec 10, 2013

United States Channel

Fed Watch: Strong and Sustainable, but...

Tim Duy Dec 9, 2013

United States Channel

Decline in Jobless Claims Accelerates

James Picerno Nov 21, 2013

United States Channel

Just a Reminder About the Condition of the Labor Market...

Mark Thoma Nov 20, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Fed Watch: About That Unemployment Threshold....

Mark Thoma Nov 20, 2013

United States Channel

What Walmart Could Learn From Henry Ford

Robert Reich Nov 18, 2013

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Headline Employment Numbers for October Look Surprisingly Good but Fail to Reflect Full Impact of Government Shutdown

Ed Dolan Nov 8, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Fed Watch: On Lowering the Unemployment Target

Tim Duy Nov 7, 2013

United States Channel

A Feasible Measure for Mitigating Income Inequality: Raise the Minimum Wage!

Menzie Chinn Nov 7, 2013

UK Channel

Bank of England's Interest Rate Calculations Weigh Productivity Against Unemployment

David Smith Oct 31, 2013

United States Channel

New Unemployment Claims Fall Again

James Picerno Oct 31, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Fiscal Impasse, Weak Jobs Data to Delay Tapering Until at Least March

Tim Duy Oct 23, 2013

United States Channel

US Labor Market Slowed in September

James Picerno Oct 23, 2013

United States Channel

US Economic Profile

James Picerno Oct 21, 2013

United States Channel

US Labor Market: A Small Sign of Progress in Jobless Claims

James Picerno Oct 17, 2013

United States Channel

US Economy: Are Supply-Side Concerns Now Coming to the Fore?

David Beckworth Oct 17, 2013

UK Channel

UK Labor Market: Employment Strong, Pay Quite Weak

David Smith Oct 16, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Why CEO Pay Will Keep Rising to Even More Insanely Unjustified Levels While Ordinary Workers Get Squeezed Read

Yves Smith Oct 14, 2013

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Surge on the Blowback From The Backlog

James Picerno Oct 10, 2013

UK Channel

PMI Data Suggest Strong Q3 Growth for UK

David Smith Oct 4, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Why No Taper? One Man's View

David E. Altig Oct 4, 2013

United States Channel

Another Attempt At Estimating September Payrolls

James Picerno Oct 4, 2013

United States Channel

What George Bailey Can Teach Us About QE

David Beckworth Oct 2, 2013

United States Channel

ADP: Private Payrolls Rose 166k in September

James Picerno Oct 2, 2013

Great Leap Forward

Yes, We Can Afford Prosperity! Guest Post

L. Randall Wray Sep 30, 2013

Europe Channel

Looking at Europe's Jobs Challenge: 'A Way Out Does Exist!'

Valerio De Molli Sep 24, 2013

United States Channel

Chicago Fed: US Economy Growing At 'Below-Trend' Rate Through August

James Picerno Sep 23, 2013

RGE Analysts

Fed's Tapering Decision Bears Out RGE's Out-of-Consensus Call

Janet Manley Sep 18, 2013

Europe Channel

European Best Performers in Times of Crisis

Valerio De Molli Sep 18, 2013

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

US Working-Age Poverty Remains Near Record High in 2012

Ed Dolan Sep 17, 2013

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Fall to Seven-Year Low

James Picerno Sep 12, 2013

UK Channel

Recovery Lifts the UK's Job Market

David Smith Sep 11, 2013

United States Channel

Observations on the U.S. Labor Market

Menzie Chinn Sep 10, 2013

United States Channel

Economic Bloggers See Modest Growth, Modest Risk Ahead for U.S.

Jeffrey Miller Sep 10, 2013

United States Channel

Let’s Reflect on the Course of the U.S. Economy: Not a Pretty Picture

fabio2 Sep 9, 2013

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

U.S. Unemployment Edges Down to 7.3 Percent, a New Low for Recovery

Ed Dolan Sep 6, 2013

United States Channel

U.S. Jobs Disappoint, Spurring Jitters About Tapering

Marc Chandler Sep 6, 2013

United States Channel

The US Posts Unexpectedly Weak Jobs Report For August, But Moderate Growth Trend Still Prevails

James Picerno Sep 6, 2013

United States Channel

U.S. Nonfarm Private Payrolls: August 2013 Preview

James Picerno Sep 5, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Fed Watch: The Countdown to September 18

Tim Duy Sep 3, 2013

United States Channel

The Geography of Success

Menzie Chinn Aug 26, 2013

United States Channel

Trimmings for Labor Day

Robert Reich Aug 26, 2013

United States Channel

Irrational Funding Exuberance: Why the 'Brain Initiative' Is Not the Next Human Genome Project

Greg Caramenico Aug 23, 2013

United States Channel

The Rise of Bullshit Jobs

Yves Smith Aug 22, 2013

Asia Channel

The Urbanization Fallacy

Michael Pettis Aug 21, 2013

United States Channel

Dispatch From Milwaukee: So Much for Shrinking All Government

Menzie Chinn Aug 20, 2013

United States Channel

Chicago Fed: Economic Growth Remains Below Average In July

James Picerno Aug 20, 2013

United States Channel

Take Aways from US Data Dump

Marc Chandler Aug 15, 2013

United States Channel

Symposium: The Top 1 Percent

Mark Thoma Aug 8, 2013

Dan Alpert's Two Cents

Alpert on The Daily Ticker: Low-Wage Jobs an All-Consuming Issue in U.S.

Sarunas Merkliopas Aug 5, 2013

Europe Channel

The EU Labor Market Casts a Shadow

Sarunas Merkliopas Jul 26, 2013

Great Leap Forward

Vacations American Style: Zero. Zip. Nada.

L. Randall Wray Jul 6, 2013

Great Leap Forward

ARE MORE JOBS THE ANSWER? The “BIG” Bait and Switch

L. Randall Wray Jun 25, 2013

The Wilder View

Unhealthy developments across the euro area labour market

Rebecca Wilder Jun 10, 2013

United States Channel

The Shrinking U.S. Labor Force and Fed Policy

Robert Kahn May 8, 2013

United States Channel

Great Graphic: US Jobs Market in One Picture

Marc Chandler May 7, 2013

Asia Channel

The Lethal Lemons on the Road to Bangladesh

William K. Black Apr 30, 2013

United States Channel

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week, Close To A 5-Year Low

James Picerno Apr 25, 2013

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Are Stuck In Neutral... For Now

James Picerno Apr 18, 2013

Thoughts From Across the Atlantic

The Overdue U.S. Immigration Reform

Thomas Grennes & Andris Strazds Apr 9, 2013

United States Channel

The Stealth Sequester

Robert Reich Apr 9, 2013

Great Leap Forward

Hyman Minsky's New Book on Ending Poverty: Jobs, Not Welfare

L. Randall Wray Apr 8, 2013

United States Channel

Pause Coming?

Tim Duy Apr 4, 2013

United States Channel

Jobless Claims Take Another Turn For The Worse

James Picerno Apr 4, 2013

United States Channel

Wisconsin, and Her Neighbors: Philadelphia Fed Coincident Indices

Menzie Chinn Apr 3, 2013

United States Channel

What Immigration Reform Could Mean for American Workers, and Why the AFL-CIO Is Embracing It

Robert Reich Apr 2, 2013

United States Channel

Chicago Fed: Economic Activity 'Improved' In February

James Picerno Mar 26, 2013

Geostrategy Channel

Trade: The World Is Not Flat Yet

Otaviano Canuto Mar 25, 2013

Thoughts From Across the Atlantic

Will the Boom in U.S. Energy Production Bring Back Manufacturing Jobs?

Thomas Grennes & Andris Strazds Mar 14, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Great Graphic: Unemployment Rate without Government Drag

Marc Chandler Mar 11, 2013

United States Channel

US Nonfarm Private Payrolls: Feb 2013 Preview

James Picerno Mar 7, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

The Market In a Minute

Oliver Pursche Feb 25, 2013

Europe Channel

UK Employment Up by a Further 154,000, Bank Split on Policy

David Smith Feb 21, 2013

United States Channel

Minimum Wage and Unemployment

James Hamilton Feb 21, 2013

Latin America Channel

Brazilian Competitiveness: Folia and Hangover

Otaviano Canuto Feb 12, 2013

United States Channel

One Graph That Says Much About America's Future: Growth in Jobs vs. Food Stamp Use

Fabius Maximus Feb 6, 2013

Europe Channel

Periphery Macroeconomics and Paul Krugman: Correct Diagnosis but his Policy Recommendation Does Not Go Far Enough

Richard Wood Feb 6, 2013

Global Macro Channel

Interesting Anecdote

Tim Duy Feb 1, 2013

Emerging Markets Channel

GCC: How to Create Jobs for Nationals?

Alessandro Magnoli Bocchi Jan 31, 2013

United States Channel

Industrial Production Increased Moderately In December

James Picerno Jan 16, 2013

RGE Analysts

Why Did Brazil Underperform its Peers in 2012? Policy.

Juan Lorenzo Maldonado Jan 15, 2013

RGE Analysts

Do New Laws and Budgets Automatically Supercede Old Laws and Debt Ceilings? A Legal Q&A

David Nowakowski Jan 15, 2013

Asia Channel

Recognizing the Need for Economic Adjustment

Michael Pettis Jan 14, 2013

United States Channel

Employment Report Nothing If Not Consistent

Tim Duy Jan 4, 2013

United States Channel

QE3 and beyond

James Hamilton Jan 3, 2013

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

The Not-So-Simple Economics of Right-to-Work Laws

Ed Dolan Jan 3, 2013

Finance & Markets Channel

Will Regulators Damn Keystone XL?

James Stafford Dec 11, 2012

Finance & Markets Channel

Where Rubber Hits the Road: Reforming Public-Sector Management

Otaviano Canuto Dec 10, 2012

United States Channel

Low Wage Sectors Drive Employment Growth

Barry Ritholtz Dec 8, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

US Unemployment Drops to 7.7 Percent, Lowest Since January 2009; Payroll Jobs Continue Steady Rise

Ed Dolan Dec 7, 2012

United States Channel

November Job Growth Slows ... Because Of Hurricane Sandy?

James Picerno Dec 5, 2012

United States Channel

A Long, Strange Season For Macro Analysis

James Picerno Dec 4, 2012

United States Channel

Organizing McDonalds and Walmart, and Why Austerity Economics Hurts Low-Wage Workers the Most

Robert Reich Dec 3, 2012

Great Leap Forward

The UK's Future Jobs Fund Is Vindicated, provides some hope for a new Job Guarantee Program

L. Randall Wray Nov 29, 2012

United States Channel

What's Up with Wisconsin Employment?

Menzie Chinn Nov 27, 2012

Global Macro Channel

More Noise Than Signal?

Jeffrey Miller Nov 27, 2012

United States Channel

Chicago Fed: Slower Economic Activity In October

James Picerno Nov 26, 2012

Asia Channel

The East Asian Miracle 2.0

Otaviano Canuto Nov 26, 2012

Thoughts From Across the Atlantic

The U.S. Is Sliding Down an Investment Slope

Thomas Grennes & Andris Strazds Nov 26, 2012

Finance & Markets Channel

Web 2.0 Is Everywhere, Except in the Productivity Statistics

Steven Strauss Nov 19, 2012

Geostrategy Channel

It's Jobs, Stupid!

Otaviano Canuto Nov 15, 2012

Global Macro Channel

The Upturn Manifesto: Plan B for Term 2 for America

Gopalan Ramachandran Nov 13, 2012

United States Channel

Will MSNBC Continue to Shill for the Great Betrayal?

William K. Black Nov 13, 2012

Geostrategy Channel

Revolutionary Services

Otaviano Canuto Nov 8, 2012

United States Channel

New Filings For Jobless Benefits Continue To Decline

James Picerno Nov 8, 2012

United States Channel

Q4:2012 U.S. GDP Nowcast Update

James Picerno Nov 5, 2012

RGE Analysts

The Romney Recovery of 2003-06

Michael Manetta Nov 2, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

October Data Show Stronger Labor Market as Workers Return and Part-Time Work Falls

Ed Dolan Nov 2, 2012

Great Leap Forward

TROLL FRIDAY: RADICAL ROMNEY’S ECONOMIC PLAN

L. Randall Wray Nov 2, 2012

United States Channel

About the October Jobs Report – A Few New Jobs, Bought at Great Cost

Fabius Maximus Nov 2, 2012

United States Channel

Why the Unemployment Report Should Be Taken With A Grain of Salt

Robert Reich Nov 2, 2012

United States Channel

The Employment and GDP Relationship

Menzie Chinn Nov 1, 2012

Asia Channel

When the Growth Model Changes, Abandon the Correlations

Michael Pettis Oct 30, 2012

United States Channel

On Coordinated Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Tim Duy Oct 30, 2012

United States Channel

Still The Scariest Data

Tim Duy Oct 26, 2012

United States Channel

Chicago Fed: September Economic Conditions Improve Slightly

James Picerno Oct 26, 2012

United States Channel

The Myth that Growing Consumption Inequality is a Myth

Mark Thoma Oct 25, 2012

United States Channel

Incentive Effects of Higher Wages

James Kwak Oct 24, 2012

United States Channel

Inflation and Unemployment

Mark Thoma Oct 23, 2012

Asia Channel

The East Grows Only Because the West Consumes...It's a Hypothesis

Danny Quah Oct 22, 2012

Europe Channel

With a Fair Wind, A Lasting Recovery Starts Here

David Smith Oct 22, 2012

United States Channel

Buyer's Remorse?

Tim Duy Oct 18, 2012

Europe Channel

Strong UK Labor Market Data

David Smith Oct 17, 2012

United States Channel

Did Bill Clinton Erase 600K Jobs and Create America’s ‘NILF’ Island?

Matt Lewis Oct 16, 2012

United States Channel

Industrial Production Rebounds In September

James Picerno Oct 16, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Why Taxes Should Pay for Health Care

James Kwak Oct 15, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Will Q3 Earnings Disappoint?

Jeffrey Miller Oct 15, 2012

United States Channel

The (Maybe Not So) Simple Arithmetic of Unemployment and Labor Force Participation

David E. Altig Oct 12, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Jobs as a Gateway to Prosperity

Otaviano Canuto Oct 11, 2012

United States Channel

Divergent Jobs Reports: Will the Real State of the Labor Market Please Stand Up?

David E. Altig Oct 11, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Great Graphic: International Joblessness

Marc Chandler Oct 10, 2012

United States Channel

Jack Welch, Employment Data, And The Big Picture

James Picerno Oct 10, 2012

United States Channel

Why The Real Unemployment Rate Is 16.9%

Lance Roberts Oct 9, 2012

Latin America Channel

Mexico: Positive Outlook for Labor Reform After Passing the Lower House

Alejandro Schtulmann & Sergio Broholm Oct 9, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

September Jobs Report is the Strongest in Months; Unemployment Falls to 7.8 Percent

Ed Dolan Oct 5, 2012

United States Channel

September Employment Report Preview

Jeffrey Miller Oct 5, 2012

United States Channel

*Sigh* Its NonFarm Payrolls Day

Barry Ritholtz Oct 5, 2012

United States Channel

A Slight Jump For Jobless Claims Last Week

James Picerno Oct 4, 2012

United States Channel

Ugly Truths About Income Inequality in America, Which No Politician Dares to Say

Fabius Maximus Oct 2, 2012

The Wilder View

Unemployment Rates Across the Euro Area - Tough Times in Key Markets

Rebecca Wilder Oct 1, 2012

Geostrategy Channel

Market Drivers in the Week Ahead

Marc Chandler Oct 1, 2012

Global Macro Channel

The Debate About Jobs

Jeffrey Miller Oct 1, 2012

United States Channel

The Week Ahead: Wednesday’s Presidential Debate and Friday’s Jobs Report

Robert Reich Oct 1, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Ten Observations as the Week Winds Down

Marc Chandler Sep 28, 2012

United States Channel

Benchmark Revisions and Nonfarm Payroll Employment since January 2009

Menzie Chinn Sep 28, 2012

United States Channel

How Long Can These Markets Run on QE ?

Barry Ritholtz Sep 28, 2012

Global Macro Channel

What You’re Not Being Told About the World Economy, but Should Know!

Fabius Maximus Sep 28, 2012

United States Channel

How Clearly Do We See the Rising Inequality in America? How Do We Feel About It?

Fabius Maximus Sep 27, 2012

United States Channel

Contradiction Du Jour: Durable Goods Orders vs. Jobless Claims

James Picerno Sep 27, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Is This a Lost Decade for Growth?

Alessandro Magnoli Bocchi Sep 25, 2012

United States Channel

Time for a Rebound in Confidence?

Jeffrey Miller Sep 24, 2012

Global Macro Channel

Not All That Glitters Is Gold: GDP Per Capita as Yardstick for Living Standards

Otaviano Canuto Sep 19, 2012

United States Channel

U.S. Economic Trend Update

James Picerno Sep 18, 2012

United States Channel

It's The Government's Shrinking Payrolls, Stupid

James Picerno Sep 11, 2012

United States Channel

The Most Important Political News This Week

Robert Reich Sep 5, 2012

Europe Channel

UK Coalition Unveils its Autumnal Range

David Smith Sep 4, 2012

United States Channel

Are You Better Off Than You Were at the End of the Bush Administration? A Data-Based Assessment

Menzie Chinn Sep 4, 2012

United States Channel

Labor Day 2012 and the Election of 2012: It's the Inequality, Stupid

Robert Reich Aug 30, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Fourteen Minutes a Day: What the Great Recession has Done to the Way We Spend our Time

Ed Dolan Jun 25, 2012

Thoughts From Across the Atlantic

Regaining Competitiveness While Maintaining a Currency Peg – the Case of Latvia

Andris Strazds & Thomas Grennes Jun 24, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

February Jobs Market Report Shows Across the Board Strength

Ed Dolan Mar 9, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Latest Economic Data Begin to Shift the Counterfactual in Favor of Democrats

Ed Dolan Feb 6, 2012

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Understanding the New View of Poverty (2): What Helps and What Hurts

Ed Dolan Nov 14, 2011

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog

Understanding the New View of Poverty (1): The Erosion of Stereotypes

Ed Dolan Nov 8, 2011

United States Channel

Chanos and Gross vs. Paulson and Bloomberg

Edward Harrison Oct 18, 2011

The Kapali Carsi

Sour Blackberries and Apples

Emre Deliveli Oct 17, 2011

Europe Channel

UK: Building a Jobs Recovery From Bricks and Mortar

David Smith Oct 16, 2011

Europe Channel

UK Unemployment up to 2.57m

David Smith Oct 12, 2011

United States Channel

Straight Out of Antiquity

James Kwak Oct 10, 2011

United States Channel

Private Sector Jobs Rose 137,000 Last Month… Whew!

James Picerno Oct 7, 2011

Daily Digest

Blogs

Hungary: how low can growth go?

Financial Times  Kester Eddy Oct 18, 2011

Analysis

Bulgaria: Currency board special

Raiffeisen Research  Martin Stelzeneder Oct 18, 2011

Blogs

Economists React: China GDP Growth Slows

WSJ - China Real Time  Aaron Back Oct 18, 2011

Analysis

Turkey: Strong job creation in July

Erste Bank (free subscription required)  Oct 15, 2011

Analysis

Croatia Weekly- October 17, 2011

Raiffeisen Research  Oct 17, 2011

News

South Africa: Employment up 2,5% in September

Business Day  Oct 17, 2011

Blogs

Serbia’s Population Shrinks

Wall Street Journal  Goran Mijuk Oct 17, 2011

Analysis

World Cup hold-up or world mess duress?

ANZ Bank  Steve Edwards and Sharon Zöllner Oct 13, 2011

Analysis

Aust. Sept. Labour Force: a statistical bounce

Westpac Group  Oct 13, 2011

Analysis

Labour Force – September 2011

Commonwealth Bank  Oct 13, 2011

News

Labour Force, Australia, Sep 2011

Australian Bureau of Statistics  Oct 13, 2011

Analysis

Wage Dynamics in Denmark

Danmarks Nationalbank  Peter Ejler Storgaard Oct 12, 2011

Blogs

UK unemployment at 17-year high: Full reaction

The Guardian  Oct 12, 2011

Analysis

Labour market statistics October 2011

ONS  Oct 12, 2011

News

UK unemployment highest in 17 years

Financial Times  Brian Groom Oct 12, 2011

News

UAE: Unemployment poses big challenge

Khaleej Times  Nissar Hoath Oct 12, 2011

News

Nigeria: New Wage: 16 States Risk Bankruptcy, Says Report

This Day (Nigeria)  Chuks Okocha Oct 11, 2011

News

Romania Sept jobless rises slightly to 4.9 pct

Reuters  Ioana Patran Oct 11, 2011

Analysis

Unity is Strength: The Workers’ Movement in China 2009-2011

China Labour Bulletin  Oct 11, 2011

Blogs

South Africa: stitching a deal on wages

Financial Times  Andrew England Oct 10, 2011

Analysis

Czech Republic Shortnote - Sep ‘ 11 data no reason for worry for CNB

Erste Bank (free registration required)  Martin Lobotka Oct 10, 2011

Analysis

Job advertisements fall further in September

ANZ Banking Group: Job advertisements series  Oct 10, 2011

Analysis

Economic Update Italy-Back in recession

Rabobank  Tim Legierse Oct 04, 2011

Analysis

Economic Update Belgium-Dark clouds reach Belgium

Rabobank  Michiel Verduijn Oct 04, 2011

Analysis

Economic Update Germany-Are we waiting for Godot?

Rabobank  Shahin Kamalodin Oct 04, 2011

Analysis

Canadian Employment up in September

TD Bank Economics  Jacques Marcil Oct 07, 2011

Analysis

Canadian Employment: Back to School

CIBC  Avery Shenfeld Oct 07, 2011

Analysis

Canadian Employment: Saved by the Bell

BMO  Oct 07, 2011

Analysis

Made in America, Again: Why Manufacturing Will Return to the U.S.

Boston Consulting Group  Oct 07, 2011

Analysis

Canada: Labour Force Survey September 2011

Statistics Canada  Oct 07, 2011

News

Inflation outpaces income growth

New Zealand Herald  Brian Fallow Oct 07, 2011

Analysis

Slovakia: Reforms progressing, economy slowing down

Unicredit  Sep 30, 2011

Analysis

Lithuania: Switching to internally driven growth

Unicredit  Sep 30, 2011

Analysis

New Zealand Income Survey: June 2011 quarter

Statistics New Zealand  Geoff Bascand Oct 06, 2011

Analysis

Markit/CIPS UK Services PMI (September 2011)

Markit Economics  Oct 05, 2011

Analysis

Markit Eurozone Services PMI – final data (September 2011)

Markit Economics  Chris Williamson and Rob Dobson Oct 05, 2011

Analysis

Can contagion from Greece to Italy be prevented?

Natixis Bank  Patrick Artus Oct 04, 2011

Analysis

Bank of Italy Economic Bulletin: July 2011

Bank of Italy  July 01, 2011

News

Spanish Jobless Claims Soar

The Wall Street Journal  David Roman Oct 04, 2011

Analysis

Inflation Concerns Easing in EZ, Switzerland, UK, Hungary and Czech Republic

Roubini Global Economics  Jelena Vukotic, Katharina Jungen, Parul Walia and Sehaj Malik Aug 12, 2011

Analysis

Rebalancing across southern peripheral countries – The challenge ahead

Unicredit Bank  Tullia Bucco Oct 03, 2011

Opinions

To Cure the Economy

Project Syndicate  Joseph E. Stiglitz Oct 03, 2011

News

South Africa: Massive strike on Tuesday

iafrica  Oct 03, 2011

Analysis

Statistical Yearbook of Abu Dhabi 2011

Abu Dhabi Statistics Center  September 2011

News

Colombia's jobless rates shrink in August

Colombia Reports  Reuters and Nelson Bocanegra Sep 30, 2011

News

GCC job market records strong recovery: study

Khaleej Times  Isaac John Oct 01, 2011

Analysis

Prospects for BSI for October mixed amid uncertain economy

Federation of Korean Industries  Sep 30, 2011

Analysis

South Korea: The Industrial Activities in August 2011

Statistics Korea  Sep 29, 2011

Analysis

Special Report Hungary: Further ‘unorthodox’ measures from government

Erste Bank (free registration required)  Zoltan Arokszallasi Sep 30, 2011

Analysis

CEE Quarterly: 4Q 2011

Unicredit  Sep 30, 2011

Analysis

France Outlook Update: Weak Consumption Threatens Recovery

Roubini Global Economics  Mark Willis Sep 14, 2011

News

Zambia's new President Sata sets new mining rules for China

Christian Science Monitor  Alexander Mutale Sep 28, 2011

News

Factors Show ‘Gradual’ Romanian Rate Cut, Central Bank Says

Bloomberg  Irina Savu Sep 29, 2011

News

German Unemployment Declines for 27th Month

Bloomberg  Christian Vits and Patrick Donahue Sep 29, 2011

Analysis

Germany: Unemployment decreased in September (at 6.9%)

BNP Paribas  Catherine Stephan Sep 29, 2011

Blogs

South Africa: Opposition Makes Unemployment a Political Issue

Council on Foreign Relations  John Campbell Sep 28, 2011

Analysis

Restoring full employment: The French strategy and the German strategy

Natixis Bank  Patrick Artus Sep 28, 2011

News

Unskilled people set up for a lifetime of little work

New Zealand Institute Of Economic Research  Jean-Pierre de Raad Sep 28, 2011

Analysis

Hungary: The forecast of GKI Economic Research Co. for 2011-2012

GKI Economic Research  Sep 28, 2011

Analysis

Romania Long Term Outlook: In Search of New Growth Drivers

Erste Bank (free registration required)  Sep 28, 2011

News

Real Wages on Decline in China

Caijing  Sep 28, 2011

Analysis

Bleak Outlook for Western Europe's Labor Market

Roubini Global Economics  Katharina Jungen, Mikko Forss, Parul Walia, Mark Willis, Sehaj Malik and Filipe Albuquerque Sep 09, 2011

Analysis

Italy Outlook Update: Double-Dip Recession Risk

Roubini Global Economics  Mark Willis Sep 19, 2011

News

Colombia creates the most jobs in Latin America: Santos

Colombia Reports  Toni Peters Sep 27, 2011

Analysis

National Employment Indicator: July 2011

Statistics New Zealand  Geoff Bascand Sep 27, 2011

News

UAE mulls wage subsidies to bolster Emirati jobs

Arabian Business  Joanne Bladd Sep 27, 2011

News

Egypt Strikes End, But Strife Doesn't

Wall Street Journal  Matt Bradley Sep 27, 2011

Analysis

The Tax Reform Challenge

Grattan Institute  Saul Eslake Sep 27, 2011

Analysis

The Resources Boom, Structural Change and 'Closing the Gap'

Grattan Institute  Saul Eslake Sep 27, 2011

Analysis

Quarterly Bulletin - September 2011

Swiss National Bank  Sep 23, 2011

News

MENA: More jobs is region's top priority, World Bank says

The National  Tom Arnold Sep 23, 2011

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