How austerity caused ‘unprecedented’ standstill in UK productivity

Striving for headline ‘growth’ and ‘job creation’ under austerity has caused the stagnation of UK productivity that the ONS describes as ‘unprecedented in the post-war period’ for any country.

Chris Pissarides and the deficit

Why don’t all businesses try to eliminate their ‘deficit’, if it’s so important to the national economy?

Did public sector job cuts destroy fixed assets?

What happened to the tax department employee who knew how to verify fair transfer prices?