This blog is mainly about the future and history of work, macroeconomics, and the U.S. economy. I try to come up with fresh ideas and to be balanced, fair, and polite. I also provide consulting services in my areas of expertise. Eagles and bears are among my favorite animals. That’s why I call this blog “the eagle and bear economist”. Needless to say that my blog articles represent my own opinion.
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Recent blogs posts
The Future of Work and Cities: Will More People Live in Cities than Today? – A Fictitious Look Back from the Year 2035
2020 and 2021 marked a turning point worldwide: the corona pandemic had left a lasting mark on people at the time, severely restricting the possibilities for physical exchange for a time and thus leading to a digitalization push in many areas.
In July of this year, the European Central Bank published the results of its monetary policy strategy review.
I expect that the Japanese economy will grow only moderately in 2021.
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