Archive for CPEG Notes

Spring 2017 Quarterly CPEG Notes

Click below to read the Spring 2017 edition of CPEG Notes, a series of quarterly analyses of current economic reality by the Chicago Political Economy Group. In this edition: Luis Diaz-Perez on the early days of the Trump Administration, Joe Persky summarizes the bleak domestic economic scene, Bruce Parry and Bill Barclay tackle the political crisis and party system fiasco represented by last year’s presidential election results, Ron Baiman explores how macro-economic stagnation and recovery play out in employment terms, and Dr. Parry’s second contribution looks at how computerization, automation and other technological trends limit global employment possibilities.

Summer 2015 Quarterly CPEG Notes

Click below to read CPEG Notes, a series of quarterly analyses of current economic reality by the Chicago Political Economy Group. In this edition: Prof. Joseph Persky gets things started with his take on the U.S.’ less-than-robust first quarter performance, Ron Baiman then delivers a sharp analysis of the worsening employment scene while making sense of the deteriorating employment/population ratio, Bill Barclay looks at how two Midwestern states have fared under contrasting economic policy regimes, Mel Rothenberg’s International Note examines the current challenges facing Greece and its Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, and finally CPEG explores the Chicago mayoral election.

First Edition of Quarterly CPEG Notes

Click below to read CPEG Notes, a new series of quarterly analyses of current economic reality by the Chicago Political Economy Group. This publication, which has evolved out of CPEG’s regular Commentary on the Monthly BLS report, is directed at scholars, students, activists, journalists, policymakers and all others interested in economic trends, theory and issues confronting the world economy.

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