Worse than we thought — maybe much worse

Martin Wolf offers up this scary bit of data — it now appears that the loss of output during the current Lesser Depression may be longer lasting and cumulatively greater, in the U.K, than that which occurred in the Great Depression of 1930-33.

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Hazel Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University
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