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Trump And The Political Economy Of Liquidity Traps

Escaping the liquidity trap means engineering a dramatic rise in expectations for future demand growth. It means a clear departure from past practice: a regime change. And whether the tool used to engineer the shift in expectations is monetary or fiscal, it cannot occur without strong political support.

Read Here – The Economist

Pakistan’s Debt Dynamic

An oft-overlooked aspect of Pakistan’s debt situation is the political economy. There is an inherent asymmetry between the ‘benefits’ derived from new debt undertaken, and the burden of its repayment. There are two facets worth considering. First, those segments who tend to ‘benefit’ from the debt contracted (the elite) are usually different from those who bear the incidence of the debt burden (the less affluent).

Read Here – Dawn

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