Resurgent Keynesianism. IMF worry over insufficient aggregate demand, Sandbu

While the IMF wouldn’t be the IMF if it didn’t call for structural reforms, the theme that can be discerned across all the analysis is a worry over insufficient aggregate demand, which needs to be supported by all the policy tools in the toolbox

 — monetary stimulus, “growth-friendly” fiscal policy and even those structural reforms, which the fund wants applied selectively...

Martin Sandbu, FT Free Lunch 14 April 2016


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