With monetary policy running out of ideas about how to revive nominal GDP, the debate is moving decisively towards fiscal activism. This retraces a long ‘supercycle’ in macro policy that started in the 1920s. Fiscal ‘solutions’ seem inevitable after the next recession. The only question is how far they will dilute central-bank independence.
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