April 05, 2013 at 17:09 PM EDT
Comparing Unemployment During the Great Depression and the Great Recession
Barry Eichengreen’s and Tim Hatton’s January 1988 paper entitled “Interwar Unemployment in International Perspective” is a useful starting point for any effort to compare unemployment during the Great Depression and the Great Recession. It is useful to begin by recognizing three related cautions that the authors make in that paper. First, the modern sense of [...] View the full post at: Comparing Unemployment During the Great Depression and the Great Recession Related posts: The Great Man-Cession of 2008-2009 Continues The Current Downturn Bears no Resemblance to the Great Depression Unemployment Rates Increase in 49 States
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