March 09, 2013 at 09:28 AM EST
After 20 Years, Sweden’s Labor Market Still Hasn’t Recovered
By many accounts, Sweden did a great job managing its financial and fiscal crises in the early 1990s. But more than 20 years onward, its unemployment rate is still higher than before the crisis, as noted in a recent commentary by the Cleveland Fed’s O. Emre Ergungor (ht: Torsten Slok): And its labor force participation [...] View the full post at: After 20 Years, Sweden’s Labor Market Still Hasn’t Recovered Related posts: Sweden as a Useful Model of Successful Financial Crisis Resolution Is the Worst of the Labor Market’s Contraction Behind Us? The Vanishing Private Sector Job Market
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