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  1. https://bankunderground.co.uk/2016/11/17/there-are-two-productivity-puzzles/ Apparently the "Big Brains" at the BoE - the Bank’s Structural Economic Analysis Division - are thinking about the productivity puzzles... The puzzles are: 1) Why did productivity not return after the big shock of the crisis passed 2) Why has productivity been growing so slowly recently Productivity isnt something I fully understand, in so far as the way its measured and what it ultimately represents (or is intended to represent). You might say its a puzzle to me completely. Anyo
  2. Rising inflation and stagnant productivity is likely to lead to a tough squeeze on pay plus employers need to make sure their workers are upskilled, which highlights the folly of buying in skills via employing migrants https://www.cipd.co.uk/about/media/press/080317-budget-response
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