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Different perspectives are typically useful. Whether there is a sufficiently large pool of qualified women today is not obvious.

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First pass: Fight a distortion, don't create a second one.

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it very much depends on the degree to which the refugees eventually become integrated and productive. Not clear at this point.

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those reforms are the right ones and should be implemented. Based on past empirical evidence, they should work. But one can never be sure.

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Such a reform changes the nature of unemployment (shorter duration, higher flows) for the better. Net effect on the rate is ambiguous.

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Hard to see how monetary expansion, in whatever form, would do nothing for activity or inflation. Cannot think of strong perverse effects

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one may disagree with ``strongly''. but it would work in the right direction.

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This is a no brainer. The only qualification is that the diversified portfolio may not be exactly the market portfolio.

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The direct effect is nearly by construction. The indirect effects, on pay as you go, on fiscal balance, are well documented

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increase in retirement age, given increase in life expectancy and state of health, seems the least painful way to adjust.

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if italy's debt is sustainable at 130%, it is surely sustainable at 132.5% if the financial system is functioning better.

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this is the old moral hazard argument. i believe it is relevant, but of marginal importance empirically.

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This is a no brainer.

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no brainer for an economist, so long as redistribution implications taken care of.

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it depends on the demand elasticity. There are cases where it is greater than one, but cases where it is less. ``typically'' is too strong

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well known case of tax competition driving rates to zero. Zero rates are not optimal.

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I do not see the benefits which compensate the loss of full access to the EU market.

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Again, loss of full access to UK market is a minus, although small. Political implications re EU construction can go one way or the other

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