US President Donald Trump listens during a G7 meeting on June 9 in Quebec. Trump’s contentious relationship with other world leaders was on display during the G7, raising additional doubts about whether the global community could come together again the way it did after the 2008 financial crisis to halt recession. Photo: Bloomberg
David Brown
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Brown

Enough of car crash economics: global ‘recovery’ has failed too many people

David Brown says neoliberal policies have corrupted the promise of shared well-being, and a new international consensus is necessary to ensure fair housing, education and tax policies, as well as increased international growth

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US President Donald Trump listens during a G7 meeting on June 9 in Quebec. Trump’s contentious relationship with other world leaders was on display during the G7, raising additional doubts about whether the global community could come together again the way it did after the 2008 financial crisis to halt recession. Photo: Bloomberg
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