Lost Legislatures

legislatures Despite weak economic growth throughout the developed world, the only institutions trying to fix things are central banks. And while they can do a great deal, they cannot permanently boost economic growth via increased infrastructure spending or by passing tax, labor, education or immigration reforms. That is a job for legislatures and they are all painfully MIA. Worse, the more interventionist the central banks become, the lazier legislators get.

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