Category Archives: Blog

  1. Book Launch – Exchange Rate Alignments – 21st November 2012

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    November 21, 2012 by johnmillsjml

      My first obligation, apart from welcoming you all, is to say thank you to at least four groups of …
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  2. Bulletin November 2012 – Far the most important reason why unemployment is so high is our grossly over-valued pound

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    November 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    There is no mystery about why unemployment in the UK – and in most of the western world – is …
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  3. Article for the Institute of Employment Rights

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    October 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    It is an extraordinary fact that one of the most potent economic policy levers is now barely ever mentioned. When …
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  4. Bulletin October 2012 – Is it possible to tell whether Sterling is over-valued?

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    October 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    There is a general consensus in the UK that the current sterling exchange rate, primarily against the dollar and the …
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  5. Bulletin September 2012 – Is it possible to get the Exchange Rate down?

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    September 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

      If the key to getting the UK economy to perform much better than it is at the moment is …
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  6. Is the Pound Overvalued? – and why it matters

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    August 22, 2012 by johnmillsjml

    There was a time not so very long ago – during the quarter of a century after World War II …
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  7. Bulletin August 2012 – Why an Overvalued Exchange Rate causes Inequality

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    August 15, 2012 by johnmillsjml

      A hugely conspicuous development in Britain over the years since the 1970s is the massive increase in equality that …
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