Germany, U.S., Spain: Unemployment and Immigration || By Steve Sailer


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Economist Scott Sumner offers some learned macroeconomic theorizing on 

Germany’s mysterious recovery 

Scott Sumner 

In the past 10 years Germany as gone from being the “sick man of Europe” to the star of the eurozone. This partly reflects the strong job creation that preceded the recession, perhaps due to the labor market reforms of 2003.

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