Pantheon Macroeconomics - The shortfall in nominal wage growth, relative to measures of labor market tightness, remains the single biggest mystery of this business cycle.

U.S. Documents | 18 December 2017 Has Plunging Healthcare Inflation Held Down Nominal Wage Gains?
The shortfall in nominal wage growth, relative to measures of labor market tightness, remains the single biggest mystery of this business cycle.

Sorry, but our website is best viewed on a device with a screen width greater than 320px. You can contact us at: info@pantheonmacro.com.

18 December 2017 Has Plunging Healthcare Inflation Held Down Nominal Wage Gains?

By Ian Shepherdson

The shortfall in nominal wage growth, relative to measures of labor market tightness, remains the single biggest mystery of this business cycle.

Posted: 17th Dec 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

This document is only available to subscribers of our U.S. Economic Research.

Request a complimentary trial or login here

Are you taking full advantage of our daily publications?

Pantheon Macroeconomics produce daily publications for U.S., Eurozone, Latin America, UK and Asia, as well as analysis on key data within a few minutes of their release. To activate a complimentary trial on any of these areas, please click here.

U.S. Economic ResearchEurozone Economic ResearchLatin America Economic ResearchUK Economic ResearchAsia Economic Research

« Go back to publications list, or Click here to register for a complimentary trial
Consistently Right

Access Key Enabled Navigation

Keywords for: U.S. Documents | 18 December 2017 Has Plunging Healthcare Inflation Held Down Nominal Wage Gains?

wage growth, labor market, obamacare, healthcare inflation, unemployment, business cycle, nfib, china, wto, nafta, gdp, pce healthcare, aca, healthcare services, eci, nominal wages, real wages, fomc, fed, pantheon macroeconomics, pantheon, macroeconomic, macroeconomics, independent advice, independent analysis, independent macroeconomic researcj, independent, analysis, research, economic intelligence, economy, economic, economics, economists, Dr. Ian Shepherdson, Ian Shepherdson, financial market, financial, market, finance, macro, macro research, independent macro research