"Must hold a Ph.D or similar research background in applied economics."Why? What's so good about a PhD? They're ignorant experts. Get a well-read scholar. "Should possess a theoretical knowledge and experience based on Keynesian economic approaches."Jesus wept Nat. Keynes is about as useful to the current economic mess as second-hand spagetti is for scaffolding. "Should be familiar with the works of current renowned progressive economists."Like who? The very last thing that is needed is a 'progressive economist'. What we need is someone who is capable of understanding simple arithmethic and exponential functions and the lousy consequences of these.I would be an ideal candidate. Been studying econ for 7 years! I would not even need to be paid a salary (just a few of those allowances would do nicely, you understand!).Pity that being a scientist (who does understand physical limits and exponentials) rules me out. ps: Why so little interest in this site? What is the objective of posting to oneselves? Very curious? Get rid of those useless security passwords. Get some un-progressive contributors who can tear the current econ theories to shreds.
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