tisdag, april 20, 2010

Kris efter fyra år utan jobbpolitik

"Vi gick ju till val på den här frågan om jobben och jag vet att vi kommer att bli bedömda på den 2010", sade arbetsmarknadsminister Sven Otto Littorin i Ekot, december 2006. Här måste man för ovanlighetens skulle ge Littorin rätt.

Jag har skrivit på SVT Debatt om krisen efter fyra år utan jobbpolitik.

Ska också vara med i programmet klockan 20.30 ikväll.

5 kommentarer:

Anonym sa...

vem kommer du debattera emot? han/hon kommer att ha det lätt, du har skrivit och tjatat om att produktivitetsökning inom offentlig sektor inte är möjlig i mer än decenium.

ska du dra assar L-argumentet också?

Simsalablunder sa...

Flytta skåpet från dörröppningen.
Och glöm inte att skippa eh:na :-)

Lycka till!

Oleg sa...

Den fullstendig verdiløse siviløkonom Ali Esbati vil aldri kunne skape en eneste arbeidsplass .

Den late lømmel vil aldri bli en ivrig Bever .

Gazz-Putins dager talte , hva med hans marionette Ali Esbati ?

European shale-derived natural gas could become a reality far sooner, and in far larger quantities, than markets expect.

It's still not clear how much shale gas Poland could have, but Russia has to be worried. While it is known that Europe doesn't have the massive shale deposits of the U.S., it could still have enough to substantially reduce its reliance on Russian gas.

http://www.oilprice.com/article-is-the-shale-gas-revolution-coming-to-europe-should-russia-be-concerned.html

Russia 's energy giant Gazprom has a five-year plan to take 10% of the U.S. natural gas market share, but U.S. shale gas exploration has put a damper on that goal.

"The influence of shale gas raises the prospect of change on gas markets," Russian Natural Resources Minister Yuri Trutnev told Reuters. "We have a problem with shale gas. This is not only my position, but the position of Gazprom as well."

One plausible incentive is found in the Russian-European gas business, which for Putin is a top priority. The Nord Stream pipeline across the Baltic Sea, against which Warsaw strongly objected, has just started construction, and Putin visiting Murmansk last weekend confirmed that the delayed off-shore Shtokman project would move ahead in 2011 and will feed this pipeline (Vzglyad, April 17). What puts this plan in doubt is the prospect of the fast development of vast reserves of shale gas in Poland (Kommersant, April 6). A new energy bargain has to be reached and negotiations definitely cannot be conducted from the familiar position of strength.

There is probably more than just gas revenues involved in Putin’s surprising flexibility, and despite the servile flattery of ministers and sycophants he has likely noticed the gathering campaign for his resignation (The Moscow Times, April 14; www.grani.ru, April 16). This is still a minority view as some 40 percent of Russians expect him to become president in 2012, while around the same number believe that Medvedev will keep the job (Kommersant, April 16). Putin feels the shifting sands under his pyramid of power and tries to reassert the message that nobody else is fit to occupy the position at the top. This non-negotiable irreplaceability determines a very short limit in Russian-Polish reconciliation, because the Poles equate authoritarianism with totalitarianism.

http://www.jamestown.org/single/?no_cache=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=36283&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=7&cHash=3da0798085

Jacob sa...

Varför finns inte ditt avsnitt av debatt på svtplay?

Anonym sa...

En mycket bra insats från din sida! Tyvärr fick Maud O inledningsvis alldeles för stort utrymme och tyvärr är Belinda benägen att avbryta varje gång någon försöker formulera ett vänsterperspektiv, men du gjorde en mycket bra insats! Snyggt!
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