The strange consequences of the credit crunch
The economic crisis is having some strange consequences: According to the Daily Mail it’s making us more likely to take time off sick. But the Guardian claims it is making us more likely to take afternoon tea, while the Times says it is boosting the sale of turnips.
Or perhaps it is just stimulating the imagination of PR agencies as they grab a new cliché. Do tell us of other unlikely results of the credit crunch hard to predict from an economic base/superstructure model.