The paradox of productivity

An improvement in productivity benefits the nation as a whole, but for the individual it means longer hours and more stress as short-term personal wellbeing is sacrificed for the greater good.

“The paradox of thrift” was coined by John Maynard Keynes to explain the idea that if one person saves instead of spending, that’s good, but if everyone does it, that’s bad.


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