I'm sorry, but macro economics just ain't a respectable discipline.
Read this long piece from the highly regarded Chris Dillow - manifestly a very smart guy** and admirably balanced in his pronouncements - and tell me any politician has a hope in Hell of figuring out from it what to do next, by way of some kind of logical conclusion. One the one hand. On the other. Maybe. But, but, but. Maybe not.
Nope, there's no chance that intelligent people can be expected to agree on how to interpret a given set of facts by the lights of macro economics.
The human condition. Outside of the hard sciences, smart people see no reason to agree on very much at all. And then they wonder why people like Corbyn and Johnson get to the top.
**OK, he says he's a marxist, I know.