Getting Back to Growth

2021-06-15T16:05:04-04:00June 10, 2021|

By Lone Engbo Christiansen, Ashique Habib, Margaux MacDonald, and Davide Malacrino

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Producing and consuming more goods and services for the same amount of work sounds too good to be true. In fact, it’s entirely possible. Higher productivity is one of the key ingredients to higher economic growth and incomes. It’s all about how workers become more productive. […]

Emerging from the Great Lockdown in Asia and Europe

2020-05-27T19:37:24-04:00May 12, 2020|

By Changyong Rhee and Poul M. Thomsen

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Several countries in Asia and Europe, where the COVID-19 outbreak appears to have peaked, are gradually reopening their economies. Without a vaccine or effective treatment, policymakers will be balancing the benefits of resuming economic activity against the potential cost of another increase in infection rates. […]

The Digital Gamble: New Technology Transforms Fiscal Policy

2019-03-14T12:36:39-04:00April 12, 2018|

By Vitor Gaspar and Geneviève Verdier

April 12, 2018

Versions in عربي (Arabic),  中文 (Chinese),  Español (Spanish), 日本語 (Japanese), Português  (Portuguese), Русский (Russian)

Traffic in Singapore: the city uses digital technology for road pricing to manage road congestion congestion (photo: Kua Chee Siong/ SPH/Newscom)..

In Rwanda, digitally-monitored drones deliver blood supplies to hospitals. In Estonia, it takes five minutes to file taxes and 99 percent of government services are available online. […]

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