A Long, Uneven and Uncertain Ascent

2020-11-16T10:48:03-05:00October 13, 2020|

By Gita Gopinath

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread with over 1 million lives tragically lost so far. Living with the novel coronavirus has been a challenge like no other, but the world is adapting. As a result of eased lockdowns and the rapid deployment of policy support at an unprecedented scale by central banks and governments around the world, the global economy is coming back from the depths of its collapse in the first half of this year. Employment has partially rebounded after having plummeted during […]

The Current Economic Sweet Spot Is Not the “New Normal”

2019-03-14T15:55:30-04:00January 22, 2018|

By Maurice Obstfeld

January 22, 2018

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Global growth continues to pick up and is broad based. But no matter how tempting it is to sit back and enjoy the sunshine, policy can and should move to strengthen the recovery (photo: Mumbai, India, Ingram Publishing/Newscom).

As the year 2018 begins, the world economy is gathering speed. The […]

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