Wanted: Policies to Encourage and Enable Work in Advanced Economies

2019-03-14T12:57:05-04:00April 9, 2018|

By Francesco Grigoli, Zsóka Kóczán, and Petia Topalova

April 9, 2018 

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Aging may slow economic growth in advanced economies (photo: Zero Creatives Cultura/Newscom).

Population growth in advanced economies is slowing, life expectancy is rising, and the number of elderly people is soaring. Because older workers participate less in the labor market, the aging of the population could slow growth […]

5 Things You Need to Know About Inequality

2019-03-15T12:00:53-04:00January 23, 2018|

By IMFBlog

January 23, 2018

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A man with donations from a food bank in Los Angeles, California: inequality within countries is on the rise, including in advanced economies like the United States (photo: Lucy Nicholson/Newscom).

Tackling inequality is not only a moral imperative. It is critical for sustaining growth.

Global income inequality has declined in recent years, with the […]

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