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The Statement of the Rencontres Économiques #AixenSeine

...let alone the severe global economic recession it has brought about. This crisis raises two major challenges. The first is to reflect on emergency solutions to minimise the short- and medium-term adverse effects of this pandemic, be it the rise in structural unemployment, the...

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The EU-US economic partnership in an era of globalization

...and/or a financial market crash. An American recession would follow and the world economy could certainly not escape the consequences of such a downturn. As international monetary affairs are at stake, cooperative solutions are definitely desirable. According to a recent motto: “the...

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Should the G20 agree to current-account balance targets?

...same for the others would be a recipe for global recession. In the end lower deficits will necessarily results in lower surpluses, either because of higher demand in surplus countries or because worldwide unemployment is higher. But at the same time it cannot be said that deficits and surpluses...

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The Great Trade Collapse: Causes, Consequences and Prospects

...during the oil-price hikes of the 1970s, the recession of the early 1980s and the bursting of the dotcom bubble in 2001. It affected all 104 nations on which the WTO reports. This book, first published as an eBook on VoxEU.org to inform world leaders ahead of the WTO's Trade Ministerial...

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