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Macroeconomic Consequences of the Pandemic with David Andolfatto, Beata Javorcik and Ricardo Reis

Summary:
The dramatic extension of the role of the state since early 2020, the implications of fiscal and monetary choices for inflation, the burden of public debt, the rapid evolution of digital currencies are contributing to a highly uncertain macroeconomic outlook. The speakers will discuss prospects, risks, and the policy challenges and choices for both advanced and emerging economies.

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The dramatic extension of the role of the state since early 2020, the implications of fiscal and monetary choices for inflation, the burden of public debt, the rapid evolution of digital currencies are contributing to a highly uncertain macroeconomic outlook.



The speakers will discuss prospects, risks, and the policy challenges and choices for both advanced and emerging economies.
David Andolfatto
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