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What type of recovery?

Will it be a V-shaped or an L-shaped recovery?  What are the arguments?

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Asset price spirals and the Fed

Since the outbreak of COVID the Fed has been shoring up the financial system, is it going too far?

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Do we have to worry about inflation?

Although the yield curve for inflation-indexed bonds is not currently predicting higher inflation, there are reasons to worry.

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The impact of Covid-19 on supply chains

Global Value Chains will change: brand new research on what this change implies.

Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (April)

New books by Jeffrey Sachs, Joseph Stiglitz, Thomas Piketty and David A. Singer.

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Ready to lift the lockdowns?

When testing and tracing are only two of the policy tools for a successful reopening of the economies.

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Low oil prices in the COVID era

The sharp decline in oil prices presents governments with a dilemma: should they reduce retail prices?

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Knightian uncertainty

Can the COVID-19 induced economic uncertainty be quantified? In such an environment, can we use quantitative models to guide policy?

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Interesting initiatives

Many webinar series have been launched to disseminate new research on COVID-19. In this newsletter we included the ones we are following.

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Will COVID-19 be a game changer?

What will change in politics and in our way of life? Could there be a green recovery?

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