Economics of Post-Crisis Recoveries

Past Seminar: January 22, 2021 8:30 am
The Economics of a Post-Crisis Recoveries online lecture series explored what a potential recovery from the pandemic could look like. This series ran from 22 […]

Seminar overview

The Economics of a Post-Crisis Recoveries online lecture series explored what a potential recovery from the pandemic could look like. This series ran from 22 January to 18 June 2021.

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Friday 22 January
Globalisation Post-COVID – Beata Javorcik, EBRD
Beata Javorcik

Friday 19 February
Monetary Policy During COVID – Andrea Ferrero, University of Oxford
Andrea Ferrero

Friday 19 March
Fiscal Policy and the National Debt Going Forward – Martin Ellison, University of Oxford
Martin Ellison

Friday 16 April
Forced Experimentation and Expectations – Tim Willems, IMF
Tim Williams

Friday 21 May
Green Growth Out of the Crisis – Cameron Hepburn, University of Oxford and LSE
Cameron Hepburn

Friday 18 June
This Time it’s Different: Crisis in the Past and the Current Pandemic – Moritz Schularick, University of Bonn
Moritz Schularick

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