- Shifts & Narratives #5 - A unique crisis that opens the way to multiple regime shifts
Shifts & Narratives #5 - A unique crisis that opens the way to multiple regime shifts
Tuesday 08 June 2021
Research / Market
The Covid-19 crisis is exceptional in many ways. It is the most serious health crisis since the Spanish flu a century ago. This crisis resulted in an unprecedented contraction of activity in 2020 and in the deepest global recession since World War II. However, this recession has been the shortest and was not accompanied by a financial crisis thanks to fiscal and monetary policy responses, which have cushioned the economic shock. The exceptional measures put in place aim to buy the time needed to emerge from the health crisis...
ECB QE Monitor - June 2021
The Eurosystem started its QE in March 2015.
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The Covid-19 crisis can be considered a turning point for social issues: it has put global socio-economic inequalities in the spotlight and made them more concrete than ever before. It has also clearly shown the tragic effects, from an economic and societal perspective, that systemic shocks can have on unequal, non-resilient societies.
Stakeholders in the Just Transition - N°2 Consumers
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