How economic policy can help the world recover | The Economist

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Economic recovery from covid-19 is deeply uneven around the world. Our experts answer your questions about the problems facing the world economy and the actions governments could take.

00:00 – The problems with the global economy
00:34 – Will there be hyperinflation?
02:26 – What’s behind labour shortages?
04:12 – Disrupted supply and demand
05:20 – Economic policies to tackle climate change
06:00 – Uneven global recovery from the pandemic
07:05 – How vaccine roll-out impacts the economy
08:07 – Is global economic inequality increasing?

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