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Ready to go: Introducing Tellimer's Readiness for Reopening Index

This week, I received an email offering me the chance to win an Airbnb gift card in return for filling out a survey. This sets the stage for a broad, and sustained, reopening, provided that foolish rejection of the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Jo...
Tellimer Research Paul
Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 17 April 2021
Ready to go: Introducing Tellimer's Readiness for Reopening Index
Ready to go: Introducing Tellimer's Readiness for Reopening Index

A COVID-19 Recovery Contribution

The economic costs of the pandemic have fallen most heavily on those least able to bear them. One revenue-raising option that may be timely and attract political support is progressive taxation. Evidence from a recent survey of 2,500 US residents sug...
International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund 16 April 2021
A COVID-19 Recovery Contribution
A COVID-19 Recovery Contribution

A snapshot of the global economy in April 2021

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Schroders
Schroders 16 April 2021
A snapshot of the global economy in April 2021
A snapshot of the global economy in April 2021

Short-term Shot and Long-term Healing for Latin America and the Caribbean

Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean recovered briskly in the second half of 2020, yet still more slowly than the global economy and other emerging markets. On the downside, the recent resurgence of the virus in Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, an...
International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund 15 April 2021
Short-term Shot and Long-term Healing for Latin America and the Caribbean
Short-term Shot and Long-term Healing for Latin America and the Caribbean

The impact of COVID-19 on artificial intelligence in banking

Before COVID-19, banks were keen adopters of artificial intelligence (AI), including machine learning and other advanced data-science techniques. Rather than speeding up AI adoption, could the pandemic therefore impede the banking sector’s use of, an...
Bruegel
Bruegel 15 April 2021
The impact of COVID-19 on artificial intelligence in banking
The impact of COVID-19 on artificial intelligence in banking

Build Back the State

In promising to "build back better" from the pandemic, US President Joe Biden has certainly struck the right note. Costing taxpayers the equivalent of $283 billion today, the Apollo Program stimulated innovation in multiple sectors – from aeronautics...
Project Syndicate
Project Syndicate 15 April 2021
Build Back the State
Build Back the State