Successfully rebuilding the economy will be about far more than growth.
The World Economic Forum’s latest Chief Economists Outlook asks 40 chief economists for their views on the post-pandemic recovery.
It identifies three key emerging challenges facing governments and business leaders.
The crisis has made inequality worse – but it also provides unique opportunities to address it.
We need to broaden the set of targets we use to define success as we rebuild the global economy after the pandemic.
That view is among the insights from the World Economic Forum’s latest Chief Economists Outlook – Emerging Pathways Towards a Post-COVID-19 Reset and Recovery. For the report, the Forum asked its community of nearly 40 leading chief economists to assess the current economic outlook and consider how business leaders and policymakers need to respond.