Professor at NYU and founder of Roubini Macro Associates Nouriel Roubini sits down with PS to discuss Trump and his protectionist policies, Brexit, and further trouble in the EU.
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The COVID-19 crisis has been a brutal reminder that, for all of our wealth and technological mastery, we are still vulnerable to catastrophic tail risks. To ensure future prosperity, we must adopt a growth strategy that places collective risks front and center, rather than treating them as an afterthought.
advocates a pro-growth approach to minimizing the risks created by industrialization and innovation.
The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the long-term shift away from cash, and monetary authorities risk falling behind. A recent report from the G30 argues that if central banks want to shape the outcome, they need to start thinking fast.
assesses the pandemic's potential to accelerate the emergence of central-bank digital currencies.