WEBINAR: European Central Bank — Productivity, trade and financial flows in the face of a pandemic, a European perspective


Harvard University professor Marc Melitz will provide a keynote address, followed by a panel on how Covid-19 is reshaping trade and capital flows with ECB executive board member Philip Lane, IMF deputy director of research Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti and World Bank global director of trade, investment and competitiveness Caroline Freund. More details here.[.....]

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