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ECIPE & World Bank Seminar: Global Economic Uncertainty – Feedback Loops Between Advanced and Emerging Economies

January 17 2017
Venue: World Bank Office, Avenue Marnix 17, 2 floor, 1000 Brussels
Speakers: Franziska Ohnsorge, Fredrik Erixon
Time: 14:00

Presentation of the new World Bank 2017 Global Economic Prospects Report

European Center for International Political Economy (ECIPE) and the World Bank would like to invite you to the presentation of the 2017 Global Economics Prospects report which discusses the global economic outlook, the major risks to the global economy and necessary policy responses, and the causes and implications of weak investment growth in emerging markets and developing economies.

In particular, the report discusses linkages between advanced economies and the emerging and developing world, and offers early insights about economic activity in the months ahead, as well as insights about the risks. The report’s analytical sections discuss causes and consequences of a sharp slowdown in investment growth in emerging markets as well as the role of the United States in the global economy.

Global Economic Prospects 2017 is now online!

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Programme

Speakers:

Franziska Ohnsorge, Lead Author, Global Economic Prospects Group, World Bank

Fredrik Erixon, Director, ECIPE

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