BLOG 29.4.2020

Persistence of unemployment increases the costs of the economic crisis

Persistence of unemployment increases the costs of the economic crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a global economic crisis. Now that the initial shock has passed, public debate has begun on the economic consequences of the crisis. It is clear that Finland is plunging into a recession, but it is yet to be determined how deep. Compared with the recession of the early 1990s, a common feature is the collapse of total demand, which seems to lead to a sharp rise in unemployment. Could the lessons of the 1990s recession be applied to solve the current crisis?

Weekly seminar

11 June 2020

Aline Bütikofer (NHH)

TBA

10.30-11.30

Weekly seminar

04 June 2020

Andrés Barrios Fernández

Recidivism and Neighborhood Institutions: Evidence from the Rise of the Evangelical Church in Chile (joint with Jorge García-Hombrados)

10.30-11.30
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Weekly seminar

28 May 2020

Ana Costa-Ramón (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

The Career Costs of Children's Health Shocks

10.30-11.30
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