The Future and History of Economic Growth – what caught my eye this week: The IMF World Economic Outlook, a new future of work report, the demographic reversal, and much more…

The IMF World Economic Outlook (their forecasts for the United States and the United Kingdom are quite similar to my own recent forecasts. You can find them here and here):

The Future of Work report by the company Talent Alpha. They write: “Covid-19 and the acceleration of digital transformation are dramatically shifting how we manage people and their skills”:

“The Future of Home Life: A Conversation with Eve Rodsky and Brigid Schulte”:–a-conversation-with-eve-rodsky-and-brigid-schulte-47352?

“The Fiscal State in Africa: Evidence from a century of growth” (by Morten Jerven):

Migration Economics (but it is more about science and econometrics). Very good and interesting:

International trade showed signs of rebound (but what will happen in the next months?):

“Organizing Crisis Innovation: Lessons from World War II”:

The global semiconductor value chain:

“The Great Demographic Reversal: Ageing Societies, Waning Inequality, and an Inflation Revival” (by C.A.E. Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan):

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