This policy brief warns about the risks of discontinuing the policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis by pursuing exit strategies too early and/or too sharply. It outlines a comprehensive strategy for limiting such risks globally and offers an in-depth discussion of the European situation. Due to fiscal rules written in a pre- COVID-19 era and excessive emphasis on controlling public debt ratios, the Euro Area could be left with long-lasting scars, so its situation requires special treatment. Therefore, we articulate some policy proposals designed to preserve and strengthen the recovery in the EMU.

Cassola, N., De Grauwe, P., Morana, C., & Tirelli, P. (2022). The risks of exiting too early the policy responses to the COVID-19 recession. RESEARCH IN GLOBALIZATION, 4(June 2022) [10.1016/j.resglo.2021.100073].

The risks of exiting too early the policy responses to the COVID-19 recession

Morana C.;
2022

Abstract

This policy brief warns about the risks of discontinuing the policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis by pursuing exit strategies too early and/or too sharply. It outlines a comprehensive strategy for limiting such risks globally and offers an in-depth discussion of the European situation. Due to fiscal rules written in a pre- COVID-19 era and excessive emphasis on controlling public debt ratios, the Euro Area could be left with long-lasting scars, so its situation requires special treatment. Therefore, we articulate some policy proposals designed to preserve and strengthen the recovery in the EMU.
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Covid-19 pandemic; Euro area; Fiscal and monetary policy mix; G20; Regulatory policies; Sovereign and corporate crises;
English
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Cassola, N., De Grauwe, P., Morana, C., & Tirelli, P. (2022). The risks of exiting too early the policy responses to the COVID-19 recession. RESEARCH IN GLOBALIZATION, 4(June 2022) [10.1016/j.resglo.2021.100073].
Cassola, N; De Grauwe, P; Morana, C; Tirelli, P
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