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Published: Sept 2010
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In 2008, the global economy slumped into its deepest recession in more than 60 years – banks failed, jobs were lost and global trade collapsed. Governments responded swiftly, helping to ensure the recession didn’t become a depression, and there now are signs of recovery.
But how strong will that recovery be? Will it last? And what will be the long-term impact of “the great recession”.
From Crisis to Recovery, a new book from OECD Insights, explores these issues, tracing the roots and the course of the crisis, how it has affected jobs, pensions and trade, and the prospects for recovery.
Table of contents
Foreword by Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD
Chapter 1. ntroduction
Chapter 2. The Roots of a Crisis
Chapter 3. Routes, Reach, Responses
Chapter 4. The Impacts on Jobs
Chapter 5. Pensions and the Crisis
Chapter 6. New World, New Rules?
Chapter 7. The Future: Five Questions
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