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Quantifying the effects of "black swan" events: What can they do to our economies?

Gayle Allard - Professor of Economic Environment and Country Analysis | Pathway: Making sense of the macro trends

AIMED AT Undergraduate, Master Degree and Executive education
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Master classes
EVENT FORMAT Online
DATE 26th March 2020
TIME 18:00 - 19:00 (GMT +02:00)
LANGUAGE English
Quantifying the effects of "black swan" events: What can they do to our economies?

The global economy has suffered a significant slowdown breaking down 2020's forecast. Economic risks remain stronger than ever, aggravated by deepening political polarization and increasing scepticism over the benefits of globalization. These risks could inflict severe and long-lasting damage on worldwide development prospects. 

Our speakers

Professor of Economics

Gayle Allard, a professor of Economics at IE since 2002, studied at the University of California (PhD in Economics) and Johns Hopkins University (Master in International Affairs), and her research has centered on labor markets. She appears regularly in leading international media as a commentator on today's key economic problems.