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National Assembly


Perfect Execution

As nations seek to limit the human and economic costs of the transnational COVID-19 pandemic, global policy coordination is more important than ever. Synchronized monetary, fiscal, and trade policy  across major economies will be key to stabilizing the global economic outlook. At the same time, policymakers must reconsider coercive economic measures like sanctions and trade barriers, which may have sound geopolitical aims in normal times but risk exacerbating the crisis.

This piece was published by Harvard to look at emerging economic policies and highlight areas where nations can work together to contain both the spread of disease and its economic fallout. 

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