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Zero-growth could be the new long-term normal in developed economies: Six charts that explain why

Enrico Perotti argues that zero long-term growth will be the new normal in developed countries. Image: REUTERS/Greg Bos

Enrico Perotti

Professor of International Finance, University of Amsterdam, Research Fellow, CEPR


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