Economic Progress

The global economy in 2018, according to a Nobel laureate

Labor-market mismatches are likely to grow, sharpening inequality as a result. Image: REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

A. Michael Spence

William R. Berkley Professor in Economics and Business, NYU Stern School of Business

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