Financial and Monetary Systems

You’ve got money: Mobile payments help people during the pandemic

Governments are resorting to direct bank transfers to support their citizens in financial stress caused by COVID-19. Image: REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja - RC1AB3354300

Sonja Davidovic

Economist in the Offices of the Managing Directo, IMF

Delphine Prady

Senior economist in the Fiscal Affairs Departme, IMF

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