Financial and Monetary Systems

Why bailing out companies doesn't help people recover from economic shocks of COVID-19

To build resilience, governments should realign incentives for companies and focus on individuals. Image: Jason Leung/Unsplash

Thales Panza de Paula

Partner Engagement Lead, Financial Services Industry, World Economic Forum

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