Two key conditions for a post-pandemic economic recovery

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Hans-Helmut Kotz

Visiting Professor, Harvard University

Jan Mischke

Partner, McKinsey Global Institute

Sven Smit

Chair, McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Company, Amsterdam


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Figure 1 Our sector analysis indicates potential for incremental productivity growth of approximately one percentage point per year through 2024. Image: McKinsey&Company
Figure 2 Surveyed executives expect acceleration on most drivers. Image: McKinsey&Company
Figure 3 The COVID-19 pandemic and responses of firms could exacerbate structural demand drags Image: McKinsey&Company
Figure 4 Could productivity growth accelerate after the COVID-19 crisis? Image: McKinsey&Company

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