Inequality

Building back broader: a new approach to fiscal and monetary policy

COVID-19 has highlighted existing global inequalities in countries such as South Africa (pictured). Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto.

Diana Farrell

Board Trustee, National Economic Council (NEC)

Raghuram G. Rajan

Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, Booth School

Guillaume Hingel

Insights Lead, Benchmarking Practice, World Economic Forum

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