Geo-economics

COVID-19 and climate change could see an end to economics as we know it. Here's why

Madeline Brasseur, 37, Paul Brasseur, 42, with their son Samuel, 12, embrace each other at an area affected by floods, following heavy rainfalls, in Pepinster, Belgium, July 17, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman - RC2CMO9IMGTC

Could the climate crisis require crisis economic measures to echo those deployed during the pandemic? And might that usher in a new era for economics? Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman

John Letzing
Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum
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