Why we shouldn't overstate the pandemic's effect on productivity growth
Something is stirring at the microeconomic level but extrapolations to the macroeconomy are treacherous. Image: Unsplash/Mark König
Philipp Carlsson-SzlezakGlobal Chief Economist, Boston Consulting Group
Paul SwartzDirector and Senior Economist, BCG Henderson Institute
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