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Will slow growth and inflation lead to stagflation? Economist Greg Daco speaks to Radio Davos

Is stagflation inevitable? Not according to economist Gregory Daco. Image: REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

Gregory Daco

Chief Economist, EY-Parthenon

Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

Abhinav Chugh

Content and Partnerships Lead, Expert Network and Content Partners, World Economic Forum

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Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco

Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco
Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco

Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco

Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco

Gregory Daco, Chief Economist at EY-Parthenon @GregDaco

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