Publication

A Systemic Recovery

Citation:
Hynes, W., I. Linkov and P. Love (eds.) (2022), A Systemic Recovery, New Approaches to Economic Challenges, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/62830370-en.
Authored By:
Hynes, W., I. Linkov and P. Love (eds.) (2022)
Abstract:
New economic thinking and acting through a systemic approach could outline policy alternatives to tackle the global-scale systemic challenges of financial, economic, social and environmental emergencies, and help steer our recovery out of the current crisis. A systemic recovery requires an economic approach that balances several factors – markets and states, efficiency and resilience, growth and sustainability, national and global stability, short-term emergency measures and long-term structural change. To achieve this, we need to think beyond our policy silos, comprehend our interconnections, and build resilience into our systems.
Published in:
A Systemic Recovery, New Approaches to Economic Challenges, OCED Publishing
A Systemic Recovery

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