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COVID-19 Scarring and Sustainable Recovery Challenges

The scarring effect of the pandemic is estimated by grouping the industries into four subsectors based on energy and labour intensities. A comparison of model output and the projected growth from a hybrid data set revealed the least impact on green industries. However, the intertwining of green and brown industries and the consequent short-run transitional cost necessitates calibrated policy intervention for sustainable growth.

Role of International Financial Institutions in Pandemic Treaty

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the global economy into a multisectoral crisis. The situation demanded that nation states respond swiftly by formulating funding mechanisms. However, most economies lacked adequate funds for the pandemic response, which led to the international financial institutions’ involvement in the response and recovery operations. This article delves into the various measures taken by the IFIs during the pandemic by inspecting them through a theoretical lens of liberal institutionalism, which emphasises collective and coordinated action.

Understanding Globalisation through the Lens of Contesting Narratives

Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters by Anthea Roberts, Nicolas Lamp, Harvard University Press, September 2021, pp 400, `2,434.

The Phenomenal Rise of Asia

Resurgent Asia: Diversity in Development by Deepak Nayyar, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2019; pp xx + 295, ₹895.

How Has India Dealt With Global Economic Recession in the Past?

Whether or not the Indian economy is going into recession remains debatable. But without a correct diagnosis, measures to counteract the problems will be ineffective.
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