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  • publication . Book . 2020
    English
    Authors:
    Pisch, Frank;
    Publisher: University of St. Gallen
    Countries: Switzerland, United Kingdom

    Revised August 2020. Global value chains are highly fragmented across countries and dominated by a few large multinational firms. But the challenges of an increasingly difficult international business environment are raising the question of how these patterns will chang...

  • other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    English
    Authors:
    Bertasiute, Akvile; Massaro, Domenico; Weber, Matthias;
    Countries: United Kingdom, Switzerland

    Less economic integration would make it difficult for the ECB to stabilise the euro area economies. Symmetric monetary policy cannot do anything about this and individual countries would need to use fiscal policy tools.

  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Ollier, Joseph; Neff, Simon; Dworschak, Christine; Sejdiji, Arber; Santhanam, Prabhakaran; Keller, Roman; Xiao, Grace; Asisof, Alina; Rüegger, Dominik; Bérubé, Caterina; ...
    Publisher: Frontiers Research Foundation
    Countries: Switzerland, United Kingdom

    Background: The current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is an emergency on a global scale, with huge swathes of the population required to remain indoors for prolonged periods to tackle the virus. In this new context, individuals' health-promoting routines are under great...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Gottlieb, Charles; Grobovsek, Jan; Poschke, Markus; Saltiel, Fernando;
    Countries: United Kingdom, Switzerland

    We use an accounting framework to evaluate the aggregate impact of a common lockdown policy for 85 countries. We find that poorer countries devote more labor to essential activities that are unaffected by the lockdown, while richer countries can more easily substitute n...

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