Questions and answers about COVID-19 and the impact on the UK economy
In the aftermath of the global coronavirus pandemic, governments are likely to mobilise significant spending to reinvigorate their economies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the fragility and dangers of the old growth path. There can be no going back to the old normal, argue Amar Bhattacharya and Nicholas Stern.
Joseph Stiglitz and Lord Nicholas Stern co-author paper setting out evidence green stimulus measures offer best pathway to economic recovery.
New Zealand has begun measuring national growth in a more nuanced way, says Dan Button of the New Economics Foundation
The focus on economic growth has led us to the brink of ecological disaster, of which the pandemic may be a foretaste.
As governments develop COVID-19 stimulus and recovery packages, nature-based solutions can deliver significant economic and employment benefits, while also addressing climate change.