Doreen Montag; Marco Barboza; Lizardo Cauper; Ivan Brehaut; Isaac E. Alva; Aoife Bennett; José Sánchez-Choy; Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti; Pilar M. Valenzuela; José Manuyama; +15 more
Doreen Montag; Marco Barboza; Lizardo Cauper; Ivan Brehaut; Isaac E. Alva; Aoife Bennett; José Sánchez-Choy; Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti; Pilar M. Valenzuela; José Manuyama; Italo García Murayari; Miguel Guimaraes Vásquez; Celso Aguirre Panduro; Angela Giattino; Edwin Julio Palomino Cadenas; Rodrigo Lazo; Carlos Delgado; Alfonso Nino; Elaine C. Flores; Maria Amalia Pesantes; Juan Pablo Murillo; Luisa Elvira Belaunde; Sergio Recuenco; Robert Chuquimbalqui; Carol Zavaleta-Cortijo;
Systematic and persistent discrimination against Indigenous Peoples translates into differential health outcomes when analysed through ethnicity and/or mother tongue.1 In Peru, morbidity and mortality rates among Indigenous Peoples for COVID-19 appear to confirm this.2 ...
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...
Publisher: London School of Economics and Political Science
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.