Written by Nelson Barbosa (Sao Paulo School of Economics and University of Brasilia) and Richard Kozul-Wright (UNCTAD)
The threat to global health has reached alarming proportions and has exposed a lack of national preparedness and international solidarity.
Much the same is true of the economic chaos, write UNCTAD director of globalisation and development strategies, Richard Kozul-Wright, and former Brazilian finance minister, Nelson Barbosa, about the economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
They say now is the time to meet the challenges with policies that promote equality at home and internationalism across the globe in this article published by The Tribune Magazine.
This Crisis Will Change the World – for Better, or Worse
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