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It has been five years since the start of the Global Financial Crisis. In this period, we have seen dramatic developments in the global economy: unprecedented intervention of monetary authorities to stave off a Great Depression, the beginnings of a multi-year long deleveraging process in developed markets and finally the continued convergence between developed and emerging economies, driven by the continuation of catch up growth in the latter.

The Investment Institute’s first Journal examined what this meant for the global economy.

Read The Journal Volume 1 (PDF 7mb)

The views expressed are as at the date of publication and may no longer be current.

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