Global Financial Crisis
The Global Economic Crisis after One Year: Is a New Paradigm for Recovery in Developing Countries Emerging?
This policy brief summarizes the global responses to the crisis over the past year, points to their shortcomings and argues that a new paradigm for recovery in developing countries is emerging.
This policy brief draws on a number of recent UNU-WIDER studies to discuss the policy options for an African recovery in the aftermath of the global economic crisis.
This report highlights trade policy conclusions and recommendations from a major study undertaken by the OECD’s Trade Committee in response to the financial and economic crisis that started in 2008.
This position paper presents some key lessons learned and insights from recent OECD research on the use of regulatory reform during crises and its impacts.
This paper presents an assessment of the impacts of the global economic crisis on Asia’s economy and labour markets and an analysis of the various policy responses in the region to mitigate the crisis impact and to facilitate a rapid and sound recovery.
This report presents the initial findings of a year-long study on the impact of the global recession on the urban informal economy.
This briefing provides a detailed analysis of the value of trade in enabling long term economic development and employment growth in this period following the global economic crisis.
Rising Youth Unemployment During the Crisis: How to Prevent Negative Long-Term Consequences on a Generation?
This paper looks at the issue of youth unemployment and proposes ways to mitigate long-term negative consequences.
This Policy Brief examines the phenomenon of informal employment and its impact on individuals and society, particularly in the context of a global economic downturn.