May 7th 2020

Post Meeting Notes – What is Happening to the Economy?

On 5th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for What Is Happening to the Economy?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Economist, Chairman of Capital Economics, and Telegraph columnist Roger Bootle led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

Roger discussed:

• the epidemiological possibilities for the future of the virus

• the immediate economic outlook

• the government’s alternatives for dealing with higher debt

• and the potential long-term social and economic effects of the virus.

While Roger’s findings are emerging in a fast changing context and are speculative based on current evidence, they do provide an expert’s view on the likely trajectory of social and economic consequences of the virus.

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