Economic resilience from input-output susceptibility improves predictions of economic growth and recovery

27 Feb 2019 Klimek Peter Poledna Sebastian Thurner Stefan

Modern macroeconomic theories were unable to foresee the last Great Recession and could neither predict its prolonged duration nor the recovery rate. They are based on supply-demand equilibria that do not exist during recessionary shocks... (read more)

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