Drawing on the OMFIF commonwealth of experts, opinion-formers and lead actors, our Corona Consequences series presents a debate that aims to be intriguing, stimulating, provocative and partial. We span politics, economics, technology, environment issues and psychology. Scanning the international scene through the OMFIF central banking and public policy lens, writers encompass a wide spectrum of geography and opinion.

Nous regrettons le Brexit, but it’s your choice

Nous regrettons le Brexit, but it’s your choice

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France will not bend to Britain’s demands
Image and integration

Image and integration

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How to improve EU communication
Cementing banks' role in African development

Cementing banks’ role in African development

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A sound banking sector is critical for sustained growth in Africa. Despite notable progress since
Brexit: Lessons from Denmark.

Brexit: Lessons from Denmark.

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Drawing on my personal experience as State-Secretary in Denmark’s Foreign Ministry (1989-1997) I would like
Compromises for higher inflation

Compromises for higher inflation

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ECB inches towards changed asset purchase rules
Praising Draghi and ending QE

Praising Draghi and ending QE

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Tactics ahead of bond purchase decision
On the road to a sterling crisis?

On the road to a sterling crisis?

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The UK has been no stranger to wrenching sterling crises in the post-war period. Indeed,
What Conservative activists want

What Conservative activists want

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In Birmingham, May spoke both to and for her party rank and file
Reasons for optimism on renminbi internationalisation

Reasons for optimism on renminbi internationalisation

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Inclusion in SDR basket reflects China’s growing influence
Who will rescue the central banks?

Who will rescue the central banks?

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When commercial banks get into trouble, their last resort when all else has failed is
Bad banking news for Angela Merkel

Bad banking news for Angela Merkel

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Deutsche fall from grace will not help Italian banks
Why Asean is failing

Why Asean is failing

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Reality lags behind aspiration in economic integration
When Britain went bust

When Britain went bust

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40th anniversary of UK’s 1976 IMF crisis
Italy’s dangerous gamble

Italy’s dangerous gamble

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Constitutional referendum clouds economic outlook
The Seven Ages of Gold

The Seven Ages of Gold

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Central bank buying back to historical norm
Still in the shadows

Still in the shadows

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Euro area's two-speed credit recovery

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