Chapter 5: Recovering from the second jobs dip: Challenges and policies: Coordinate stimulus for global demand and employment creation

January 2013
Global Employment Trends;Jan2013, p120
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The article discusses the need of a coordinate stimulus for global demand and employment creation. It mentions that policy actions taken in a country need to be coordinated globally for rebalancing growth and also to foster multi-polar growth engines. Issues regarding an increase in purchasing power of middle-class in many developing economies and its impact on investments and consumption economics are also discussed.


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