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Jackson Hole: the world's central bankers have plenty to discuss after such an expensive pandemic

By Alan Shipman, Senior Lecturer in Economics, The Open University
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The world’s central bankers won’t be riding into town to save the world this year. Their annual gathering in the US, at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is taking place online due to COVID-19. But with major economies starting to revive, the pandemic’s impact on the global economy may not even be the biggest of their concerns.

Instead, they are likely to be taking on resurgent inflation, asset and property bubbles, the unfinished repair job from the global…

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