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Lecture by Nobel Prize winner economist Paul Krugman in Athens, Greece on Friday, April 17, 2015.
There’s a respectable probability the world financial system is headed for a recession in 2019, in keeping with Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman.
Market individuals are more and more frightened concerning the prospect of a severe financial downturn over the approaching months, with a long-running U.S.-China commerce battle souring enterprise and client sentiment.
Most economists, in addition to some the world’s enterprise elite, agree that financial progress is slowing however policymakers have expressed some hope for a smooth touchdown slightly than an outright recession.
Talking on the World Authorities Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Sunday, Paul Krugman stated there are good causes to be skeptical about this state of affairs.
When requested whether or not buyers ought to anticipate to see a recession over the approaching months, Krugman replied: “I believe that there’s a fairly good probability that we are going to have a recession late this yr (or) subsequent yr.”
Paul Krugman is a famend American economist and professor emeritus of Princeton College’s Woodrow Wilson College. He gained the Nobel Prize in 2008 for his work on financial geography and figuring out worldwide commerce patterns.