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Symposium on Systemic Recovery

Event Details

Tuesday 27 April, 2021

15:30 -17:00


Professor Henrietta L. Moore speaks at the symposium on systemic recovery, a 2-day virtual Symposium of four sessions from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, The Fields Institute and Rebuilding Macroeconomics.

Professor Moore will speak on theme 3, Which normality?

Click here to watch the two-day Symposium.

Full details and register on the OECD website

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