- Ayhan Kose, Chief Economist and Director of the Prospects Group, Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions, World Bank Group
- Hanan Morsy, Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
- Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, Director, Strategy, Policy, and Review Department, International Monetary Fund
- Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Director, Latin America Initiative and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
- Masood Ahmed, President, Center for Global Development
The global recovery is set to decelerate amid diminished policy support, continued COVID-19 flare-ups, and lingering supply bottlenecks. In contrast to that in advanced economies, output in emerging market and developing economies will remain markedly below pre-pandemic trends in the near-term. The outlook is clouded by various downside risks, including new COVID-19 outbreaks, the possibility of de-anchored inflation expectations, and financial stress in a context of record-high debt levels. These challenges underscore the importance of national policy responses and strengthened global cooperation to promote a green, resilient, and inclusive recovery path. Join CGD and the World Bank for an informed discussion of these issues and necessary policy responses after the release of the World Bank’s 2022 January Global Economic Prospects report.