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Covid, conflict and China

For the countries of Europe, the conflict poses existential questions

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Russia Ukraine Conflict | world economy | global oil prices

Rathin Roy 



Rathin Roy

Predictive conclusions on the economic impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict run a high error risk. A “sudden stop” to the conflict, through ceasefire or other means, would negate any assumption that present volatile trends would impact the future economic course of the world. Further, and where a lot of extant predictive analysis is getting it wrong, there is an attribution problem as to whether a particular negative economic effect is due to the pandemic or to the conflict.

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First Published: Thu, March 17 2022. 00:08 IST

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