Coping with Global Crises: A tale of two countries C.P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh

Sometimes heterodox macroeconomic policies can be more effective and successful than standard prescriptions in coping with the adverse effects of global economic crises. This article compares the post-crisis experience of two transition economies, Hungary and Uzbekistan, to see which strategy has fared better.

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