Given the interconnectedness of the global economy in trade, finance and investments, financial problems in the United States and the eurozone quickly spread to other countries. The impact on and reaction from developed countries and emerging markets differ based on their global economic integration and policy responses. Brookings experts explore the ongoing global effects of the crisis.
Reuters/Akintunde Akinleyem - A man pours crude oil into a funnel enveloped by steam at an illegal oil refinery site near river Nun in Nigeria's oil state of Bayelsa November 25, 2012.
Be careful what you wish for: Higher oil prices and slow growth may make for a perfect storm
February 12, 2016, Simon Davies
Low oil prices haven’t brought all the hoped-for benefits, and are being downright harmful for some countries. But it’s the risks of a sudden rise in oil prices we should be more worried about, writes Simon Davies.
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October 26, 2015, Zia Qureshi
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The Edward M. Bernstein Scholar
Director, Brookings Global – CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
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