The Economic Impact of 9/11
Nicholas Bloom ()
CentrePiece - The Magazine for Economic Performance from Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
Major events like the terrorist attacks on New York of 11 September 2001 generate large but typically short-lived bursts of uncertainty. New research by Nick Bloom explores the effects of such shocks on employment, investment and productivity - and how monetary policy-makers should decide on the ideal response.
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