Greece's Economy after COVID-19
Dimitri B. Papadimitriou,
Michalis Nikiforos and
Economics Strategic Analysis Archive from Levy Economics Institute
Greece's fragile economic recovery was halted by the COVID-19 pandemic: GDP, employment, exports, and investment are expected to record significantly negative trends. While some projections for GDP growth show a quick V-shaped recovery beginning in 2021, this is rather improbable given the Greek economy's structural inefficiencies. This strategic analysis explores the consequences of various assumptions about the fall in the different sources of aggregate demand in order to produce a baseline projection for the Greek economy. A more optimistic scenario is also analyzed, in which the European Commission's recently announced Recovery Fund materializes, allowing the government to increase public consumption as well as investment through EU grants and loans. The authors recommend additional measures to alleviate the impact of the shock and help put Greeceâ€™s economy back on track when the epidemic has died out.
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