International Monetary Fund. Communications Department
challenged governments, which now face higher spending needs and ballooning debts. And it has brought to light the simmeringissue of racial injustice.
Yet this crisis and the fault lines it is exposing are inspiring calls for a rethinking of our priorities and reconsidering the very structure of the world economy toward a future that is more equitable, adaptable, and sustainable—more resilient. This issue of F&D gives voice to diverse contributors on what needs to be done.
“The networked problems of our time are amenable to networked solutions,” writes Ian Goldin