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Short-term and longer term outlook
for the global economy in an increasingly fragmented world
Lundi 24 avril 2023, 8:30 - 9:45

Séance en présentiel présidée par Antoine Bouët, Directeur, CEPII


  • Mehdi Benatiya Andaloussi, Economist in the World Economic Outlook Division of the IMF's Research Department

  • Andrea F. Presbitero, Economist in the Research Department of the IMF; CEPR Research Fellow in the International Macroeconomics and Finance programme ; Associate Fellow at Johns Hopkins University, SAIS Europe

  • Jérôme Héricourt, Scientific Advisor, Macroeconomics and International Finance program, CEPII

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Medhi Benatiya Andalouissi

Andréa F. Presbitero



Jérôme Héricourt


The latest edition of the IMF's World Economic Outlook will be presented by two of its authors and discussed with the audience. It provides an update of the IMF's global economic outlook for the short and long term. Short-term growth prospects are still hampered by the continued burden of high inflation and the consequences of the invasion of Ukraine triggering wider geopolitical tensions and supply-chain disruptions. More recently, questions have emerged - at least in some countries - about financial stability. Growth may also be affected by the increasing fragmentation of the global economy. The IMF studies in depth the consequences of the growing concentration of foreign direct investment along geopolitical lines, which could affect more directly emerging and developing economies.

The presentation will be held in English and the Questions/Answers session in French and English.

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