World economy: economic implications of the COVID-19 crisis and prospects for recovery (მსოფლიო ეკონომიკა: COVID-19 კრიზისის ეკონომიკური შედეგები და აღდგენის პერსპექტივები)

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
Global trends and prospects of economic development have been studied on the grounds of an analysis of statistical data of Georgia, developed and developing countries against the background of a crisis caused by COVID-19 pandemic. It is an analysis of perturbations caused by COVID-19, along with their impact on the economic growth, foreign trade, balance of payments, public debt, current account deficit, parameters of the State Budget, inflation, employment, performance of the financial sector, sustainability, etc. Article also presents a discussion on wide-scale fiscal and monetary anti-crisis measures implemented in various countries, along with a possible outcome of such measures in a short- to medium-term horizon, their impact on macroeconomic and monetary stability of individual countries, regions and world, economic growth and welfare of people. Article presents a comparative analysis of the economic impact caused by the pandemic based on the rich statistical data of a great number of countries and Georgia. Also, it highlights the significance of anti-pandemic measures and role of the effective public administration in managing the financial-economic challenges and in resolving problems.
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Global economy, macroeconomic stability, monetary stability, COVID-19, economic growth, inflation, state and public finance, world trade, BOP, public debt
Economics and Business, №3, 2021, pp. 9-23