Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021)

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The unexpected and dramatic events, such as pandemics, strongly focus the attention of economists, policymakers and public opinion on the short-term perspective. The challenges that face particular economies in the long-run almost instantly seem to be less important and discussions concerning these challenges are usually postponed to unspecified ‘better times’. Such an approach, even if justified, may occur to be socially damaging mainly because the problems of poverty, gender inequality or poor education will probably only be more acute after the COVID-19 pandemic. (Monika Banaszewska, Michał Pilc)

Published: 2021-03-30