Analysis: Coronavirus Crisis Blows Away Economic Policy Dogmas

Faster than in past recessions, European countries' monetary and fiscal response differs from the list of expected solutions. There are several lessons learned for the future.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mario Draghi, the great craftsman of the European rebound after the past decade's eternal crisis (first the global one, then that of sovereign debt), resurfaced last week after months behind the scenes.

It was in his native Italy, with a powerful double message - young people come first, and the avalanche of public debt that will take Europe and the world out of this Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?