Nouriel Roubini, k nown in the economics profession as one of the most consistently bearish voices that correctly predicted the coming of the financial crisis that enveloped the world in 2008-09, was speaking at a talk organised by SMU's Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics and the Economic Society of Singapore. Among the encouraging signs he sees in the global macroeconomic recovery are the acceleration of growth in the US and Eurozone, and the decreasing risk of inflation as production capacity is consumed. The article is by Knowledge@SMU.


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