Malfred Gerig

28 April, 2020

What kind of economic crisis are we facing?

Ever since Covid-19 became a pandemic forcing much of humanity to confine themselves to their homes, the mainstream of the western economy has been debating what […]
6 April, 2020

Covid-19 and the interdependencies of the global economy from North to South, from East to West

The global Covid-19 pandemic has ipso facto demonstrated the complex interdependence that governs the global economy. While most of the commentators insist on exposing, after the […]
28 March, 2020

Why does the metaphor of inorganic money is useless to understand the global economy, much less the action of the United States against the Great Contagion?

This article is part of Pandemic, Panic, and Recession an analytical chronicle of the events and consequences that the Covid-19 pandemic will cause in the global political […]
23 March, 2020

Why flooding the economy with liquidity is not a good strategy for Latin America?

This article is part of Pandemic, Panic, and Recession an analytical chronicle of the events and consequences that the Covid-19 pandemic will cause in the global political […]