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Rendez-vous du vendredi matin, le Grand Débat (7h30-8h30) est la déclinaison du Grand Témoin, à la différence près que trois personnes y participent. Au départ, ce rendez-vous toujours en direct réunissait des journalistes catholique, protestant et orthodoxe. L’originalité de cette « recette » attira un vaste public. Au fil du temps, le Grand Débat s’ouvrit à d’autres signatures, toutes portées, au-delà de la divergences de points de vue, par l’idée de discuter en vérité des trois ou quatre ...
 
Rendez-vous du vendredi matin, le Grand Débat (7h30-8h30) est la déclinaison du Grand Témoin, à la différence près que trois personnes y participent. Au départ, ce rendez-vous toujours en direct réunissait des journalistes catholique, protestant et orthodoxe. L’originalité de cette « recette » attira un vaste public. Au fil du temps, le Grand Débat s’ouvrit à d’autres signatures, toutes portées, au-delà de la divergences de points de vue, par l’idée de discuter en vérité des trois ou quatre ...
 
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Global prospects are looking better one year into the pandemic, albeit highly uncertain. The latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) places growth at 6% for 2021, compared to 2020's unprecedented contraction of -3.3%. But recovery is by and large vaccine-dependent and the lack of access to vaccines is making recovery hard to imagine for some countries,…
 
Debt levels in many countries were high when the pandemic hit. But today, global public debt is reaching 100 percent of GDP. In this podcast, we hear a panel discussion about the very real danger for some countries of falling into a debt trap. The seminar was held during the 2021 IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings and featured IMF Managing Director, Kr…
 
Carol Saba, avocat Jean Sévillia, journaliste au Figaro Pascale Tournier, rédactrice en chef adjointe à l’hebdomadaire La Vie Au menu du Grand débat de cette semaine : Polémique sur la messe sans masque à Saint-Eugène – Sainte Cécile Polémique sur les dîners clandestins luxueux Faut-il relancer le débat sur l’euthanasie ?…
 
While emerging markets suffered huge portfolio outflows at the beginning of the pandemic, the latest Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) shows capital flows have returned and the outlook continues to improve, partly because of low interest rates in countries such as the United States. The new report takes a close look at the possibility of ris…
 
Jean-Marie de Bourqueney, ancien rédacteur en chef Évangile & Liberté, théologien Jean-Christophe Buisson, directeur de la rédaction adjoint du Figaro magazine Samuel Pruvot, rédacteur en chef à Famille Chrétienne Au menu : Covid : mesures annoncées hier soir : bien ou pas bien ? Spoutnik V, Vladimir Poutine fait-il la leçon à l’UE ? Agression cont…
 
More than a year into the COVID-19 crisis, signs of a recovery for some countries are slowly beginning to emerge. But in her customary curtain-raiser speech ahead of next week's virtual IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said high uncertainty is one of the greatest dangers facing the global economy. Go to IMF…
 
2020 was a record-breaking year for housing markets in many countries- including the US, but for the commercial real estate sector, it was a completely different story. Lockdown and containment measures severely affected economic activity, pushing down commercial property transactions and prices in cities around the world. A new analytical chapter …
 
Avec Jean-Pierre Denis, Steven Sampson et Denis Pelletier Au menu : Reconfinement : aucun mea culpa d’Emmanuel Macron, vers de nouvelles mesures ? Les évêques et la lutte contre la pédocriminalité dans l’Eglise Xavier Bertrand: peut-il faire gagner la droite en 2022 ? Controverse autour de la mosquée de Strasbourg…
 
Public policy plays an important role in the recovery from the pandemic, but private sector innovation and agility can make a big difference on many counts. In this episode, Alphabet and Google CFO Ruth Porat talks with IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and David Miliband, Chief Executive Officer of the International Rescue Committee, on G…
 
Earlier this month, AFRODAD's Jason Braganza was invited to participate in the IMF and European Commission's annual African Fiscal Forum, where Finance Ministers, heads of international agencies, and development partners discussed ways to support African economies through the pandemic. In this podcast, Braganza says countries need more fiscal space…
 
Marie d’Armagnac, journaliste indépendante Philippe Clanché, journaliste, collaborateur à Nouvelle Cité, Réforme et Témoignage chrétien Henrik Lindell, journaliste à La Vie Au menu de cette semaine : Un an après le premier confinement, on y retourne pour un tiers des Français à partir de ce vendredi soir minuit. Le Vatican a réaffirmé sa doctrine s…
 
Corporate market power has been on the rise in recent decades, but a new IMF study shows the pandemic has strengthened price markups for dominant firms and increased the concentration of revenues among the biggest players in sectors such as technology and pharma. The Brookings Institution and Bruegel hosted a conversation with Kristalina Georgieva,…
 
Rebecca Pinheiro, maître de conférences à la Sorbonne, pasteur, correspondante pour l’Europe de la Rede Gospel de Communication Samuel Pruvot, rédacteur en chef à Famille Chrétienne Carol Saba, avocat, chroniqueur au quotidien libanais An Nahar Au menu : Le voyage du pape en Irak : quelles conséquences La tribune des trois religions chrétiennes con…
 
Jean-Pierre Denis, journaliste à Bayard Presse, écrivain Christian Makarian, journaliste, écrivain, ancien directeur délégué de la rédaction de l’Express. Généalogie de la catastrophe – retrouver la sagesse face à l’imprévisible (Cerf) Jean Sévillia, journaliste au Figaro, essayiste, historien. Les vérités cachées de la guerre d’Algérie (Fayard) Au…
 
There are talented people everywhere, with ideas that could make the world a better place to live in. But what does it take for a promising young innovator to reach their full potential? In this podcast, IMF economist Ruchir Agarwal says global scientific output could be more than 40 percent higher if talented youth around the world had equal oppor…
 
Economists have long studied economic migration between rich and poor countries, but India's large population and significant divergence in per capita incomes between its rich and poor states make it an interesting case study on the implications of economic migration within a fast-growing emerging economy. In this podcast, economists Prakash Lounga…
 
avec Frédéric Mounier et Henrik Lindell Au menu : Islamo-gauchisme : faut-il enquêter à l’université ? Zemmour peut-il être candidat en 2022 ? La fin de l’expérience Saint-Merry Pédocriminalité : quid de la notion de « responsabilité » ?
 
The pandemic has proven in no uncertain terms that people and institutions need to adapt to change. IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva was invited by the Albright Institute of Global Affairs at Wellesley College to discuss how the Fund is adapting to the current needs of the global economy and the extent to which the institution has had to …
 
Un petit After, enregistré il y a un bon moment déjà, que nous vous re-sortons des cartons. Le film "Dans la Brume" a été une étonnante surprise lors de sa sortie et que nous vous recommandons! Bonne écoute et prenez soin de vous et à bientôt Retrouvez-nous sur : Facebook : https://facebook.com/uncoindecine Apple Podcasts : https://podcasts.apple.c…
 
Philippe Clanché, journaliste, collaborateur à Nouvelle Cité, Réforme et Témoignage chrétien Antoine-Marie Izoard, directeur de la rédaction de Famille Chrétienne Denis Pelletier, historien, spécialiste du catholicisme Au menu du Grand Débat, toujours l’examen de la loi sur le séparatisme, ponctué par deux séquences médiatiques : le débat MLP/GD su…
 
Global disparities between women and men have narrowed over the twentieth century but despite the strong evidence of the benefits of closing the gender gap, progress has been slow in many parts of the world. Dr Alice Evans has studied women movements across the globe and written extensively on the topic. She was invited by the IMF Africa Department…
 
avec Jean-Pierre Denis et Samuel Pruvot Au menu du Grand Débat : La France est-elle malade du séparatisme ? Quel avenir pour le projet de loi Bioéthique ? Un virage dans la communication présidentielle ? La pensée « mai 68 » et la pédophilie
 
With the great strides in financial technology in recent years, the lower data processing costs and fees associated with investing in the stock market should have led to broader increases of household wealth. But in this podcast, economist Roxana Mihet says while fintech has reduced barriers to access and held out the promise of gains for all, it m…
 
Many things can happen within the global financial system to disrupt financial stability, and the pandemic is testing most of them. Fabio Natalucci heads the IMF's Global Financial Stability Report, which analyses trends in the world economy and looks for potential vulnerabilities. The latest update identifies the uneven distribution of vaccines ac…
 
Artificial intelligence and robots are revolutionizing production processes across the globe, but what countries stand to gain most from these new technologies? Economists Andy Berg and Chris Papageorgiou are coauthors of a new study that suggests the so-called AI revolution may widen the gap between rich and poor countries. Transcript Read the blo…
 
Since the Industrial Revolution began more than 250 years ago- the world has produced enough wealth for every one of its 8 billion people to live comfortably. Yet, over 40 percent live in poverty, with most of the wealth being held by an increasingly narrow slice of the population. Binyamin Appelbaum says rising inequality is weighing on growth and…
 
Tourism, hospitality, and other contact-intensive sectors with higher shares of female workers came to a dead stop shortly after Covid-19 infections started to spread. But as the labor market readjusts to the new work environment, a new study using real-time data on job listings reveals women–across all sectors, continue to drop out of the workforc…
 
The global pandemic has caused millions of people to lose their jobs and is widening the gap between white-collar workers who can work from home and those who don’t have the skills or resources to participate in a digitally-driven economy. And with robots and automation on the rise, COVID-19 appears to have ushered in a new normal for the global wo…
 
Covid-19 has shown the important role that data and statistics play in assessing the disruptions caused by the pandemic–economic and otherwise–and implementing measures to mitigate its impact. The IMF's Statistics Department brings together leading thinkers in the world of data in its annual Statistical Forum. This year, Ian Goldin was invited to g…
 
En cette période troublée, nous avons profité de quelques instants de répit pour reprendre les micros. Le sujet ? Le groupe mancunien mythique qui a berçé notre adolescence et qui a dominé le monde du rock durant une bonne partie des années 90: Oasis. On espère que vous apprécierez cette petite heure en notre compagnie. Prenez soin de vous et à bie…
 
Despite long-standing warnings from scientists about the risks of a pandemic, the world was simply unprepared for this one. Ulrich Volz says the same is true for climate change. Volz is the director of the Center for Sustainable Finance at SOAS University of London and in this podcast, he says many countries will find themselves in a permanent cris…
 
بلدان الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا استجابت لجائحة كوفيد-19 باتخاذ إجراءات سريعة وصارمة للتخفيف من انتشار الجائحة وحدة تأثيرها ولكنها لا تزال تواجه بيئة قاسية يشوبها عدم اليقين. فتشير آخر التوقعات لآفاق الاقتصاد في المنطقة إلى أن البلدان المصدرة للنفط تضررت على وجه الخصوص بدرجة بالغة من "صدمة مزدوجة" تمثلت في الأثر الاقتصادي لحالات الإغلاق العام وما ت…
 
The Middle East and North Africa responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with swift and stringent measures to mitigate its spread and impact but continue to face an uncertain and difficult environment. The latest outlook for the region shows oil exporters, in particular, were hard hit by a “double-whammy” of the economic impact of lockdowns and a sharp …
 
La pandémie mondiale a exercé une pression intense sur les économies de toute l'Afrique subsaharienne. De nombreux gouvernements luttent pour maintenir la stabilité macroéconomique tout en répondant aux besoins fondamentaux de leurs populations. Papa N'Diaye dirige les perspectives économiques du FMI pour la région. Dans ce podcast, il dit que l'éc…
 
The global pandemic has put intense pressure on economies across sub-Saharan Africa. Many governments are struggling to maintain macroeconomic stability while also meeting the basic needs of their populations. Papa N'Diaye heads the IMF's economic outlook for the region. In this podcast, he says sub-Saharan Africa's economy will see its worst contr…
 
In the early 2000s, Nobel Laureate, Michael Kremer helped develop the design of advance market commitment models (AMCs). They were used to incentivize the private sector to work on issues of relevance for the developing world by pledging that if they developed an appropriate vaccine, funds would be available for those countries to purchase it. The …
 
Seven months after the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic, more than 1 million people have died of the disease and trillions of dollars have been spent in an effort to contain its devastating impact on economies across the globe. The latest Fiscal Monitor looks at what governments can do in the different phases of the pandemic to …
 
While economies across the globe continue to feel the pressures from the pandemic, the latest Global Financial Stability Report shows the extraordinary fiscal and monetary policy measures taken by governments, Central Banks and International Financial Institutions have helped pull the global economy back from the brink. Fabio Natalucci leads the te…
 
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