हमारे डेटा इनसाइट्स पुस्तकालय गर्म विषयों और महत्वपूर्ण दुनिया के मुद्दों में गहरा हो जाता है। अधिक के लिए खोज रहे हैं? के बारे में हम अपने बुद्धिमान उपकरण, कस्टम स्थिति कमरे, और उद्यम डेटा पोर्टल्स के साथ डेटा और विशेषज्ञ दृश्य सेवाओं को एकीकृत सीखें।
This chapter finds that potential output growth across advanced and emerging market economies has declined in recent years. In advanced economies, this decline started as far back as the early 2000s and worsened with the global financial crisis. In emerging market economies, in contrast, it began only after the crisis. The chapter’s analysis suggests that potential output growth in advanced economies is likely to increase slightly from current rates as some crisis-related effects wear off, but to remain below precrisis rates in the medium term. The main reasons are aging populations and the gradual increase in capital growth from current rates as output and investment recover from the crisis. In contrast, in emerging market economies, potential output growth is expected to decline further, owing to aging populations, weaker investment, and lower total factor productivity growth as these economies catch up to the technological frontier.
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