Dalia Marin
Dalia Marin
Contributor, The Yuan

Dalia Marin is Professor of International Economics at the Technical University of Munich’s School of Management and a research fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research.

The Deglobalization Fuel Inflation Conundrum
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The pandemic-driven retreat from globalization, together with population aging in China and the advanced economies, is a recipe for inflation, say some economists, but Dalia Marin argues that while workers' bargaining power may rise, a wage-price spiral in the advanced economies is unlikely.
Dalia Marin  |  Feb 11, 2022
Will COVID-19 Accelerate Productivity Growth?
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Since the mid-2000s, productivity growth in advanced economies has been anemic. This sluggish growth seems paradoxical given recent rapid advances in digital innovation and AI. The COVID-19 pandemic might help resolve the paradox by accelerating firms’ adoption of robots and other labor-saving innovations, thereby boosting productivity growth.
Dalia Marin  |  Jun 30, 2021