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World Development Report 2022 : Finance for an Equitable Recovery (Inglês)

World Development Report 2022: Finance for an Equitable Recovery examines the central role of finance in the economic recovery from COVID-19. Based on an in-depth look at the consequences of the crisis most likely to affect low- and middle-income economies, it advocates a set of policies and measures to mitigate the interconnected economic risks stemming from the pandemic, risks that may become more acute as stimulus measures are withdrawn at both the domestic and global levels. Those policies include the efficient and transparent management of nonperforming loans to mitigate threats to financial stability, insolvency reforms to allow for the orderly reduction of unsustainable debts, innovations in risk management and lending models to ensure continued access to credit for households and businesses, and improvements in sovereign debt management to preserve the ability of governments to support an equitable recovery.

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  • Autor

    World Bank

  • Data do documento

    2022/02/15

  • TIpo de documento

    Publicação

  • No. do relatório

    168732

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2022/03/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    World Development Report 2022 : Finance for an Equitable Recovery

  • Palavras-chave

    state-owned utility; state-owned utilities; country income group; Financial Sector; sovereign debt; impact of climate change; small and medium enterprise; lower level of education; Emerging economies; emerging economy; global financial institution; Global Trade Supplier Finance; heavily indebted poor country; multilateral debt relief initiative; composition of government spending; access to financial service; state-owned enterprise; sustainable development goals; nonperforming loan; financial sector policy; financial risk; alternative dispute resolution; monetary policy; global financial crisis; high debt levels; financial sector specialist; sovereign debt restructuring; risk of loan; per capita income; Social Safety Nets; access to finance; nonbank financial institution; advanced economy; global economic crisis; Poverty & Inequality; regulation and supervision; increase tariff; lack of transparency; credit guarantee scheme; Supply Chain Finance; loss of job; public health measures; short-term interest rate; equitable economic recovery; value added tax; global supply chain; decline in revenue; loan approval rate; international financial institution; emerging market country; private sector debt; financial sector risk; international interest rate; global financial market; financial safety net; fiscal stimulus package; sovereign debt market; consequences of insolvency; lower interest rate; banking sector fragility; cost of debt; exchange rate volatility; scale and scope; privileges and immunity; private sector company; higher interest rate; financial sector institution; financial sector assessment; subject matter expert; asset management company; lack of options; country case study; government support program; risk mitigation strategy; total labor force; financial sector reform; debt sustainability analysis; SME finance; credit reporting service; collective action clause; loss of income; asset management companies; balance sheet risk; net present value; nationally determine contribution; Learning and Innovation Credit; fiscal response; conceptual framework; income loss; private debt; global economy; development partner; formal insolvency; microfinance institution; banking system; virtuous cycle; debt crisis; asset purchase; financial health; debt service; early detection; public debt; Economic Policy; Cash Transfer; job loss; government balance; forbearance policy; debt stock; debt moratoria; bond market; contingent liabilities; contingent liability; debt forgiveness; global poverty; financial stress; lower tax; public credit; first year; social distance; regulatory forbearance; informal sector; debt burden; income shock; informal business; support measure; asset quality; financial resilience; policy tool; administrative support; Public Services; firm survey; written comment; payment arrears; machine learning; poverty action; solvency problem; administrative region; liquidity problem; recent years; human capital; debt repayment; formal bank; weak currency; early warning; engagement strategies; artificial intelligence; financial fragility; online service; graphic designer; corporate insolvency; stakeholder workshop; credit loss; emergency credit; fiscal space; accounting standards; consumer good; research institution; research institutions; future value; Green Bond; enterprise survey; political will; micro-finance bank; private debtor; low-income worker; global pandemic; short-term liquidity; financial reporting; pandemic response; digital finance; macroeconomic risk; poverty alleviation; poor household; total debt; negative growth; global debt; lending condition; stimulus policies; short-term asset; significant challenge; relief measure; road map; resolution mechanism; world war; bill collection; Public-Private Partnership; historical perspective; vulnerable group; other development; foreign state; distressed asset; consumer behavior; insolvency proceeding; increasing transparency; legal mechanism; former debtor; loan quality

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