The world is experiencing unprecedented demographic changes. These shifts in the population growth rate and age structure are affecting the global economy from both the supply and demand side.
A critical challenge for Indonesia’s economic development is to deepen its financial markets while maintaining financial stability.
The output gap—the deviation of actual output from potential—is a key input into macroeconomic policy decisions, from examining fiscal sustainability to determining the monetary policy stance.
Most pollsters covering Malaysia’s 14 GE predicted an easy victory for the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition headed by Prime Minister Najib Razak.