Value-added tax data could help countries prepare better for crises

How would an armed conflict, an epidemic, or a flood affect the economy? “Being able to assess—perhaps even predict—the economic impact of such crises is essential when it comes to mitigating and counteracting the damage,” says Christian Diem from the Complexity Science Hub (CSH).

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