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Preparing for a Populist Future

April 01, 2019

2019-04-01

By T. Rowe Price

It is likely that the current era of populism is here to stay, bringing policies that directly challenge central bank independence, corporate governance, and property rights. Typically, these policies have resulted in negative economic outcomes such as unsustainable fiscal deficits and high inflation, eventually leading to slower capital formation.

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