Preview: The Economist Magazine – Oct 8, 2022

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A new macroeconomic era is emerging. What will it look like?

A great rebalancing between governments and central banks is under way.

For months there has been turmoil in financial markets and growing evidence of stress in the world economy. You might think that these are just the normal signs of a bear market and a coming recession. But, as our special report this week lays out, they also mark the painful emergence of a new regime in the world economy—a shift that may be as consequential as the rise of Keynesianism after the second world war, and the pivot to free markets and globalisation in the 1990s.

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