Olivier Jeanne, an economist at the IMF who previously taught economics at the University of California at Berkeley, said in a piece written for VoxEU.org, an economics blog: "It is not clear how central banks would respond if deflationary consequences were to become stronger. This uncertainty is damaging confidence and carries risks to the economic order.
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