Economic Shock and Implications

COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on our economy. Since the start of the crisis, governments across the world have spent billions attempting to protect industries and jobs. This section explores the implications for financial markets, the prospects for a quick recovery, and why the pandemic is exacerbating existing socio-economic inequalities.

Economic fall-out and recovery

Alban de Mailly Nesle

Group Chief Risk & Investment Officer, AXA

Impact on the insurance industry

An acceleration of key trends in a COVID-19 world

Georges Desvaux

Group Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer, AXA

Lily Fang

AXA Chair in Financial Market Risk

INSEAD (France)

The social divide

Debra Roberts

Member of AXA Research Fund’s Scientific Board

Head, Sustainable and Resilient City Initiatives Unit, eThekwini Municipality (South Africa)

Luigi Guiso

AXA Chair in Household Finance & Insurance

Einaudi Institute for the Economy and Finance (Italy)

Health insurance in emerging markets

Garance Wattez-Richard

Head of AXA Emerging Customers

Geopolitics and Covid-19

Implications for the international order, democracy and privacy

J. Peter Burgess

AXA Chair in the Geopolitics of Risk

Ecole Normale Supérieure, France


Research Fund

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