The need for change for an unknown phenomenon
A look at the content published in the domestic and foreign media shows that there is one thing in common. Almost none of the consequences of this virus are clear and relatively accurate, and only a series of possible probabilities and scenarios are being investigated.
In the third decade of the twenty-first century, the world economy is facing new and amazing phenomena that have no estimates of its progress and the possible consequences of the recession. If the global recession hit the world in 2008, there would have been a recession in the early twentieth century and there would have been lessons to be learned. But now there is no previous experience of the economic consequences of the Crown recession.
Failure to recognize the new phenomenon, which is creating a stagnant recession, has made it difficult to deal with. It is not clear how efficient the policies designed to deal with this phenomenon will be and how much they will reduce the consequences of this phenomenon.
What is clear and unequivocal is that the world economy is in a special and complex situation, and all countries will face a slowdown in economic growth and a deep recession.
This global recession comes as Iran's economy has entered one of its worst recessions in two years, and the government has a severe budget deficit next year.