Is Generation Z a thorn in the side of central banks?

Generation Z, born between 1996 and 2012, will soon represent a larger share of the labor market than baby boomers. However, central banks currently have no economic data on this generation to predict their behavior in the event of a recession. Why should economists and politicians not underestimate the importance of this generation? Reply to John Plassard, investment specialist at Mirabaud. Ecorama of November 24, 2023 by David Jacquot(1) at

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