"[W]hen economic recessions have been deeper and more severe, the early stages of the subsequent recovery have been stronger. Much of this has to do with simple math. Larger contractions leave an economy further below its full-capacity potential, allowing for a quicker pace of growth to get back to its former level. Smaller contractions leave economies nearer their potential level and thus require less growth to return to full capacity."
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