The economy has just begun to recover from the coronavirus crisis, but it is not out of the woods. How can we take away the life-support system without threatening the fragile recovery — but also without creating problems with monetary injections that are too big and cause a monetary glut? This is a crucial problem for central banks and governments. There is no simple answer. But we’ll look for an answer with Professor Konstantin Egorov from the New Economics School and Professor Oleg Vyugin from the Higher School of Economics in the new edition the podcast "Economics Out Loud" from the New Economics School.