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As the latest BRICS summit approaches, the group's economic future looks bright.
IMF leaders should practise what they preach when it comes to inequality. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters This article was originally
Many, including the IMF, were initially sceptical about Indonesia's chance of generating significant revenue from the amnesty
Lifting growth and reducing inequality is especially hard in countries where workers cannot relocate easily and there are big productivity differences between services, industry, and agriculture.
Austerity might seem to visit an element of justice on the spendthrift borrowers. However, creditors who cheerfully and wildly
Some advanced economies are now operating at close to full capacity, for example, Germany and the United States. In these
The "currency" of the IMF is not the SDR: it is trust among the global general public that the institution is competent, even
The only agency with ability to correct these long-standing shortcomings in the IMF work on Greece is the US Government. That
That is where markets should now think more broadly. Instead, for months prior, there was no interest among investors in
Discussions around large current account imbalances among systemically relevant economies as a threat to the stability of the global economy faded out in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
This is the second of a series of conversations with brilliant young professionals that I have met. Veronica Ramcharan works
The U.S. has plenty of challenges at home, but an equal number of challenges abroad. Somehow, this has gotten lost in all
This is the first of a series of conversations with brilliant young professionals that I have met. Lusha Zhuang is a Chinese
Sisi is failing despite the overwhelming financial and military support of the Gulf and the West.
As world leaders head to New York this week for the United Nations General Assembly, there is still no end to the heartbreaking images of war-torn cities in the Middle East and North Africa, and of a massive exodus of people looking for sanctuary and opportunities to sustain a livelihood.
2016 will be the fifth consecutive year with global GDP growth below its long-term average of 3.7 percent (1990-2007), and 2017 may well be the sixth.
Economic and political turmoil are putting a number of countries in a tough place.