International Monetary Fund (Books and Journals)
- Manual on Fiscal Transparency International Monetary Fund, 2008
- Manual de transparencia fiscal International Monetary Fund, 2008
- Manuel sur la transparence des ﬁnances publiques International Monetary Fund, 2008
- IMF Research Bulletin From No. 2-3, September 2001 to No. 22-1, June 2020 International Monetary Fund, 2008
- Finance & Development Magazine From No. 35-1, March 1998 to No. 57-2, June 2020 International Monetary Fund, 2008
- Financial Soundness. Indicators Compilation Guide International Monetary Fund, 2006
- Foreign Direct Investment. Trends, Data Availability, Concepts, and Recording Practices by: International Monetary Fund, 2004
- Guidelines for Public Debt Management International Monetary Fund, 2003
- Foreign Direct Investment Statistics. How Countries Measure FDI 2001 International Monetary Fund, 2003
- Suppressing the financing of Terrorism International Monetary Fund, 2003
- IMF Survey From No. 25-9, September 1996 to No. 45-7, July 2016 International Monetary Fund, 1970
Beyond the Crisis
Now is the time to take advantage of this opportunity to build a better world.
The Long Economic Hangover of Pandemics
History shows COVID-19’s economic fallout may be with us for decades.
Lifelines in Danger
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to dry up a vital source of income for poor and fragile countries.
Broadly shared identity can be the basis for the sense of shared destiny that is at the core of good politics.
Preparing for an Unknown World
We must collectively work toward resolving the problems exposed by the crisis.
Six prominent thinkers reflect on how the pandemic has changed the world.
- Inclusion in Economics: Interview with Sole Martinez Peria
Trust is at rock bottom, and we must urgently restore it.
- Good Jobs for Young People: A Policy Imperative to Reduce Inequality
Andreas Adriano profiles MIT’s J-PAL, where Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee are reinventing development economics.
- Can You Put a Price on That? The Cost of Female Guilt at Work
The Devil Is in the Details
If properly designed, tax-based fiscal consolidation does not have to be politically costly.
- She, Robot: Women's Employment in the Face of Automation
Caught by a Cresting Debt Wave
Past debt crises can teach developing economies to cope with COVID-19 financing shocks.
- The Snowball Effect: How the Rich Get Richer
On Central Bank Independence
The author of Unelected Power discusses constitutionalist central banking in a world of inert politics.
- Inequality and the Conduct of Monetary Policy
Reckoning with Systemic Hazards
The 21st century is set to be one of massive disruptions that pose serious threats to society.
- Falling off the Ladder: Why So Few Female Economics Professors?
The Medellín Miracle
Former mayor Federico Gutiérrez discusses how prioritizing security and sustainability paved the way for a 21st century city.
- The Perspective from Home
- Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism, Anne Case and Angus Deaton
- Turning Point
- Backstage: The Story Behind India's High Growth Years, Montek Singh Ahluwalia
The Political Economy of Economic Policy
We should pay closer attention to the interactions between politics, economics, and other realms.
Aruba’s new banknotes spotlight the heroes among its flora and fauna.
Immigrant Swan Song
Immigration can solve the demographic dilemma, but not without the right policies.
Getting Older but Not Poorer
As societies age worldwide, pensions and public policies must adapt.
Photography and reporting by SAHIBA CHAWDHARY, New Delhi, India.
Peter J. Walker profiles Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell, a founder of modern pension research.