Finance & Development Magazine
- International Monetary Fund
- Publication date:
- Nbr. 56-2, June 2019
- Nbr. 56-1, March 2019
- Nbr. 55-4, December 2018
- Nbr. 55-3, September 2018
- Nbr. 55-2, June 2018
- Nbr. 55-1, March 2018
- Nbr. 54-4, December 2017
- Nbr. 54-3, September 2017
- Nbr. 54-2, June 2017
- Nbr. 54-1, March 2017
- Nbr. 53-4, December 2016
- Nbr. 53-3, September 2016
- Nbr. 53-2, June 2016
- Nbr. 53-1, March 2016
- Nbr. 52-4, December 2015
- Nbr. 52-3, September 2015
- Nbr. 52-2, June 2015
- Nbr. 52-1, March 2015
- Nbr. 51-4, December 2014
- Nbr. 51-3, September 2014
- Equality for All
- Making it in India
Women struggle to break down barriers to starting a business.
- Japan's gender gap
A lack of gender equality in career opportunity and long work hours perpetuate wage differences.
- Does a minimum wage help workers?
An overly generous wage may prompt employers to cut jobs.
- The growth forecast puzzle
With vast technological change afoot, why are long-term growth forecasts becoming more pessimistic?
- A global imperative
Empowering women is critical for the world’s economy and people.
- Invested in gender diversity
Asset owners and asset managers push to enhance gender diversity at all leadership levels.
- Class analyst
Chris Wellisz profiles Branko Milanovic, a leading scholar of inequality.
- Citizenship and growth
Inclusive citizenship laws tend to foster economic development.
- Dance of the trillions: developing countries and global finance
- Is There a Remittance Trap?
High levels of remittances can spark a vicious cycle of economic stagnation and...
- Agent Provocateur
Jeremy Clift talks to Hélène Rey, professor of economics at the London Business...
- Women in Charge
A policy experiment in India suggests that placing female leaders in positions of power can dramatically change public...
- The Internet of Trust
Created to avoid banks, bitcoin’s blockchain technology may end up helping...
- Monetary Policy in the Digital Age
Crypto assets may one day reduce demand for central bank...
- Creating fiscal space
- Chained Value
The growth of multicountry manufacturing is changing how the world’s income and growth are...
- Hidden Value
Public-private partnerships have been criticized as too costly, but when the whole economic picture is considered, they look much...
- LateÂ Bloomer
profiles David Autor, the MIT economist who has done pathbreaking work on the effects of imports on the US labor...
- Safe and SoundÂ
International financial regulators help ensure the safety and soundness of diverse financial...