International cooperation is essential to manage the costs and maximize the benefits of adaptation, particularly for the most vulnerable countries.
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Andreas Tudyka works in the European Department of the IMF, where he is the main desk economist for the Czech Republic. Previously, he held desk appointments for Estonia and Latvia, and worked in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs and Middle East and Central Asia Departments, where he worked on IMF-supported programs for Afghanistan and Pakistan. He has contributed to multilateral surveillance […]
Philip Barrett is an economist in the IMF’s Research Department. Since joining the IMF in 2016 he has worked in the Fiscal Affairs Department and the Middle East and Central Asia Department, covering Afghanistan and Iran. His research interests include fiscal policy, social unrest, and climate change. He holds a PhD from the University of Chicago.
Karen Ongley is an Advisor in the IMF’s African Department and is currently Mission Chief for Sierra Leone. Since joining the IMF in 1998, Karen has worked on a range of low- and middle-income economies including Afghanistan, Albania, Egypt, Jordan, Nigeria, Yemen, and West Bank & Gaza. She has also worked extensively on IMF lending policies and other policy […]
December 4, 2017
Population growth and technological innovation don’t […]