Atish Rex Ghosh is the IMF’s Historian. Previously, he was Assistant Director and Chief of the Systemic Issues Division in the IMF’s Research Department. Other assignments at the IMF have included work on the Ukrainian (1994-97) and Turkish (1998-99) stabilization programs. His current assignment involves a wide variety of analytical work on issues related to the stability of the international monetary system, including exchange rate regimes, external balance dynamics, capital flows and capital controls, monetary and foreign exchange intervention policies, debt sustainability, and public finance. Formerly Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Princeton University, he is the author of four books and of numerous articles in scholarly journals.
- From the History Books: The Rethinking of the International Monetary System
- Reclaiming Our World Post-2020
- All Hands on Deck: Confronting the Challenges of Capital Flows
- Are Capital Flows Expansionary or Contractionary? It Depends What Kind
- When Is Repaying Public Debt Not Of The Essence?
- Managing Capital Flows in Frontier Economies
- The Elusive Quest for International Policy Cooperation
- International Policy Coordination: The Loch Ness Monster