Francesco Grigoli is an Economist in the World Economic Studies Division of the IMF’s Research Department. Previously, he worked in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs and Western Hemisphere Departments and was a visiting scholar at Columbia University. His research focuses on real-time macroeconomic policy and its effectiveness, consumption and saving dynamics, expectations, uncertainty, income inequality, and expenditure efficiency.
- COVID’s Impact in Real Time: Finding Balance Amid the Crisis
- Central Bank Credibility Pays Off in Times of Stress
- Wanted: Policies to Encourage and Enable Work in Advanced Economies
- A New Twist in the Link Between Inequality and Economic Development
- Making Monetary Policy Decisions in the Dark
- Banking on the Government