Monetary and Financial Stability During the Coronavirus Outbreak

2020-03-17T12:09:48-04:00March 11, 2020|

This blog is part of a special series on the response to the coronavirus.

By Tobias Adrian

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The global spread of the coronavirus is a human tragedy unfolding across the world. Quantifying the economic impact is complex, giving rise to significant uncertainty about the economic outlook and the associated downside risks. […]

The Current Economic Sweet Spot Is Not the “New Normal”

2019-03-14T15:55:30-04:00January 22, 2018|

By Maurice Obstfeld

January 22, 2018

Versions in عربي (Arabic),  中文 (Chinese),  Español (Spanish), Français (French), 日本語 (Japanese),  Русский (Russian)

Global growth continues to pick up and is broad based. But no matter how tempting it is to sit back and enjoy the sunshine, policy can and should move to strengthen the recovery (photo: Mumbai, India, Ingram Publishing/Newscom).

As the year 2018 begins, the world economy is gathering speed. The […]

Currency & Power

2019-03-26T16:29:57-04:00August 16, 2016|

by iMFdirect

We have a global economy, but we don’t have a global currency. Or do we?

In this podcast interview with Benjamin Cohen, professor of International Political Economy at the University of California, Cohen explains why currencies become internationalized, and examines the relationship between world currencies and State power. […]

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