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the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The White House's Office of Management and Budget originally proposed the $108 … between the U.S. Treasury's borrowing costs and interest received from the IMF. These estimates are conservative and …
The IMF’s most recent World Economic Outlook (WEO), published last week, projects world economic growth will slow, from … continuing fiscal stimulus in weak economies, and a bias against fiscal consolidation. However, this paper finds that the IMF …
This paper is part of a discussion between CEPR and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) regarding CEPR’s paper, “IMF …-Supported Macroeconomic Policies and the World Recession: A Look at Forty-One Borrowing Countries.” An IMF representative presented a response … CEPR paper examined IMF agreements with 41 countries during the current global recession and found that 31 of the 41 …
This paper looks at three countries that have been hard-hit by the world economic recession, and have turned to the IMF … that have resulted from the downturn. Instead, the governments’ responses to the downturn as well as IMF conditions for …
This paper finds that 31 of 41 of countries with current International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreements have been …
This paper looks at the planned austerity measures in Spain, the rationale for the spending cuts and tax increases, likely outcomes for future debt-to-GDP ratios, and the probable results of alternative policies.
perceived risk of a balance of payments crisis. However, the author notes that the IMF could help prevent a balance of payments …
This paper briefly reviews the IMF’s current practices and policy-making in the context of a proposed quadrupling of … IMF resources to $1 trillion dollars, and a consequent increase in the Fund’s influence over economic policy-making in … developing countries. It finds that the IMF is still prescribing inappropriate policies that could unnecessarily exacerbate …
this debt is scheduled to be canceled under Haiti’s participation in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank …
The Argentine economy has grown 94 percent for the years 2002-2011, using International Monetary Fund projections for the end of this year. This is the fastest growth in the Western Hemisphere for this period, and among the highest growth rates in the world. It also compares favorably to...