Tag: IMF

GDP@Risk: A New Metric Worth Noting

Last month, the Paris climate change accord became active, and already we are starting to see some interesting research developing as a consequence of that international initiative. One of the more […]

It’s Time to Start Thinking About an “IMF of Weather”

Of all the forthcoming impacts of increasing climate volatility, the one that seems to be hitting the developed nations first is the topic of increased flooding and the severe impact […]

Understanding the Origins of Fiscal Transparency

The IMF has recently published working paper by Timothy C. Irwin (Shining a Light on the Mysteries of State: The Origins of Fiscal Transparency in Western Europe) which I found a very […]

Dawns Without Roosters? Making More Women Leaders

The June Issue of the IMF magazine “Finance and Development” features an interesting article by Rohini Pande and Petia Topalova discussing the results of a social experiment in India that […]