Macro-Economy and Globalization
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As the US Federal Reserve Board slowly moves away from the expansionary monetary policy it has pursued for a long time, the debate over the consequences for emerging markets is still raging on Wall Street. By Tiziana Barghini February 3, 2014 A...
EasyJet’s 2013 results are the latest coup for laid-back CEO McCall; Ryanair’s ‘macho’ O’Leary promises friendlier skies ByGilly Wright Ryanair: Attitude Adjustment When EasyJet in November reported a pre-tax profit of ...
In a new book, the former Fed boss once again sees almost no connection between his low interest-rate policies and the real estate bubble that slammed the financial markets. By Valentina Pasquali In less than a decade, Alan Greenspan went from bei...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 10:00 am. In response to the 2008–09 global financial crisis, advanced economies have conducted a variety of unconventional monetary policies. This seminar aims to discuss a range of topical ques...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 2:00 pm: Emerging markets have played an important role on the global economic stage. More recently, a second group of countries—the Frontier economies—are receiving increased attention. There ...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Thursday, October 10, 2:00 pm. This debate will focus on how policymakers could collaborate globally to better manage the downside risks and durably boost jobs and growth. Join the conversation via #GlobalDebate ...
Norway's leading party in the upcoming election wants to break up the country's Government Pension Fund—the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world. This could erode much of the impact and influence—and leadership—that Norway provides to global SWFs, an...
After six years of recession the International Monetary Fund concedes that it "badly underestimated the damage that austerity would do to Greece’s economy”–a bit of an understatement given that the original projections were that Greece would lose 5.5% of its ec...
Raghuram Rajan’s appointment last week to the top post at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) –the country’s central bank–was announced with the fanfare normally reserved for events such as the recent birth of a royal baby in London. By Valentina Pasquali ...