Friday, December 9, 2016

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Dominique Strauss-Kahn is a former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.

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New Policy Paradigms for a New World

One principal policy failure in the run-up to the recent crisis was a lack of imagination: we failed to appreciate just how intricate the global economic and financial web had become. Let our next fai… read more

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The IMF’s New Direction

Roughly one year ago, the global economic situation looked grim: a severe global recession, massive wealth destruction, and declines in trade and employment. But a disaster of “Great Depression” propo… read more

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The IMF’s Lending Overhaul

Too often, countries approach the IMF too late, when crises have become almost intractable, for which the Fund's sometimes heavy-handed conditionality has been partly to blame. But, under the IMF's ju… read more

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The Storm in Sub-Saharan Africa

As the world struggles with the most serious financial turmoil of the post-war era, attention has focused on the advanced and emerging-market economies most immediately affected. But the impact on poo… read more

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Confronting Fear

With fear gripping consumers, companies, and countries worldwide, talk has turned from a moderate advanced-country recession to a major world depression. But, while the dynamics of such fears are pote… read more

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