The IMF’s role in the euro crisis

April 16, 2015

The IMF’s role in the euro crisis

CIGI Senior Fellow Miranda Xafa discusses the controversial role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a junior partner to European institutions, including the European Central Bank and European Commission, in response to the euro crisis. Xafa also considers the IMF's new proposed approach and what impact debt reprofiling could have had were it implemented when the Greek program was set in 2010.  

Meeting of the International Monetary Fund in the Spring and Fall. Discussions and commentaries touch on a range of timely issues related to the global economy.
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