Direct from Washington D.C., Distinguished Fellow Malcolm D. Knight comments on the IMF's world economic outlook for 2015. With inconsistencies between monetary policies of key economies and the regulatory environment, and risks being pushed into the periphery of the global financial system, how can vulnerabilities be managed? Knight notes that deep structural reforms are the way to achieve long term solutions to financial and structural crisis.
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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