The Asia-Pacific region continues to be the world leader in growth, and recent data point to a pickup in momentum.
Financial stability has continued to improve since the October 2016 issue. Economic activity has gained momentum, amid broadly accommodative monetary and financial conditions, spurring hopes for reflation.
Global economic activity is picking up with a long-awaited cyclical recovery in investment, manufacturing, and trade.
This volume discusses how history can inform current debates about the functioning and challenges of the international monetary system.
This book provides perspectives on critical challenges confronting central banks in Latin America.
This book provides policymakers, academics, and the public with valuable information about policies and institutions in China today.
Do elections influence budgetary policies? Is political fragmentation associated with the degree of fiscal discipline? What is the role of political ideology? If politics affects fiscal outcomes, can fiscal rules and institutions make a difference?