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Navigating the New Normal in Industrial Countries

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Series: per Jacobson lecture

Author(s): International Monetary Fund

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 15 December 2010

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5089/9781455211685.028

ISBN: 9781455211685

Keywords: Financial statements, Public expenditure review, Banking, Unemployment, Public sector, MISC PERIOD, Misc., country, Mohamed A. El-Erian, industrial country

This paper discusses about the fact that longer the recognition problems persist, the greater the risk of continued 'active inertia' and disappointing outcomes. The possibility of policy mistakes and business accid...

Navigating the New Normal in Industrial Countries

Navigating the New Normal in Industrial Countries »

Source: Navigating the New Normal in Industrial Countries

Series: per Jacobson lecture

Author(s): International Monetary Fund

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 15 December 2010

ISBN: 9781455211685

Keywords: Financial statements, Public expenditure review, Banking, Unemployment, Public sector, MISC PERIOD, Misc., country, Mohamed A. El-Erian, industrial country

Opening Remarks ANDREW CROCKETT: Well, good morning, everybody, and welcome to this year’s Per Jacobsson Lecture. My name is Andrew Crockett, and I am Chairman of the Per Jacobsson F...

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Source: Navigating the New Normal in Industrial Countries

Series: per Jacobson lecture

Author(s): International Monetary Fund

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 15 December 2010

ISBN: 9781455211685

Keywords: Financial statements, Public expenditure review, Banking, Unemployment, Public sector, MISC PERIOD, Misc., country, Mohamed A. El-Erian, industrial country

This paper discusses about the fact that longer the recognition problems persist, the greater the risk of continued 'active inertia' and disappointing outcomes. The possibility of policy mistakes and business accid...