Journal Issue

Index 2006—Volume 43

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
December 2006
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  • Camilla Andersenprofiles Otmar Issing, December
  • Anthony Annett, Reform in Europe: What Went Right? September


  • Back to Basics: Regressions: Why Are Economists Obsessed with Them? March;
    • Demystifying Hedge Funds, June;
    • What Is the Demographic Dividend? September;
    • Do Current Account Deficits Matter? December
  • Martin Neil Baily and Diana Farrell, Breaking Down Barriers to Growth, March
  • Robert H. Bates, Beyond the Ballot Box, December
  • Agnès Belaisch and Alessandro Zanello, Deepening Financial Ties, June
  • Abdoulaye Bio-Tchané and Benedicte Vibe Christensen, Right Time for Africa, December
  • David E. Bloom and David Canning, Booms, Busts, and Echoes, September
  • John Bryant and Audrey Sonerson, Gauging the Cost of Aging, September
  • David Burton, Wanda Tseng, and Kenneth Kang, Asia’s Winds of Change, June


  • Tim Callen, Marco Terrones, and Angela Espiritu, The Slowdown in Global Housing Markets, December
  • Giuseppe Carone and Declan Costello, Can Europe Afford to Grow Old? September
  • Jakob Christensen, Anne-Marie Gulde, and Catherine Pattillo, Bankable Assets, December
  • Daniel Citrin and Alexander Wolfson, Japan’s Back! June
  • Jeremy Cliftprofiles Asian Development Bank President Haruhiko Kuroda, March
  • Country Focus: Mozambique, March;
    • ASEAN-4 (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand), June;
    • Kazakhstan, September;
    • Central African Economic and Monetary Community, December


  • Anthony Elson, What Happened? June


  • Ambroise Fayolle, Out of the Trap, December
  • Wim Fonteyne, EU: From Monetary to Financial Union, June


  • Atish Ghosh and Uma Ramakrishnan, Do Current Account Deficits Matter? December
  • W. Todd Groome, Nicolas Blancher, and Parmeshwar Ramlogan, Aging and Financial Markets, September
  • Anne-Marie Gulde and Catherine Pattillo, Adding Depth, June
  • Sanjeev Gupta and Yongzheng Yang, Unblocking Trade, December


  • Ricardo Hausmann, Dani Rodrik, and Andrés Velasco, Getting the Diagnosis Right, March
  • Peter S. Heller, Asia: Ready or Not, September
  • Paul Hilbers, Inci Otker-Robe, and Ceyla Pazarbaşioğlu, Going Too Fast? March


  • Emmanuel Y. Jimenez and Mamta Murthi, Investing in the Youth Bulge, September
  • Simon Johnson, Jonathan D. Ostry, and Arvind Subramanian, Levers for Growth, March


  • Michael Klein, Taking Care of Business, December
  • Charles Kramer, Asia’s Investment Puzzle, June


  • Philip R. Lane and Gian Maria Milesi-Feretti, Examining Global Imbalances, March
  • Ronald Lee and Andrew Mason, What Is the Demographic Dividend? September
  • Danny Leipziger and Roberto Zagha, Getting Out of the Rut, March
  • Raymond Lim, Point of View: Creating a Globally Connected Asian Community, June


  • Calvin McDonald, Volker Treichel, and Hans Weisfeld, Enticing Investors, December


  • Catherine Pattillo, Sanjeev Gupta, and Kevin Carey, Growing Pains, March
  • People in Economics: Haruhiko Kuroda, March;
    • Paul Krugman, June;
    • Robert Mundell, September;
    • Otmar Issing, December
  • Picture This: Globalization at Work, March;
    • Asia’s Role in the World Economy, June;
    • Global Demographic Trends, September;
    • The Slowdown in Global Housing Markets, December
  • Lant Pritchett, The Quest Continues, March


  • Raghuram Rajan, Separate and Unequal, March;
    • Crabs in a Bucket, June;
    • From Paternalistic to Enabling, September;
    • The Great Game Again? December
  • Rodney Ramcharan, Regressions: Why Are Economists Obsessed with Them? March
  • Dilip Ratha, Asia’s Role in the World Economy, June
  • Larry Rosenberg and David Bloom, Global Demographic Trends, September


  • George Schieber, Lisa Fleisher, and Pablo Gottret, Getting Real on Health Financing, December
  • Dorothea Schmidt, Globalization at Work, March
  • Andrew Sheng, The Art of Reform, June
  • Straight Talk: Separate and Unequal, March;
    • Crabs in a Bucket, June;
    • From Paternalistic to Enabling, September;
    • The Great Game Again? December
  • Arvind Subramanianprofiles economist Paul Krugman, June
  • Mark Sundberg and Alan Gelb, Making Aid Count, December


  • Paul Toungui, Spend Now or Save? December
  • Adair Turner, Pension Challenges in an Aging World, September


  • Angel Ubide, Demystifying Hedge Funds, June


  • Laura Wallaceprofiles economist Robert Mundell, September
  • James T. Walsh, New Customs, March
  • Jeffrey G. Williamson, Global Migration, September


  • Roberto Zagha, Gobind Nankani, and Indermit Gill, Rethinking Growth, March


  • Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson, Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, June
  • Kern Alexander, John Eatwell, and Rahul Dhumale, Global Governance of Financial Systems, June
  • Michael Barnett and Martha Finnemore, Rules for the World: International Organizations in Global Politics, March
  • Guillermo A. Calvo, Emerging Capital Markets in Turmoil: Bad Luck or Bad Policy? September
  • Fernando Cardoso, The Accidental President of Brazil: A Memoir, December
  • Daniel Cohen, Globalization and Its Enemies, December
  • Padma Desai, Conversations on Russia: Reform from Yeltsin to Putin, December
  • William Easterly, The White Man’s Burden: Why the West’s Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good, September
  • Jeffry A. Frieden, Global Capitalism: Its Fall and Rise in the Twentieth Century, September
  • Devesh Kapur and John McHale, Give Us Your Best and Brightest, June
  • Franco Modigliani and Arun Muralidhar, Rethinking Pension Reform, June
  • Moisés Naím, Illicit: How Smugglers, Traffickers, and Copycats Are Hijacking the Global Economy, March
  • Hilton Root, Capital and Collusion: The Political Logic of Global Economic Development, December
  • Joseph E. Stiglitz and Andrew Charlton, Fair Trade for All: How Trade Can Promote Development, March

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