Journal Issue

Index of articles for 2004

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
December 2004
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  • Mary Amiti and Shang-Jin Wei, Demystifying Outsourcing, December

  • Anthony Annett and Albert Jaeger, Europe’s Quest for Fiscal Discipline, June

  • Kenneth J. Arrow, New Antimalarial Drugs: Biology and Economics Meet, March


  • Rina Bhattacharya and Benedict Clements, Calculating the Benefits of Debt Relief, December

  • David E. Bloom, David Canning, and Dean T. Jamison, Health, Wealth, and Welfare, March

  • Tito Boeri, New Citizens, Old Borders, June

  • James M. Boughton and Zia Qureshi, From Vision to Action, September

  • James M. Boughton, IMF at 60, September

  • Andrea Bubula and Inci Otker-Robe, The Continuing Bipolar Conundrum, March


  • Agustín G. Carstens, Daniel C. Hardy, and Ceyla Pazarbaşioğlu, Avoiding Banking Crises in Latin America, September

  • Benedict Clements, Sanjeev Gupta, Alexander Pivovarsky, and Erwin R. Tiongson, Foreign Aid: Grants versus Loans, September

  • Daniel Cohen, Putting a Stop to Self-Fulfilling Crises, September

  • Jean Philippe Cotis, Growing Pains, June

  • Country Focus: Brazil December; India, June; Nigeria, September; The United States, March


  • Jacques de Larosière, Michel Camdessus, and Horst Köhler, How Should the IMF Be Reshaped? September

  • Michael Deppler, Beyond Integration, June

  • Elisa Diehlprofiles Alice Rivlin, June


  • Evaluating the Evaluator, March


  • Hamid Faruqee, Euro Turns Five, June

  • Chris Faulkner-MacDonagh and Martin Mühleisen, Are U.S. Households Living Beyond Their Means? March


  • Robert Hecht, Amie Batson, and Logan Brenzel, Making Health Care Accountable, March

  • Peter Heller, Pedantry or Prudence: How Does the IMF Account for Grants and Loans? December

  • Richard Hemming and Teresa Ter-Minassian, Making Room for Public Investment, December

  • Paul Hilbers and Matthew T. Jones, What If… ? December

  • G. Nguyen Tien Hung, Bank on Wheels, June


  • The IMF Story—a time line, September

  • Jacqueline Irving, profiles Linah Mohohlo, December


  • Chungwon Kang, View from the Inside, June

  • Cem Karacadag, Rupa Duttagupta, Gilda Fernandez, and Shogo Ishii, From Fixed to Float: Fear No More, December

  • Peter B. Kenen, with comments by Karin Lissakers, Jean-Claude Milleron, and Carol Welch, Appraising the IMF’s Performance, March

  • M. Ayhan Kose and Eswar Prasad, Liberalizing Capital Account Restrictions, September

  • M. Ayhan Kose, Eswar S. Prasad, and Marco E. Terrones, Taking the Plunge Without Getting Hurt, December


  • Elizabeth Littlefield and Richard Rosenberg, Microfinance and the Poor, June

  • Prakash Lounganiprofiles Martin Feldstein, March

  • Prakash Loungani, Trading Places: Measuring Income Mobility, March


  • Paul Masson and Catherine Pattillo, A Single Currency for Africa? December

  • Ian S. McDonald, 40 Years On, June

  • John McMillan and Oleh Havrylyshyn, Reform: What Pace Works Best? September


  • Witold M. Orlowski, Accelerate Change, June


  • Picture This: Agricultural Trade: Reaping a Rich Harvest from Doha, December; Can Europe Afford to Grow Old? June; Checking Up on Health, March; Forces Shaping the IMF of Tomorrow, September


  • Raghuram Rajan, How Useful Are Clever Solutions? March; Why Are Structural Reforms So Difficult? June; Assume Anarchy? September; Odious or Just Malodorous? December

  • Martin Ravallion and Shaohua Chen, Learning from Success, December

  • Cyrus Rustomjee, Why Developing Countries Need a Stronger Voice, September


  • Susan Schadler, Charting a Course Toward Successful Euro Adoption,

  • June Anwar Shah and Mark Schacter, Combating Corruption: Look Before You Leap, December

  • Arvind Subramanian, Medicines, Patents, and TRIPS, March


  • Alan M. Taylor, Global Finance: Past and Present, March


  • Leo Van Houtven, Rethinking IMF Governance, September


  • Laura Wallaceprofiles Amartya Sen, September

  • David Walton, Angel Ubide, and Mark Hallerberg, How Should the Stability and Growth Pact Be Reformed? June

Book Reviews

  • Kaushik Basu (editor), India’s Emerging Economy: Performance and Prospects in the 1990s and Beyond, December

  • Jagdish Bhagwati, In Defense of Globalization, March

  • Stanley Fischer, IMF Essays From a Time of Crisis: The International Financial System, Stabilization, and Development, December

  • Franklin Foer, How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization, September

  • Theodore Friend, Indonesian Destinies, June

  • Robert Guest, The Shackled Continent: Power, Corruption, and African Lives, December

  • Geoff Hill, The Battle for Zimbabwe, December

  • Philippe Legrain, Open World: The Truth About Globalization, September

  • Ann Pettifor (editor), Real World Economic Outlook, March

  • Lex Rieffel, Restructuring Sovereign Debt, March

  • Javier Santiso, The Political Economy of Emerging Markets, June

  • Strobe Talbott, Engaging India: Diplomacy, Democracy, and the Bomb, December

  • Edwin M. Truman, Inflation Targeting in the World Economy, June

  • James Raymond Vreeland, The IMF and Economic Development, September

  • Martin Wolf, Why Globalization Works, September

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