Journal Issue
Finance & Development, December 2012

Index of 2012 Articles Volume 49

International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
November 2012
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Hisham Allam, Daria Sito-Sucic, Barbara Fraser, Jacqueline Deslauriers, Julian Ryall, Wale Fatade, and Tolu Ogunlesi, Voices of Youth, March

Rabah Arezki, Klaus Deininger, and Harris Selod, The Global Land Rush, March

Rabah Arezki, Arnaud Dupuy, and Alan Gelb, Spend or Send, December

Paul Ashin, Dirty Money, Real Pain, June

Irena Asmundson and Ceyda Oner, Back to Basics: What Is Money? September


Back to Basics: What Is a Bank? March; What Are Money Markets? June; What Is Money? September; What Is LIBOR? December

Bas B. Bakker and Christoph Klingen, Sheltered from the Storm, December

Alicia Bárcena, Picture This: Growing Out of Poverty, March

Bergljot Barkbu and Jesmin Rahman, Reconfiguring Growth, December

Steven Barnett, Alla Myrvoda, and Malhar Nabar, Sino-Spending, September

Francesca Bastagli, David Coady, and Sanjeev Gupta, Fair Share, December

David E. Bloom, Youth in the Balance, March

Nick Bloom, Mirko Draca, and John Van Reenen, China Prompting Western Creativity, December

Nina Budina and Andrea Schaechter, Data Spotlight: Tracking Use of Fiscal Rules, September

Adelheid Burgi-Schmelz and Alfredo M. Leone, It All Falls into Place, September


Stijn Claessens, Shedding Debt, June

Jeremy Clift, People in Economics: Minder of the Gaps, June

Bill Clinton, The Power of Cooperation, December

David Coady, Valentina Flamini, and Matias Antonio, Fueling Risk, September

Carlo Cottarelli, Straight Talk: Age of Austerity, June


Data Spotlight: G7 Borrowing from Abroad, June; Tracking Use of Fiscal Rules, September; Ballooning Balance Sheets, December

Ricardo Davico and Brian John Goldsmith, Data Spotlight: Ballooning Balance Sheets, December

J. Gregory Dees, Learning Laboratory, December

Asli Demirguc-Kunt and Leora Klapper, Picture This: Access to Banking Services, September

Kemal Derviş, World Economy: Convergence, Interdependence, and Divergence, September

Randall Dodd, Back to Basics: What Are Money Markets? June


Mohamed A. El-Erian, Stable Disequilibrium, June

Luc Eyraud and Benedict Clements, Going Green, June


Panayotis Gavras, Ratings Game, March

Gaston Gelos and Yulia Ustyugova, When Commodity Prices Surge, December

Atish Rex Ghosh, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down, March

Jeanne Gobat, Back to Basics: What Is a Bank? March

Geoff Gottlieb, Gregorio Impavido, and Anna Ivanova, Taxing Finance, September


Thomas Helbling, Commodities in Boom, June

Bernard Hoekman, Trade Policy: So Far So Good? June


Luis I. Jácome and Erlend W. Nier, Protecting the Whole, March

Sarwat Jahan and Brad McDonald, Bystanders at the Collapse, June

Emmanuel Jimenez, Elizabeth M. King, and Jee-Peng Tan, Making the Grade, March


Meral Karasulu and Sergei Dodzin, Back on the Map, September

Dean Karlan, Every Which Way We Can, December

Masahiro Kawai and Domenico Lombardi, Financial Regionalism, September

John Kiff, Back to Basics: What Is LIBOR? December

Kalpana Kochhar, Pradeep Mitra, and Reema Nayar, More Jobs, Better Jobs, June

Laura Kodres and Aditya Narain, Fixing the System, June

M. Ayhan Kose, Prakash Loungani, and Marco E. Terrones, Tracking the Global Recovery, June


Christine Lagarde, Straight Talk: Fragmentation Risks, September

Prakash Loungani, People in Economics: An American Globalist, March; People in Economics: A Project in Every Port, December


Kishore Mahbubani, The Global Village Has Arrived, September

Camelia Minoiu, Caught in the Web, September

Hanan Morsy, Scarred Generation, March


Malhar Nabar and Olaf Unteroberdoerster, A Change in Focus, September


Demetrios G. Papademetriou, Migration Meets Slow Growth, September

People in Economics: C. Fred Bergsten, March; Laura D’Andrea Tyson, June; Justin Yifu Lin, September; Jeffrey Sachs, December

Picture This: Growing Out of Poverty, March; Water for People, June; Access to Banking Services, September; Investing in People, December

Eswar Prasad and Lei Ye, Will the Renminbi Rule? March

Marina Primorac, Good Works, December


Natalie Ramírez-Djumena, Picture This: Water for People, June

Martin Ravallion, A Relative Question, December

Tamara Razin, Marcelo Dinenzon, and Martin McCanagha, Data Spotlight: G7 Borrowing from Abroad, June

Ana Revenga and Sudhir Shetty, Empowering Women Is Smart Economics, March

James L. Rowe, Jr., The Crisis and Beyond, June


Alfred Schipke, Snapshot of Another Monetary Union, March

Nemat Shafik, Straight Talk: Stolen Dreams, March; Straight Talk: Rethinking Sustainable Development, December

Anoop Singh, Sonali Jain-Chandra, and Adil Mohommad, Out of the Shadows, June

Straight Talk: Stolen Dreams, March; Age of Austerity, June; Fragmentation Risks, September; Rethinking Sustainable Development, December

Murtaza Syed and James P. Walsh, The Tiger and the Dragon, September


Dirk Van Damme, Corinne Heckmann, and Elisabeth Villoutreix, Picture This: Investing in People, December

Book Reviews

Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson, Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty, March

Olivier J. Blanchard, David Romer, A. Michael Spence, and Joseph E. Stiglitz, eds., In the Wake of the Crisis: Leading Economists Reassess Economic Policy, March

Janet Byrne (editor), The Occupy Handbook, June

Tyler Cowen, An Economist Gets Lunch, June

Yegor Gaidar, Russia: A Long View, September

Jane Gleeson-White, Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance, September

Harold James, Making the European Monetary Union, December

Paul Krugman, End This Depression Now! June

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Reforming the Unreformable: Lessons from Nigeria, September

Monica Prasad, The Land of Too Much: American Abundance and the Paradox of Poverty, December

Robert J. Shiller, Finance and the Good Society, March

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