IMF Economic Review (IMFER) is dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality, context-related academic research that addresses important policy questions, including:
» Macroeconomic implications of financial crises
» Economic and financial spillovers
» Policy responses to crises
» Fiscal policy and stabilization
» Policy responses to commodity price movements
» Monetary and macroprudential policies
The journal is essential reading for anyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade.
The IMF Economic Review is pleased to share highlights from recent issues, which are free to read online through July 31, 2015:
Dilemma Not Trilemma? Capital Controls and Exchange Rates with Volatile Capital Flows
Emmanuel Farhi and Iván Werning
Policy Corner: Have We Found an Age of Secular Stagnation?
Lawrence H. Summers
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