IMF Economic Review is dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality, academic research on open economy macroeconomics. It aspires to publish the leading academic research and authors in the field. Given the IMF’s unique position, this journal will be required reading for everyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade.

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IMF Economic Review is dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality, academic research on open economy macroeconomics. It aspires to publish the leading academic research and authors in the field. Given the IMF’s unique position, this journal will be required reading for everyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade.

IMF Economic Review is dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high-quality, academic research on open economy macroeconomics. It aspires to publish the leading academic research and authors in the field. Given the IMF’s unique position, this journal will be required reading for everyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade.

“IMF Economic Review is devoted to state-of-the-art research on the global economy. Given the Fund’s unique position on the front lines of surveillance and crisis management, anyone interested in international economic policy or in macroeconomics more generally will find this journal to be essential reading.”

—Maurice Obstfeld, Class of 1958 Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley

IMF Economic Review welcomes papers on all aspects of open economy macroeconomics. Studies that borrow from, and interact with, other fields such as finance, international trade, political economy, labor, economic history or development are also welcome.

Published quarterly, in partnership with Palgrave Macmillan for the IMF.

ISSN: 2041-4161 (print); ISSN: 2041-417X (online)

For more information please visit www.palgrave.com/imfer

Thirteenth Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference: “Labor Markets through the Lens of the Great Recession”

November 8-9, 2012

The International Monetary Fund will hold the Thirteenth Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference at its headquarters in Washington, DC on November 8-9, 2012. The conference is intended to provide a forum for discussing innovative research in economics, undertaken by both IMF staff and by outside economists, and to facilitate the exchange of views among researchers and policymakers. Peter Diamond (MIT) will deliver the Mundell-Fleming Lecture.

The theme of the conference is “Labor Markets through the Lens of the Great Recession.” Further information on the conference program will be posted on the IMF website (www.imf.org).

The 2012 ARC Program Committee

International Monetary Fund

Research Department e-mail: ARC@imf.org

IMF Research Bulletin, June 2012
Author: International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.