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Maurice Obstfeld as the New Chief-economist of the IMF – What Can We Expect From Him?
Maurice Obstfeld as the new Chief Economist of the IMF – what can we expect from him? Introduction In the period 2006-2008 the IMF was confronted with its most serious challenge. Previous problems were all local, and the task of … Continue reading
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