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1. Boom-bust Cycles Revisited: The Role of Credit Supply

2. Regional Financial Cooperation in East Asia from a New Perspective

3. China’s FDI in Europe and Europe’s Policy Response

4. Fiscal resiliency in a deeply uncertain world: The role of semiautonomous discretion

5. Startups in the United States during the pandemic reflect some dynamism amid job losses

6. Creation of a European Solidarity Funds: Directing Europeans’ savings towards their growth companies

7. When more delivers less: Comparing the US and French COVID-19 crisis responses

8. A possible IMF Pandemic Support Facility for emerging-market countries

9. Lebanon's monetary meltdown tests the limits of central banking

10. Sovereign debt relief in the global pandemic: Lessons from the 1980s

11. Financing the United Nations Secretariat: Resolving the UN’s Liquidity Crisis

12. It’s Time for a New Deal

13. Iran Has a Slow Motion Banking Crisis

14. Keeping Up with the Future: Upgrading Forecasts of Political Instability and Geopolitical Risk

15. Hezbollah Prioritizes Its Own Interests, Putting Lebanon at Risk

16. Global Forums: Are They Must or Waste for the Global Governance?

17. Great Expectations: Is the IMF Turning Words into Action on Inequality?

18. Economic Distress and the Inevitability of an Economic Recovery Programme

19. Assessing the Governance Practices of Sustainability Reporting

20. Does the Level of Public Debt Matter?

21. Brazil’s Perception of the Visegrad Group: Not a Strategic but a Prospective Partnership

22. Answering Questions About the Commodity Slump: A Summary from the 2015 NRGI Conference

23. The 2015 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

24. Populist Movements: A Driving Force behind Recent Renationalization Trends

25. Ukraine and the IMF's Evolving Debt Crisis Narrative

26. The 2015 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

27. China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socioeconomic Rebalancing

28. Afghanistan's Continuing Fiscal Crisis: No End In Sight

29. Service Sector Reform in China

30. : From Rapid Recovery to Slowdown: Why Recent Economic Growth in Latin America Has Been Slow

31. Too Much Finance, or Statistical Illusion?

32. From Populist Destabilization to Reform and Possible Debt Relief in Greece

33. Fiscal Tightening and Economic Growth: Exploring Cross-Country Correlations

34. Germany and the Future of the Eurozone

35. A Proposed Code to Discipline Local Content Requirements

36. Income Inequality Developments in the Great Recession

37. The IMF's Preferred Creditor Status: Does It Still Make Sense After the Euro Crisis?

38. Egypt's Solvency Crisis

39. A Failure to Cooperate? Raising the Risks and Challenges of Exiting Unconventional Monetary Policies

40. Is China's Property Market Heading toward Collapse?

41. Afghanistan's Looming Fiscal Crisis: What Can Be Done?

42. Why Bail-In Securities Are Fool's Gold

43. Understanding Differences in Growth Performance in Latin America and Developing Countries between the Asian and Global Financial Crises

44. Beyond the Euro Crisis: European constitutional dilemmas and Treaty amendments

45. Is the EMU ready for future shocks? An overview of available backstops

46. What future for the eurozone? Combining discipline, solidarity and institutional reforms

47. Economic forecast summary: July 2014

48. The Sovereign Debt Forum: Expanding Our Tool Kit for Handling Sovereign Crises

49. The German Election: No vote for Europe?

50. Fighting the Fed

51. If the Fed threshold changes

52. Draghi's "Whatever it takes" speech was turning point in euro crisis

53. US recovery on track

54. Our bond market, your problem?

55. Faster taper – limited impact

56. UK housing market: bellows to a bubble?

57. The case for rising US corporate capex

58. Iceland and Europe: Drifting further apart?

59. Three Options for the EU: Assessing the EU's powers in a true economic and political union

60. China's Credit Boom: New Risks Require New Reforms

61. Lehman Died, Bagehot Lives: Why Did the Fed and Treasury Let a Major Wall Street Bank Fail?

62. The added value of CSDP operations

63. Towards a Deeper EMU: An assessment of political divisions within the EU


65. Geopolitical Shifts in the Eastern Mediterranean

66. What if the Next Financial Crisis Hits the Banking Union? A Call for an "If All Else Fails" Clause

67. Updating The EMU: Differentiated economic integration in the European Union

68. The Asset Quality Review and Capital Needs: Why re-capitalise banks with public money?

69. Net Neutrality and Mandatory Network-Sharing: How to disconnect the continent

70. Policy Lessons for Macroeconomic and Financial Crisis Management in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean

71. The Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure and Germany: When is a current account surplus an 'imbalance'?

72. Pushing the Turbo Button: What Next for the Polishâ?"Romanian Strategic Partnership?

73. Poland and Spain: How to Cooperate in a Europe in Flux

74. Stabilizing Properties of Flexible Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis

75. Governing the Federal Reserve System after the Dodd-Frank Act

76. An Economic NATO: A New Alliance for a New Global Order

77. Reconciling IMF rules and international investment agreements: An innovative derogation for capital controls

78. Country Economic Forecasts: Thailand

79. Country Economic Forecasts: Germany

80. Country Economic Forecasts: Czech Republic

81. Bringing Stability to Europe: Why Europe needs a banking union

82. The Climate 'Fiscal Cliff': An evaluation of Fast Start Finance and lessons for the future

83. A New Paradigm? Prospects and Challenges for U.S. Global Leadership

84. How Can Trade Policy Help America Compete?

85. The Coming Resolution of the European Crisis: An Update

86. Southern Europe Ignores Lessons from Latvia at Its Peril

87. Restoring Fiscal Equilibrium in the United States

88. Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, May 2012

89. Does Monetary Cooperation or Confrontation Lead to Successful Fiscal Consolidation?

90. The Coming Resolution of the European Crisis

91. Spain's fiscal targets should be eased

92. The Fed moves to provide more transparency

93. Fixing Mortgage Finance: What to Do with the Federal Housing Administration?

94. Constructing a German Europe? Germany's Europe Debate Revisited

95. Stepping up Growth Policies

96. Gold Exchange Standard in its 40th Year of Abolition: Jacques Rueff Re-Visited

97. Interest Rate Shock and Sustainability of Italy's Sovereign Debt

98. Liquidity in times of crisis: Even the ESM needs it

99. In Search of Symmetry in the Eurozone

100. Macroeconomic Imbalances in the Euro Area: Symptom or cause of the crisis?