Tag Archives: structural reforms

First Greece, Now Turkey?

Is Turkey entering a deep financial crisis just as Greece exits one?

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The “Yes We Can” Minister of Nigeria

An interview with Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on her country’s future path.

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European Blame Games: A 20-Year Retrospective

What lessons can be drawn from a big crisis 20 years ago to help overcome the current malaise in Europe?

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A Real Stimulus For Japan

In designing stimulus programs, how about addressing real and neglected needs of Japan’s population?

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Italy: On the Brink Again?

Is Italy in for a renewed period of political turbulence — and delayed economic reforms?

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The Wisdom of Schäuble: There Is No Way Greece Can Fully Pay Back Its Debt

What does Greece need from the rest of Europe to avoid defaulting on its debt?

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Now Is Not the Time To Bet Against Greece

Why is it premature to speculate that Greece will default on its sovereign debt?

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Why Ireland’s Economic Boom Is No Miracle

What is the true story behind Ireland’s unprecedented economic growth?

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The IMF’s Role in Fostering Global Prosperity

Is there a “grand bargain” of promoting reforms in developing countries in exchange for financial support from rich countries?

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Europe and the Battle for France

How will the outcome of France’s presidential election resonate in Europe — and beyond?

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