John Lipsky was First Deputy Managing Director of the IMF from 2006 until November 2011. He was previously Vice Chairman of the JPMorgan investment bank. Lipsky earlier was JPMorgan’s Chief Economist, and Chase Manhattan Bank’s Chief Economist and Director of Research. He spent a decade at the IMF in the 1970s and 1980s, helping to manage the Fund’s exchange rate surveillance procedure and to analyze developments in international capital markets.
- 2011—A Pivotal Year for Global Cooperation
- Macro-Prudential Policies: Putting the “Big Picture” into Financial Sector Regulation
- Forewarned Is Forearmed: How the Early Warning Exercise Expands the IMF’s Surveillance Toolkit
- Don’t Forget Financial Sector Reform
- 2010 Outlook: New Year, New Decade, New Challenges
- Looking Beyond the Crisis
- Fixing the Financial System
- Jackson Hole conference: A Grand Teton Perspective. . .