Posted on January 12, 2015 by iMFdirect
In the end, the case for job rich, inclusive growth is not economic, it’s political, according to Nobel prize-winning economist Michael Spence.
In this podcast with the IMF, Spence discusses the growing sense in many countries that it’s mostly the wealthy population who are reaping the benefits of economic development.
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Posted on May 20, 2012 by iMFdirect
The IMF’s well written Finance & Development
magazine has recently published two helpful online compilations of articles that may be useful to students and those interested in economic issues. They are rich collections of material that are totally free!!
1. Back to Basics
— explaining some fundamental concepts in Economics and Finance
- listen to regular audio podcasts with leading experts on development issues around the world–or download from iTunes.
- and get free a neat new ipad app for IMF news and data–it lets you chart and view global economic indicators and forecasts
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