Jonathan D. Ostry is Deputy Director of the IMF’s Research Department. In his current position, he oversees policy and research work related to the IMF-FSB Early Warning Exercise, vulnerabilities exercises for advanced and emerging market countries, multilateral exchange rate surveillance, and issues related to the international financial architecture. Past positions include leading the division that produces the IMF’s flagship multilateral surveillance publication, the World Economic Outlook, and leading country teams on Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and Singapore. He is the author/editor of numerous books on international macro policy issues and articles in scholarly journals.
- The IMF’s Work on Inequality: Bridging Research and Reality
- Are Capital Flows Expansionary or Contractionary? It Depends What Kind
- When Is Repaying Public Debt Not Of The Essence?
- Managing Capital Flows in Frontier Economies
- Treating Inequality with Redistribution: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?
- International Policy Coordination: The Loch Ness Monster
- Capital Controls: When Are Multilateral Considerations of the Essence?
- The Case for a Managed Float under Inflation Targeting
- Warning! Inequality May Be Hazardous to Your Growth
- Watch this (Fiscal) Space: Assessing Room for Fiscal Maneuver in Advanced Countries