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IMF Economic Review , published with Palgrave Macmillan, is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund. The journal provides a rigorous analytical forum for discussing some of the most important policy questions of our time. The next issue of the IMF Economic Review (Vol. 65, No. 3) is a special issue on “Exchange Rates and External Adjustment” that features key papers presented at a conference organized with the Swiss National Bank. Articles look at issues such as the impact of portfolio choice on external rebalancing; the role

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policy and are executed using state of the art tools so as to make the analysis compelling. Given this, it is not surprising that the Review’s impact on the profession has grown steeply since it was first published in 2010.” IMF Economic Review is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund and is published by Palgrave Macmillan for the IMF. Please visit www.palgrave-journals.com/imfer/to : Explore free sample content Read author guidelines and submit your papers online Find subscription and pricing information

The IMF Economic Review (IMFER) is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund, bringing you policy-relevant and innovative academic research on global macroeconomics. The journal is essential reading for anyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade. Catch up on some of the most buzzed-about articles this year The IMF Economic Review is pleased to share three articles which made a particular splash in the social sphere during 2015

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IMF Economic Review , the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund, brings you essential reading on global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade. See the Latest Issue from IMF Economic Review The IMF Economic Review is pleased to share the table of contents from Volume 64, Issue 1. Read these articles at bit.ly/IMFER1606 Cross-Border Spillovers Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas and Pau Rabanal International Channels of Transmission of Monetary Policy and the Mundellian

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IMF Economic Review (IMFER) is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund, bringing you policy-relevant and innovative academic research on global macroeconomics. The journal is essential reading for anyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade. Impact Factor News We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Impact Factor for IMF Economic Review is 2.366*. IMFER is ranked 7 of 94 in the Business, Finance category, and 32 of 344 in the

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IMF Economic Review is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund. The journal is dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed, high quality, context related academic research that addresses important policy questions. Following is a listing of articles featured in the latest issue of the journal: Macroeconomic Effects of Capital Account Regulations Bilge Erten and José Antonio Ocampo Fiscal Devaluation in a Monetary Union Philipp Engler, Giovanni Ganelli, Juha Tervala, and Simon Voigts Distributional Consequences of

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Palgrave Macmillan is offering free online access to all its journals from March 1-31, 2015, including the IMF Economic Review . If you have not had a chance to explore the journal, we hope you will take advantage of this opportunity. We also encourage you to spread the word to your colleagues! Start reading at: http://bit.ly/IMFER-IMF IMF Economic Review is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund and one of the leading peer-reviewed journals in open-economy macroeconomics. The journal is dedicated to publishing high

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The Research Summaries in the March 2014 Research Bulletin focus on efficiency of health expenditure (Francesco Grigoli and Javier Kapsoli) and employment growth in European Union countries (Bas B. Bakker and Li Zeng). The Q&A article looks at “Seven Questions on Financial Interconnectedness” (Co-Pierre Georg and Camelia Minoiu). The Research Bulletin also includes a listing of IMF Working Papers, Staff Discussion Notes, and Recommended Readings from the IMF Bookstore. Information on the IMF Economic Review—the research journal of the IMF—is also provided.
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