Spillover effects could lower GDP by 8 percent in some vulnerable countries
The latest World Economic Outlook from the IMF is depressing.
How changing demographics may be making Ben Bernanke's job harder.
The IMF chief says policymakers need to be readying themselves for the end of the road on unconventional monetary policy.
Here's what the IMF is expecting to happen in the major world economies this year.
Could more women in the workforce make for a more stable and prosperous global economy? Key IMF officials think so.
Here's what the International Monetary Fund concluded in its annual review of the United States economy.
How the IMF messed up its first Greek bailout.
Is there aspiration overload in the sprawling series of meetings happening in Washington this week?
The IMF is now among the leading advocates of easy money and avoiding excessive austerity. It is quite a reversal.
The IMF is starting to worry that easy money could be setting up the next crisis. But what's a depressed economy to do?
Externalities, trade-offs, and the challenges of getting the math right on what carbon really costs the world.
IN 2011, governments spent $480 billion on direct energy subsidies. There's also another $1.4 trillion failing to account for all the damages from fossil fuels.
The real story of what happened at the Bretton Woods conference in 1944, according to Benn Steil, the author of a new book.
A better estimate, from Bloomberg, is $83 BILLION, with a b. But even that is suspect.
The Lewis Turning Point and China's demographic destiny.
The U.S. reacted to higher debt levels with even higher deficits. By one measure, that makes us profligate.
The IMF thought that austerity in Greece and other European countries wouldn't slow growth that much. Its chief economist says they were wrong.