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The Multilateral Debt Trap in Jamaica

June 2013, Jake Johnston

Macroeconomic Policy Advice and the Article IV Consultations: A European Union Case Study

January 2013, Mark Weisbrot and Helene Jorgensen

Update on the Jamaican Economy

May 2012, Jake Johnston and Juan Antonio Montecino

More Pain, No Gain for Greece: Is the Euro Worth the Costs of Pro‐Cyclical Fiscal Policy and Internal Devaluation?

February 2012, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Antonio Montecino

Latvia's Internal Devaluation: A Success Story?

December 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

The Argentine Success Story and its Implications

October 2011, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray, Juan A. Montecino and Sara Kozameh

Jamaica: Macroeconomic Policy, Debt and the IMF
May 2011, Jake Johnston and Juan Antonio Montecino

The Scorecard on Development, 1960-2010: Closing the Gap?

April 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

The IMF and Economic Recovery: Is Fund Policy Contributing to Downside Risks?
October 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Montecino

Greece and the IMF: Who Exactly is Being Saved?
July 2010, Ronald Janssen

Alternatives to Fiscal Austerity in Spain

July 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Montecino

Capital Controls and Monetary Policy in Developing Countries
April 2010, José Antonio Cordero and Juan Antonio Montecino

Latvia’s Recession: The Cost of Adjustment With An “Internal Devaluation”

February 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

CEPR Responds to the IMF’s Reply and Defense of Its Policies During the World Recession
October 2009, Mark Weisbrot

IMF-Supported Macroeconomic Policies and the World Recession: A Look at Forty-One Borrowing Countries
October 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray, Jake Johnston, Jose Antonio Cordero and Juan Antonio Montecino

The IMF’s Stand-by Arrangements and the Economic Downturn in Eastern Europe: The Cases of Hungary, Latvia, and Ukraine
September 2009, Jose Antonio Cordero

Estimating the Cost of Contributions to the IMF
May 2009, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

IMF Voting Shares: No Plans for Significant Changes
May 2009, Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston

Troubled Assets: The IMF's Latest Projections for Economic Growth in the Western Hemisphere

April 2009, David Rosnick

Empowering the IMF: Should Reform be a Requirement for Increasing the Fund’s Resources?

April 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Jose Cordero and Luis Sandoval

Update - Debt Cancellation for Haiti: No Reason For Further Delays

December 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Debt Cancellation for Haiti: No Reason for Further Delays
December 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Argentina's Economic Recovery: Policy Choices and Implications

October 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Ten Years After: The Lasting Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis
August 2007, Mark Weisbrot

Political Forecasting? The IMF’s Flawed Growth Projections for Argentina and Venezuela

April 2007, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

Latin America: The End of An Era

Winter 2006, Mark Weisbrot

Ecuador's Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues

November 2006, Mark Weisbrot, Luis Sandoval, Belén Cadena 

Labor Market Protections and Unemployment: Does the IMF Have a Case?

November 2003, Dean Baker and John Schmitt

Too Sunny In Latin America? The IMF’s Overly Optimistic Growth Projections and Their Consequences

September 2003, Dean Baker and David Rosnick

The IMF-World Bank Plan for Sri Lanka: Will it Help or Hinder South Asian Success?

April 2003, Debayani Kar

Argentina's Crisis: The Costs and Consequences of Default to the IFIs
November 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Alan Cibils

Paying the Bills in Brazil: Does the IMF Math Add Up?
September 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

What Happened to Argentina?

January 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

Growth May Be Good for the Poor, But are IMF and World Bank Policies Good for Growth?

May 2001, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, Robert Naiman, and Gila Neta