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12/15/2014 7:14:43 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
Someone asked me to share a speech of Mr. John Lipsky about the role of IMF in International Economics, Mr John Lipsky served as First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund from September 1, 2006 to August 31, 2011. In this Video. Mr. John Lipsky has made an adequate analysis of IMF's rules and policies, video also contains Q/A towards the end of the speech.

Please follow the link to watch the complete video:

If you want to explore your area of interest in the video:

Current and Prospective Role of International Monetary Fund (IMF):

Principle Tasks of IMF :

Background of Weak Financial Marke:

Three Elements necessary for Success :

Global Economy need Monetary and Fiscal measures:

Policy Collaboration must be Prioritized :

Additional Financial Assistance to Low Income Countries :

Three Gap Approach to Future Crises Prevention :

Two Regulatory Weaknesses and Need for Global Cooperation :

G-20 Summit Washington :

Fund Program For Iceland in Best Case Scenario:

Comprehensive measures in particular asset Cleansing measures:

Outline of current fund attitude to Capital Controls both in inflows and outflows:

Positive GDP in developed markets and Bad Growth in India and China :

Role of the Oil Exporters: