Conference on International Macro-FinanceApril, 24–25, 2008
HQ1, Meeting Halls A & B, IMF Headquaters
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The International Monetary Fund and the World Economy and Finance Research Programme of the UK Economic and Social Research Council held a conference on international macro-finance at the IMF headquarters in Washington, DC, on April 24-25, 2008. The conference provided a forum to present recent theoretical and empirical research narrowing the gap between "open-economy macro" and "finance" approaches to international financial issues.
Note on the Papers: Papers presented at the conference are under consideration for publication in a special issue of the Journal of International Economics (JIE). The papers are presented below as prepared for the conference.
Michael Devereux (University of British Columbia), Akito Matsumoto (IMF), Alessandro Rebucci (IMF), and Alan Sutherland (University of St Andrews).