|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 24, 2013. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|June 15, 2011 -- Changing Patterns of Global Trade|
Subject: International trade | United States | Japan | China | Euro Area | Export markets | Trade integration | Exports | Supply elasticity | Demand elasticity | Export prices | Export growth
|June 10, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Supporting Aging Populations as Demographics Shift|
Demographic changes are threatening the ability of many countries to provide a decent standard of living for the old without imposing a crushing burden on the young, says the IMF’s Finance & Development magazine in a cover story. The world’s population is projected to rise to 9 billion by 2050.
|June 01, 2011 -- Inflation Dynamics and the Great Recession|
Author/Editor: Sandeep Mazumder | Laurence M. Ball
Series: Working Paper No. 11/121
|June 01, 2011 -- Global and Regional Spillovers to GCC Equity Markets|
Author/Editor: Tahsin Saadi Sedik | Oral Williams
Series: Working Paper No. 11/138
|May 05, 2011 -- IMF Survey: U.S. Unemployment: Matching Skills to Jobs|
With the onset of economic recovery in the United States, unemployment has started to fall, but quite slowly, and long-term unemployment remains alarmingly high. The slow pace of labor market recovery has sparked concerns about whether deeper structural factors are impeding the recovery.
|May 02, 2011 -- The Global Economic Situation and Its Impact on the Transatlantic Relationship by John Lipsky, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund|
|May 01, 2011 -- Has the Great Recession Raised U.S. Structural Unemployment?|
Author/Editor: Marcello M. Estevão | Evridiki Tsounta
Series: Working Paper No. 11/105
|May 01, 2011 -- New Evidenceon Cyclical and Structural Sources of Unemployment|
Author/Editor: Jinzhu Chen | Bharat Trehan | Prakash Kannan | Prakash Loungani
Series: Working Paper No. 11/106
|April 18, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Governments' Role in Economy at Heart of Debts, Deficits Debate|
The current discussion about countries cutting public debts and deficits has reopened the larger philosophical debate about the role of government in a country's economy.
|April 16, 2011 -- IMFC Statement by Timothy F. Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury, Department of the Treasury, United States|
The International Monetary and Financial Committee statement on behalf of United States. PDF File Size: 328Kb
|April 13, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the International Monetary Fund’s Global Financial Stability Report|
|April 12, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the Fiscal Monitor|
|April 12, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Governments Need to Tackle Fiscal Risks, Says IMF|
The outlook for government debts and deficits in 2011 is mixed, as most advanced economies rein in fiscal deficits but not fast enough to stop their debt rising, the IMF says in its latest review of public spending and government debt and deficits around the world.
|April 07, 2011 -- Presentation to the Central Bank Governors of ASEAN,Asean+3 Meetings by Naoyuki Shinohara, IMF Deputy Managing Director|
|April 07, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the Global Financial Stability Report|
|April 05, 2011 -- Transcript of a Conference Call on Capital Inflows|
|April 01, 2011 -- An Analysis of U.S. Fiscal and Generational Imbalances : Who Will Pay and How?|
Author/Editor: Nicoletta Batini | Julia Guerreiro | Giovanni Callegari
Series: Working Paper No. 11/72
|April 01, 2011 -- The Dynamics of the Term Structure of Interest Rates in the United States in Light of the Financial Crisis of 2007-2010|
Author/Editor: Marco Rodriguez Waldo | Carlos I. Medeiros
Series: Working Paper No. 11/84
|April 01, 2011 -- Financial Conditions Indexes for the United States and Euro Area|
Author/Editor: Troy Matheson
Series: Working Paper No. 11/93
|March 23, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Rising Oil Prices Highlight Need for Diversification|
World oil prices are back above $100 a barrel, more than double levels two years ago, but increased diversification of energy supplies has given many economies greater resilience to price fluctuations. However, countries remain vulnerable to supply disruptions and extreme oil price volatility.