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Index of Articles in 2009

Finance & Development, 2009, Volume 46


Back to Basics: What Is a Recession? March; What Is Fiscal Policy? June; What Is Monetary Policy? September; Why Countries Trade, December

Emanuele Baldacci and Sanjeev Gupta, Fiscal Expansions: What Works, December

Marek Belka, Europe Under Stress, June

Erik Berglöf, Alexander Plekhanov, and Alan Rousso, A Tale of Two Crises, June

Amar Bhattacharya, A Tangled Web, March

Olivier Blanchard, Sustaining a Global Recovery, September

Roger Bootle, Redrawing the Boundaries, March

James M. Boughton, A New Bretton Woods? March

Adelheid Burgi-Schmelz, Data to the Rescue, March


Ralph Chami and Connel Fullenkamp, Point-Counterpoint: Remittances in Development, December

Martin Čihák and Srobona Mitra, Losing Their Halo, June

Stijn Claessens and M. Ayhan Kose, Back to Basics: What Is a Recession? March

Jeremy Clift, People in Economics: Daniel Kahneman, September

Benjamin J. Cohen, The Future of Reserve Currencies, September

Carlo Cottarelli, Paying the Piper, March

Carlo Cottarelli and José Viñals, Looking Ahead, September

Andrew Crockett, Rebuilding the Financial Architecture, September


Data Spotlight: Latin America’s Debt, March; Roller Coaster, June; Flows to Eastern Europe, September; Inflation Drops to Negative Territory, December

Giovanni Dell’Ariccia, Asset Price Booms: How Can They Best Be Managed? June

Randall Dodd, Playing with Fire, June; Overhauling the System, September

Thomas Dorsey, Trade Finance Stumbles, March


Barry Eichengreen, Viewpoint: Stress Test for the Euro, June

Nicolás Eyzaguirre, Benedict Clements, and Jorge Canales-Kriljenko, Latin America: When Is Fiscal Stimulus Right? June


Faces of the Crisis, September

Jeffrey A. Frankel, What’s In and Out in Global Money, September


Edward Gemayel and Samar Maziad, Delivering on Change, September

Atish R. Ghosh and Jonathan D. Ostry, Choosing an Exchange Rate Regime, December

Atish R. Ghosh, Jonathan D. Ostry, and Natalia Tamirisa, Anticipating the Next Crisis, September

Francesco Giavazzi, Growth after the Crisis, September

Glenn Gottselig, People in Economics: Paul Collier, June


Kirk Hamilton and Marianne Fay, A Changing Climate for Development, December

Thomas Helbling, Nese Erbil, and Marina Rousset, Data Spotlight: Roller Coaster, June

David Hofman, Roberto Guimaraes, Alessandro Zanello, Isabell Adenauer, Norbert Funke, Charles Amo Yartey, and Siobhán McPhee, Deep Impact, March

Mark Horton and Asmaa El-Ganainy, Back to Basics: What Is Fiscal Policy? June


IMF Research: The Domestic Solution, March


Benjamin Jones and Michael Keen, Climate Policy in Hard Times, December


Donald Kaberuka, Straight Talk: Start This Engine, June

Herman Kamil, Bennett W. Sutton, and Chris Walker, A Hedge, Not a Bet, June

Ravi Kanbur, Poverty, Disconnected, December

Suhas Ketkar and Dilip Ratha, New Paths to Funding, June

Hyun-Sung Khang, Surviving the Third Wave, December

Laura Kodres and Aditya Narain, What Is to Be Done, March

M. Ayhan Kose, Prakash Loungani, and Marco E. Terrones, Out of the Ballpark, June

Archana Kumar, Crisis Contained, December


Olivier Lambert and Elizabeth Littlefield, Dial Growth, September

Leslie Lipschitz, Céline Rochon, and Geneviève Verdier, IMF Research: The Domestic Solution, March

John Lipsky, Preparing for a Postcrisis World, June

Bjørn Lomborg, Viewpoint: Technology, Not Talks, Will Save the Planet, December

Prakash Loungani, People in Economics: Nouriel Roubini, March; Joseph Stiglitz, December


Koshy Mathai, Back to Basics: What Is Monetary Policy? September

Koshy Mathai and Simon Willson, Picture This: Uncharted Territory, June

Brad McDonald, Back to Basics: Why Countries Trade, December

André Meier and Simon Willson, Picture This: The Three-Hundred-Year Low, September

Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, Changing Fortunes, March

José C. Moreno and Ricardo Davico, Data Spotlight: Flows to Eastern Europe, September


People in Economics: Nouriel Roubini, March; Paul Collier, June; Daniel Kahneman, September; Joseph Stiglitz, December

The Perfect Storm: Olivier Blanchard’s View of the Underlying Causes of the Crisis, June

Picture This: Uncharted Territory: When Aggressive Monetary Policy Combats a Crisis, June; The Three-Hundred-Year Low, September

Jean Pisani-Ferry and Indhira Santos, Reshaping the Global Economy, March

Point-Counterpoint: Remittances in Development, December

Eswar Prasad, Rebalancing Growth in Asia, December


Dilip Ratha, Point-Counterpoint: Remittances in Development, A Lifeline to Poor Countries, December


Brad Setser, The Shape of Things to Come, March

Mick Silver and Kim Zieschang, Data Spotlight: Inflation Drops to Negative Territory, December

Dame Barbara Stocking, Straight Talk: The Poor Should Not Pay the Price for the Crisis, December

Mark Stone and Seiichi Shimizu, Small Steps, March

Straight Talk, Start This Engine, June; The Poor Should Not Pay the Price for the Crisis, December


Evan Tanner and Yasser Abdih, Rebuilding U.S. Wealth, December


Eduardo Valdivia-Velarde and Lily Seo, Data Spotlight: Latin America’s Debt, March


William White, Modern Macroeconomics Is on the Wrong Track, December

Charles Wyplosz, Viewpoint: The Euro’s Finest Hour? June


S. Raihan Zamil, Viewpoint: Regulatory Philosophy Matters, June; Too Big to Ignore, December


Eduard Brau and Ian McDonald, eds., Successes of the International Monetary Fund: Untold Stories of Cooperation at Work,September

Anand Chandavarkar, The Unexplored Keynes and Other Essays: A Socio-Economic Miscellany, December

Jean-Pierre Chauffour, The Power of Freedom: Uniting Development and Human Rights, December

Mohamed El-Erian, When Markets Collide: Investment Strategies for the Age of Global Economic Change, March

Deena Khatkhate, Money, Finance and Political Economy: Getting It Right, September

Dambisa Moyo, Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa, September

Arvind Panagariya, India: The Emerging Giant, March

Robert Skidelsky, Keynes: The Return of the Master, December

Gillian Tett, Fool’s Gold, December


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