Philip Barrett is an economist in the IMF’s Research Department. Since joining the IMF in 2016 he has worked in the Fiscal Affairs Department and the Middle East and Central Asia Department, covering Afghanistan and Iran. His research interests include fiscal policy, social unrest, and climate change. He holds a PhD from the University of Chicago.
- Social Unrest is Rising, Adding to Risks for Global Economy
- Inflation to be Elevated for Longer on War, Demand, Job Markets
- Global Inflation Pressures Broadened on Food and Energy Price Gains
- Why Basic Science Matters for Economic Growth
- How Stock Markets Respond to Social Unrest
- COVID’s Long Shadow: Social Repercussions of Pandemics