Peter Doyle is a former top economist at the International Monetary Fund. He resigned in 2012 because of the Fund’s “incompetence” and failure to warn about the urgency of the global financial crisis. Now he has a new, alternative proposal for how global finance should be managed. In this seminar, Doyle will present his proposal, which has important implications for debt and development.
All are welcome.
Read Doyle’s recent article in the Financial Times on the “macroeconomic malpractice” of the Fund’s demands of the Jamaican government.