Global economics crisis and IMF
Our Chief Editor Ali Bilge made an interview with Michael Musa, former Chief Economist of the IMF, in Washington DC. They spoke about the cause of the global economic crises effecting the world, it’s possible results, it’s effects on financial markets and goods, also neo-liberal economic policies, impacts of weakness in regulating financial markets. Comments and suggestions of the economists arround the world about the crisis, performances of IMF and other International foundations, their future and their strategies were covered. Interview consists of analysis of former Chief Economist of IMF, once a great actor for lots of countries economies.
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