INTERVIEW: Charles Wyplosz

Charles Wyplosz, a professor at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, and an occasional consultant to the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, tells why the Fund cannot play a role in regulating the financial system, why the Paulson plan in its original form may yet make a comeback and why bank runs must be avoided at all costs.

Two thousand and one is a year that will be etched on the Argentine psyche for a long time yet. Though the country's economy has recovered well s

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