IMF's Rogoff to leave Fund, return to Harvard

The International Monetary Fund announced Tuesday that Ken Rogoff, its chief economist, would be leaving the Fund in the autumn to return to academia.

Source: Reuters

International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Kenneth Rogoff, who controversially declared in 2001 that a U.S. recession was a "done deal", will return to Harvard University this fall, the IMF said on Tuesday.

Consistent with the end of his two-year leave of absence from Harvard, Rogoff will return to teaching and research after the

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