Comment: IMF under fire again

Writing in the Financial Times yesterday eminent economist, Michael Mussa, who served as economic counsellor and director of the department of research at the International Monetary Fund from 1991-2001, joined the chorus of voices arguing that the Fund is shirking its responsibilities.


He even went as far as to agree with the US treasury's view that there is a "unhealthy perception" of an IMF "asleep at the wheel on its most fundamental responsibility - exchange rate

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