Ashoka Mody is Charles and Marie Robertson Visiting Professor in International Economic Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. Previously, he was Deputy Director in the International Monetary Fund’s Research and European Departments. He was responsible for the IMF’s Article IV consultations with Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, and Hungary, and also for the design of Ireland's financial rescue program. Earlier, at the World Bank, his management positions included those in Project Finance and Guarantees and in the Prospects Group, where he coordinated and was principal author of the Global Development Finance Report of 2001. He has advised governments worldwide on developmental and financial projects and policies, while writing extensively for policy and scholarly audiences.
Articles by Ashoka Mody:
Turnout in the European Parliament elections
17 May 2014, 8344 reads
The ghost of Deauville
7 January 2014, 9677 reads
Making sense of Eurobond proposals
17 August 2012, 6578 reads
TARGET imbalances: Financing the capital-account reversal in Europe
7 March 2012, 21959 reads
Precautionary savings in the Great Recession
22 February 2012, 10460 reads
International capital flows and the role of volatility regimes
27 November 2011, 7333 reads
Sovereign spreads and banks’ fragility
23 November 2011, 8708 reads
Indian growth: Pro-business or pro-market?
20 November 2011, 6776 reads
How big is India’s demographic dividend?
5 April 2011, 17718 reads
Spillovers of domestic shocks: Will they counteract the “Great Moderation”?
13 May 2010, 7645 reads
The importance of G7 consumption growth
17 February 2010, 11199 reads
Who fell in 2009: Those with current account deficits or with extra froth?
21 January 2010, 8714 reads
A responsible approach to fiscal sustainability
11 August 2009, 12233 reads
The German fiscal stimulus package in perspective
23 January 2009, 13843 reads