Atish R Ghosh
Atish Rex Ghosh is Assistant Director, and Chief, Systemic Issues Division, in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. Formerly Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Princeton University, he holds degrees from Oxford University and Harvard University. He has published numerous articles in international economics, finance, and public policy, as well as authoring four books: Economic Cooperation in an Uncertain World (Blackwell, 1994), Exchange Rate Regimes: Choices and Consequences (MIT Press, 2003), Currency Boards in Retrospect and Prospect (MIT Press, 2008), and Nineteenth Street, NW (Greenleaf, 2010)—a novel about a global financial crash.
Articles by Atish R Ghosh:
Inflation-targeting and Forex intervention: Are two targets better than one?
27 May 2012, 13232 reads
Shifting motives: Explaining the build-up in official reserves in emerging markets since the 1980s
6 February 2012, 11707 reads
Surges in capital flows to emerging markets: Causes and policy implications
26 January 2012, 13016 reads
Running out of room: Fiscal space in advanced countries
8 March 2011, 10318 reads
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