Global Policy Forum

Fixing Finance Is Not Enough

“Fixing Finance Is Not Enough” is collection of essays by former heads of state and experts at the OECD, IMF and the United Nations, that calls attention to the social consequences of monetary and financial policies. Despite their different backgrounds, the authors agree that it is the linkages between, for instance, monetary policy, inequality and development that demand more attention. A sustainable system that fosters human development cannot be narrowly growth-based and focused on balancing budgets.

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung - New York
April 2012 

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