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At the 2018 #IMFMeetings , we asked opinion leaders from academia, civil society, international organizations, & private sector to name the top policy priorities. Here's what they said. Maury Obstfeld

Maury Obstfeld and Michael Klein: Should the United States Try to Weaken the Dollar? via @econofactorg 

Good for Peterson Institute, and for us all!⁩ Maurice Obstfeld joins the ⁦⁦⁩ as nonresident senior fellow. Now, time for Maury to join us on Twitter.

In case you missed it, IMF Maury Obstfeld'>Chief Economist Maury Obstfeld retired at the end of 2018. He shared his thoughts on trade tensions, widening inequality, the importance of education, and relations between the US and China:

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.: The IMF lies at the heart of the new multilateralism that I outlined today. Here, I want to thank in particular our Economic Counsellor, Maury Obstfeld. He has been an intellectual leader, wise advisor, and dear friend. No-one is more committed to multilateralism.

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Retiring as IMF Chief Economist at the end of 2018, Maury Obstfeld shares his thoughts on trade tensions, widening inequality, the importance of education, and relations between the US and China:

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Join #IMFMeetings  today for an exciting lineup of events, including press briefing by Managing Director , Agenda#BaliFintechseminar , launch of Sub-Saharan Africa , and #REOcebook  Live'>F #REOcebook  Live conversations with Maury Obstfeld and Abe Selassie.

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Maury Obstfeld’s last #WEO . Heard some more cheerful ones over time. @IMFNews ⁩

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#IMF Managing Director Christine appoints Harvard’s as IMF #GitaGopinathChief  Economist, replacing Maury Obstfeld who will retire from IMF in December. Via

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Gita Gopinath will be taking up the position of Economic Counsellor and Director of IMF’s research department upon the completion tenure completion of Maurice (Maury) Obstfeld who is said to retire at the end of 2018

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The IMF's Maury Obstfeld in tomorrow's : "It is an age-old fallacy to believe countries lose from trade unless their total exports exceed their imports."

Without more tangible elements of a fiscal union, including more fiscal sharing, the #euro  area will remain fundamentally vulnerable to shocks, say Maury Obstfeld, Helge Berger, and Giovanni Dell’Ariccia in a blog

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Maury Obstfeld will be the next IMF Chief Economist. A fantastic pick—a truly great international economist.

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