Why the IMF’s insistence that Jamaica runs a primary surplus of 7% constitutes bad macroeconomics which must be called out.

#IMF policies are “economic malpractice in action”, says former senior IMF economist Peter Doyle. With such a bad track record, why do they still have so much influence? And why are they not held accountable for their mistakes?

Source: Macroeconomic malpractice in action | FT Alphaville

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