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1. Xi Demands Fealty Despite Domestic And Foreign Woes

2. The Egyptian Financial Crisis: Implications for the region, and for Israel too

3. China as an International Lender of Last Resort

4. Global Value Chain Disruptions and Firm Survival During COVID-19: An Empirical Investigation

5. Cash Cabal: How Hezbollah Profits from Lebanon's Financial Crisis

6. Can the Lira be saved?

7. Decoding Financial Crises: Analyzing Predictors and Evolution

8. Argentina 20 Years After La Crisis del 2001

9. Boom-bust Cycles Revisited: The Role of Credit Supply

10. Lebanon in Crisis

11. The European Banks’ Role in the Financial Crisis of 2007-8: A Critical Assessment

12. The Cyclical Behaviour of Fiscal Policy During the Covid-19 Crisis

13. COVID-19 and the Health of Banking Sector in Japan and South Korea: A Comparative Study

14. The IMF should enhance the role of SDRs to strengthen the international monetary system

15. Reigniting labour productivity growth in developing countries: Do structural reforms matter?

16. The Cyclical Behaviour of Fiscal Policy During the Covid-19 Crisis

17. Evolutionary Possibilities of Democratization and Atavistic Nationalism: A Comparative Study of Unrecognized States

18. Economic Diplomacy: The impact of Russia’s growing role on the Lebanese crisis

19. China’s FDI in Europe and Europe’s Policy Response

20. Regional Financial Cooperation in East Asia from a New Perspective

21. Low inflation bends the Phillips curve around the world: Extended results

22. Ups and Downs in Finance, Ups without Downs in Inequality

23. How Govenrment Outflow and Public Debt Affect Inflation: Evidence from See Countries

24. The Soft Touch of International Financial Regulation: Status, Flaws and Future

25. Lebanon’s Pandemic in Context

26. Fiscal Policy as Credit Policy: Reassessing the Fiscal Spending vs. Private Debt Trade-Off

27. Individual Accountability in International Economic Policymaking after the Global Financial Crisis

28. Fiscal resiliency in a deeply uncertain world: The role of semiautonomous discretion

29. Startups in the United States during the pandemic reflect some dynamism amid job losses

30. The Long Search for Stability: Financial Cooperation to Address Global Risks in the East Asian Region

31. Central Banks Caught Between Market Liquidity and Fiscal Disciplining: A Money View Perspective on Collateral Policy

32. Bank recapitalizations in Greece: From state-led bailouts to the ownership transfer of banks to foreign hands

33. It’s Time for a New Deal

34. The economic impact of COVID-19 on the EU: From the frying pan into the fire

35. The Eye of the Storm

36. Why a Traditional Austerity Plan Would Exacerbate Lebanon’s Woes

37. Financial Transactions Taxes: Inaccessible and Expensive

38. The Economic Consequences of Globalisation in the United States

39. Coping with Disasters: Two Centuries of International Official Lending

40. Creation of a European Solidarity Funds: Directing Europeans’ savings towards their growth companies

41. Global Financial Imbalance: Firm-level Evidence from Korea

42. Financial Inclusion Through Fintech in the Digital Economy

43. Is the economy doomed to a long recession?

44. Lebanon: Government Recovery Plan Asks Too Much of Ordinary Lebanese, and Not Enough from Elites

45. Salvaging Lebanon: Expert Opinions on a Way out of the Crisis

46. Nizar Saghieh – No society disappears through bankruptcy: Its vitality alone can ensure accountability

47. The U.S. Fight against Coronavirus

48. Financing the United Nations Secretariat: Resolving the UN’s Liquidity Crisis

49. Beyond Coronabonds: A New Constituent for Europe

50. Assessing Israel Katz’s First Year as Foreign Minister

51. Causal Mechanism and Explanation in Social Science

52. Responding to the Coronavirus Crisis: Selected Ideas and Learnings for Asia’s Finance Management Leaders

53. Explaining Turkey’s Current Economic Crisis

54. This Time Was Different: The Global Safe Asset Shortage and Shadow Banking in Socio-Historical Perspective

55. Sovereign debt restructuring: The centrality of the IMF's role

56. When more delivers less: Comparing the US and French COVID-19 crisis responses

57. A possible IMF Pandemic Support Facility for emerging-market countries

58. Lebanon's monetary meltdown tests the limits of central banking

59. Sovereign debt relief in the global pandemic: Lessons from the 1980s

60. The Impact of COVID-19 on India’s Economy and International Standing

61. External Actors, Good Governance and Health Care Delivery in Africa

62. International Financial Regulation: Why It Still Falls Short

63. Causal Mechanism and Explanation in Social Science

64. Global Forums: Are They Must or Waste for the Global Governance?

65. Spain’s Labor Migration Policies in the Aftermath of Economic Crisis

66. International Coordination of Economic Policies in the Global Financial Crisis: Successes, Failures, and Consequences

67. Keeping Up with the Future: Upgrading Forecasts of Political Instability and Geopolitical Risk

68. Consolidating Neoliberalism through Privatisation: The Case of the EU after the Eurozone Crisis

69. Assessing Global Financial Stability

70. Venezuelan Migration and the Border Health Crisis in Colombia and Brazil

71. Evolve or Perish: The Global Forces Changing the Business of Banks

72. International Coordination of Economic Policies in the Global Financial Crisis: Successes, Failures, and Consequences

73. Iran Has a Slow Motion Banking Crisis

74. The Cost of Holding Foreign Exchange Reserves

75. The Diffusion Of Protest Following The 2007–2008 Global Crash

76. Hezbollah Prioritizes Its Own Interests, Putting Lebanon at Risk

77. Refugees in Lebanon: Perspectives from on the Ground

78. Venezuela: First episode of the new Cold War?

79. Responding to Economic and Ecological Deficits

80. The Politics of Lebanon’s Economic Collapse

81. Indonesian Political Economy: A Historical Analysis

82. The International Monetary Fund’s Role in Overcoming Economic Crisis in PIIGS

83. Destabilizing Orders: Understanding the Consequences of Neoliberalism

84. Kriz Dönemlerinde Reel Ekonomik Göstergelerin Sinyal Yaklaşımı ile Değerlendirilmesi: 1999-2017 Türkiye Örneği

85. 2008 Küresel Finans Krizi Sonrası Türkiye’de Uygulanan Kamu Geliri Politikalarının İstihdam Oranları Üzerine Etkisi

86. When the Greek Political System Clashed with Europe: Why the Greek Sovereign-Debt Crisis is Taking so Long to End

87. Beyond International Standards: Mapping the Future of Capital Markets Regulation

88. Addressing Excessive Risk Taking in the Financial Sector: A Corporate Governance Approach

89. Euro-area Governance Reform: The Unfinished Agenda

90. Measuring Venezuela Emigration with Twitter

91. The Greek Crisis and Its Repercussions on the Balkan Neighbourhood: The End of the Myth

92. Global Debt Dynamics: What Has Gone Wrong

93. Double Whammy: Implicit Subsidies and the Great Financial Crisis

94. Economic Distress and the Inevitability of an Economic Recovery Programme

95. Türkiye Ekonomisi: Bardağın Dolu Tarafına Bakmak

96. Corporate Debt Market in Korea

97. The 2016 U.S. Election: The Populist Moment

98. Potential impact of financial innovation on financial services and monetary policy

99. Stabilization Policies and Structural Developments: Poland and the Crises of 1929 and 2008

100. Domestic Cycles, Financial Cycles, and Policies. What Has Gone Wrong?