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JONATHAN DAVID OSTRY

Jonathan D. Ostry是國際貨幣基金組織研究部副主管,近期負責帶領團隊研究的課題包括:關於環球系統性宏觀金融風險的IMF-FSB早期預警演練;發達及新興市場國家脆弱程度演練;多邊匯率監察(包括CGER、IMF的匯率諮詢小組及EBA(外部結餘評估);國際金融架構及IMF借貸工具改革;資本帳管理(管理資本流入的資本控制措施及審慎監管工具)及金融全球化問題;財政穩健性問題;及收入不平等與經濟增長之間的連繫。Ostry先生曾帶領負責多邊監察的團隊,編著IMF旗艦刊物World Economic Outlook,並曾帶領負責澳洲、日本、紐西蘭及新加坡等國家的IMF團隊。同時,他亦是一名作家/編輯,著作包括多本論述國際宏觀政策問題的書籍,亦在眾多學術期刊發表文章;其作品獲印刷及電子傳媒廣為引用,包括英國廣播公司、經濟學人、金融時報、華爾街日報、紐約時報、華盛頓郵報、商業周刊及全國公共廣播電台。奧巴馬總統亦曾經引用他有關不平等與不可持續增長的論述。Ostry先生在18歲時以優等成績取得皇后大學(加拿大)的文學士學位,其後入讀牛津大學(貝利奧爾學院),取得文學士學位及文學碩士學位,之後再轉往倫敦政治經濟學院及芝加哥大學深造,分別取得理學碩士學位(1984年)及哲學博士學位(1988年)。他並入選Who's Who in Economics (2003年)。

 

 

Jonathan D. Ostry is Deputy Director of the Research Department (RES) at the International Monetary Fund. His recent responsibilities include leading staff teams on: IMF-FSB Early Warning Exercises on global systemic macrofinancial risks; vulnerabilities exercises for advanced and emerging market countries; multilateral exchange rate surveillance, including the  work  of  CGER,  the  Fund’s  Consultative  Group  of  Exchange  Rates,  and  EBA,  the External Balance Assessment; international financial architecture and reform of the IMF’s lending toolkit; capital account management (capital controls and prudential tools to manage capital inflows) and financial globalization issues; fiscal sustainability issues; and the nexus between income inequality and economic growth. Past positions include leading the division that produces the IMF’s flagship multilateral surveillance publication, the World Economic Outlook,  and  leading  country  teams  on  Australia,  Japan,  New  Zealand  and  Singapore. Mr. Ostry is the author/editor of a number of books on international macro policy issues, and numerous articles in scholarly journals His work has been widely cited in print and electronic media, including the BBC, the Economist, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Business Week, and National Public Radio. His work on inequality and unsustainable growth has also been cited in remarks made by President Barack Obama. He earned his B.A. (with distinction) from Queen's University (Canada) at age 18, and went on to earn a B.A. and M.A. from Oxford University (Balliol College), and graduate degrees from the London School of Economics (M.Sc., 1984) and the University Chicago (Ph.D., 1988). He is listed in Who's Who in Economics (2003).