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James Raymond Vreeland




Faculty - SFS
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  • “It’s not so much that they need the I.M.F.’s money, but that they need the I.M.F.’s mechanism for being able to monitor policy reforms."

    James Raymond Vreeland, associate professor of international relations, on Ireland's need for the International Monetary Fund to intervene in the country's financial crisis.

    Debt Crisis Highlights I.M.F.’s Renewed Role November 26, 2010, The New York Times