July 8, 2020, Opinion, "Rising trade barriers, fluctuations in capital flows, financial volatility, and spillovers from industrialized countries’ monetary policies create a challenging global environment for emerging markets. These challenges are further complicated by low productivity growth and domestic vulnerabilities in the public sector, financial intermediaries and the private sector. Against this background, the IMF, IMF Economic Review, and the Central Bank of Chile jointly organized a conference on “Current Policy Challenges Facing Emerging Markets.” The conference took place in Santiago, Chile on June 24–25, 2019. This volume of the Review features some of the papers presented at the conference. Below, we summarize the key contributions of these papers."
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