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Annette talked about the work of the fund, the prospects for the Russian economy and what the necessary competencies for economists are in this area. The key excerpts from the speech are:
What the IMF is?
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was created to sustain international monetary stability in order of unobstructed movement of goods and services in the world. While the World Bank is engaged in investing in a macro projects and aimed at struggling with the global challenges (i.e. poverty, development of infrastructure projects, energy, inequality, etc.), the IMF’s activity in the areas of macroeconomics and monetary policy is mostly advisory. The IMF lends countries with difficult economic situation.
Expectations for the Russian economy
Modern world challenges we face
Сore competencies for work in the IMF
— Required PhD in macroeconomics with a focus on international finance;— Strong analytical and math abilities;— Strong emotional intelligence, a high level of patience, curiousity, ability to be adaptable different situations, multi-tasking skills.