IMF Research Network
About the IMF Research Network
Created at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944 and based in Washington, D.C., the International Monetary Fund remains one of the most controversial international organizations in the contemporary architecture of global economic governance.
The IMF Research Network was established in 2012, and comprises over 100 members including academic researchers in Political Science and International Relations, Sociology, Law, and Economics at universities around the world, as well as researchers working in international organizations, think tanks, and national policy institutions.
IMF Mailing List
The Research Network incorporates the IMF Mailing List – a moderated email forum for disseminating new publications related to the IMF and advertising news of research events on global economic governance.
Joining the IMF Research Network
To join please send an email including your name, position, and institutional affiliation with the heading ‘subscribe’ to:
imf-list at warwick dot ac dot uk
The IMF Research Network is convened by André Broome (University of Warwick, UK) and Manuela Moschella (Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy).
IMF Research Network links
Email: imf-list at warwick dot ac dot uk
Subscribe to the IMF Mailing List
Guidelines for using the IMF Mailing List
- To post to the IMF Mailing List send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Members are welcome to circulate details of published academic work related to the International Monetary Fund
- Members are welcome to advertise news of upcoming research events on global economic governance.
- Publications: include all available details of new academic or policy publications on the IMF (including web links).
- Events: include the call for papers and web links for advertising upcoming research events.
NB: this is a moderated mailing list, unrelated messages will be deleted.