Romain Duval is an Assistant Director in the IMF’s Research Department, where he leads the agenda on structural reforms. Previously, he worked in the IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department and, prior to joining the IMF, at the OECD. He has published extensively in leading academic and policy-oriented journals on a wide range of topics including the economics and political economy of labor and product market regulations, economic growth, productivity, trade, monetary policy, exchange rates, and climate change economics. He holds a PhD from University Paris-I Pantheon Sorbonne.
- Tight Jobs Market Is a Boon for Workers But Could Add To Inflation Risks
- Taming market power could (also) help monetary policy
- Rising Market Power—A Threat to the Recovery?
- How To Reignite Growth in Emerging Market and Developing Economies
- Making the Euro Area More Resilient Before the Next Recession Hits
- Designing Labor Policies to Foster Inclusive Growth in Emerging Markets
- How to Keep Corporate Power in Check
- Weak Productivity: The Role of Financial Factors and Policies
- How Trade with China Boosts Productivity
- The Case for Fiscal Policy to Support Structural Reforms
- How Lowering Trade Barriers Can Revive Global Productivity and Growth
- When You Move, I Move: Increasing Synchronization Among Asia’s Economies