In January, Moises Schwartz of Mexico took over the position of director of the IMF’s Independent Evaluation Office (IEO). Schwartz replaces Canadian Thomas Bernes, who moved to the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Canada. Schwartz, a macroeconomist, served most recently as the director of the National Commission for Retirement Savings in Mexico. Prior to that he was an executive director representing Mexico at the IMF. He has worked as the chief of staff to the Mexican finance minister under centre-right president Vicente Fox, as well as at the Banco de Mexico, where he argued for the central bank to implement an inflation-targeting regime.
As India has risen in the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business rankings, it has seen other key development indicators slip.
New IMF gender guidance opportunity for civil society to keep its staff to account.
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