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Stephen Grenville

Dr Grenville is a Nonresident Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. He works as a consultant on financial sector issues in East Asia. Between 1982 and 2001 he worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia, for the last five years as Deputy Governor and Board member. Before that, Dr Grenville was with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris, the International Monetary Fund in Jakarta, the Australian National University and the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Articles by Stephen Grenville (411)

  • 22 Jun 2017 11:20
    The saga is a reminder of the international governance system's failure to produce a satisfactory procedure for international bankruptcy.
  • 13 Jun 2017 13:44
    The 2008 Global Financial Crisis demonstrated the damage that a malfunctioning financial sector can cause.
  • 07 Jun 2017 13:26
    Sam Roggeveen’s discussion with Allan Gyngell is a reminder that the Washington Consensus means different things to different people. Let’s try to sort out the diverse interpretations.
  • 30 May 2017 08:33
    If the economy is already back to full capacity, what hope is there for the many Trump voters who find themselves without satisfying jobs?
  • 23 May 2017 08:26
    Perhaps practical policy-makers might be tempted to cut the Gordian knot by imposing capital controls, especially for short-term volatile capital inflows (leaving characteristically-stable foreign direct investment untouched).
  • 16 May 2017 15:50
    Too many trade negotiators share the Trump mindset, counting success in terms of how many export-promoting elements are embodied in these bilateral and plurilateral FTAs.
  • 10 May 2017 11:51
    In 1997 blame for the Asian crisis was sheeted home to incompetent and often-corrupt leadership. This book gives a different and more accurate explanation.
  • 01 May 2017 13:38
    The reasons behind Japan's about-face on a TPP-11 may become clearer later this month.