Daniel Hardy

Adviser, International Monetary Fund

Daniel Hardy is an Adviser at the International Monetary Fund. In the course of his career, he has worked on a wide range of industrialised, emerging market, and developing countries. He has contributed to macroeconomic surveillance, financial sector surveillance and in particular FSAPs, the design and implementation of Fund-supported programs, policy development, and technical assistance. His recent research has centred on bank behavior, stability analysis, and political economy issues.

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