His scientific interests lie mostly in Monetary economics, Latin Americans, Exchange rate, Developing country and Washington Consensus. His research in Monetary economics intersects with topics in Allegation, Order and International economics. His Latin Americans research incorporates themes from Economic history, Order, Economic reform and Income distribution.
His Exchange rate research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Emerging markets, Orthodoxy, Vulnerability and Fixed interest rate loan. His Developing country research is within the category of Economic growth. His Washington Consensus research integrates issues from Section, Set and Public administration.
Monetary economics, Exchange rate, International economics, Development economics and Social security are his primary areas of study. His biological study deals with issues like Liberian dollar, which deal with fields such as Current account, World economy, Renminbi and Equilibrium exchange. His Exchange rate study results in a more complete grasp of Macroeconomics.
His International economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Global imbalances and East Asia. John Williamson combines subjects such as Economic growth, Poverty, Modernization theory and Latin Americans with his study of Development economics. In his study, China, Notional amount and Population ageing is strongly linked to Pension, which falls under the umbrella field of Social security.
John Williamson mainly investigates Monetary economics, Liberian dollar, Currency, International economics and China. His Monetary economics study incorporates themes from Asian studies and Macroeconomics. His Liberian dollar research includes themes of Renminbi, Current account and Equilibrium exchange.
The Currency study combines topics in areas such as Order and Financial crisis. In International economics, he works on issues like Capital account, which are connected to Financial globalization and Globalization. His China study deals with Pension intersecting with Economic growth, Developing country, Development economics, Social security and Relevance.
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What Washington Means by Policy Reform
John B. Williamson.
Latin American adjustment : how much has happened?
The Political Economy of Policy Reform
Peterson Institute Press: All Books (1994)
Democracy and the “Washington consensus”
World Development (1993)
The exchange rate system
What should the world bank think about the Washington consensus
World Bank Research Observer (2000)
The Research Imagination: An Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
Paul S. Gray;John B. Williamson;David A. Karp;John R. Dalphin.
Estimating Equilibrium Exchange Rates
Research Papers in Economics (1994)
Exchange Rate Regimes for Emerging Markets: Reviving the Intermediate Option
Research Papers in Economics (2000)
A survey of financial liberalization
John Williamson;Molly Mahar.
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