• Earth's Precious Resource

    IMF's Finance & Development magazine explores innovative approaches to managing our natural resources as well as the revenue generated from sales of natural resource products.

  • Frontier Asia on the Rise

    Asia's developing economies represent the region's economic frontier, emerging as a new source of economic dynamism. These countries aspire to climb the development ladder by addressing the challenges

  • What is LIBOR?

    Two young people discuss how the LIBOR interest rate affects the rates on other financial products like credit cards and mortgages.

  • IMF's New Financial Data Query Tool

    The new Financial Data Query tool provides a way to navigate the IMF's financial data. The new query tool is a one-stop-shop that includes cross-country historical financial data since 1984, IMF membe

  • Can Women Save Japan (and Asia Too)?

    Government policies that support women in their work-family balancing act would help Japan remain a player in the global economy.

  • Partnerships for Change: Timor-Leste

    Timorese officials and development partners talk about how IMF technical assistance has laid the foundation for Timor-Leste to manage its newfound oil wealth more effectively and transparently.

  • Partnerships for Change: Kosovo

    In 1999, the people of Kosovo faced the task of rebuilding an economy destroyed by the collapse of socialism, and then war. In this video, Kosovars and IMF experts discuss how they worked together to

  • Partnerships for Change: Cambodia

    Cambodians discuss how IMF technical assistance has helped their country's banking system recover from the devastation of the Khmer Rouge and become a driver of the country's development.

  • Partnerships for Change: Japan and the IMF

    IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde outlines how the IMF helps countries build the capacity to manage their economies more effectively and highlights Japan's important contribution to this endeavo

  • Neighbors in an Interconnected World

    The Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank provides a venue for the 188 member countries to work together to discuss the current global challenges and move forward to achieve economic stability.

  • Fighting Fires, Why the IMF Lends

    Why does the IMF lend? Countries facing economic difficulties can turn to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for advice and loans to get back on track and regenerate economic growth. Using compelli

  • What is Money

    Two young people discuss money—when it started to be used, how it changed, and how it's used today.Check out Finance & Development as it explains some fundamental concepts of economics. Speakers: Harr