Gita Gopinath to quit her IMF post in January
The New Indian Express Chennai|October 21, 2021
IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath will leave her post and return to Harvard University’s economics department in January, the fund said.

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Harvard extended Gopinath’s leave of absence by one year, which allowed her to serve at the IMF for three years, the statement said.

She heads the International Monetary Fund’s research department which produces the quarterly World Economic Outlook report with its closely watched GDP growth forecasts.

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