If Canada is to play a leadership role in its G7 year, it must be seen as an effective advocate of meaningful solutions to global problems, writes James A. Haley, as IMF annual meetings get underway in Washington.
James A. Haley
CIGI senior fellow and Executive Director for Canada to the Inter-American Development Bank.
James A. Haley joined CIGI as senior fellow in September 2014. He is currently the Executive Director for Canada to the Inter-American Development Bank. Jim has served in a number of positions in the federal Department of Finance, most recently as general director of the Economic and Fiscal Policy Branch. He has also lectured on international finance and macroeconomics at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.
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