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May 08, 2007

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mohammadreza

my candidate is Amartya Sen

Torben

PM Tony Blair or Mohammed Yunus.

Andrew

Kemal abi!

Alan

What about Gobind Nankani?

Rob

The right profile is Simon Johnson. Oh, wait, he is taken

Dan Olner

What, he's only a tiny bit Turkish...? :)

jim

Kostas Simitis;p

minderbender

Most likely the new president will have to have Wolf in his/her name. Frankly, though, even if we can get a non-Wolf, I don't think Angelina Jolie is a good candidate. Much better to go with someone like Salma Hayek, who is famous for her Austrian-school economics.

Ale

I would go with Arminio Fraga, the outstanding brazilian economist...well, he maybe is more suitable for the IMF.

David

Paul Volcker, although he's getting on in years. Janet Yellen? I'll second Yunus.

Víctor

Amartya Sen

Ed

I will follow Joe Stiglitz and vote for Arminio Fraga.

Mario

Realistically, it will still be an American, won't it? Is that likely to change?

sil

Yes, they probably have to be American.

My guess is Stanley Fischer.

gaddeswarup

Let us hope that it wo'nt be John Bolton.

alexkossoy

What about William Easterly ?

He has the capacities to do the job: lots of field knowledge, has been in the institution for a long time, he's an aknowledged theorist of developpement, too.

no ?

Refik Halit Karay

Dani Rodrik. Why not?

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