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The Institute of International Monetary Research does not provide a paid-for subscription service (with publications, regular e-mails and so on) at present.
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It is intended - as and when the Institute's resources allow - to offer a macroeconomic and monetary subscription service for educational institutions, including university and sixth-form students.
If you would like to apply for an internship with the Institute, please contact the Director, Dr Juan Castaneda
"During my internship with the IIMR I was allowed to contribute to a fascinating paper on the history of monetary policy. My work at the Institute was intellectually enriching, endowing me with a number of academic skills. If you are interested in monetary policy, central banking and macroeconomics, I highly recommend applying for an internship with the IIMR."
Valentina Milanova, Autumn 2016
"Working at the IIMR was an excellent opportunity to develop my PR and marketing skills as it provided me a very collaborative, welcoming and intellectually stimulating environment. Throughout my internship as a communication assistant, I benefited greatly from the research events which were organised in collaboration with the Institute of Economic Affairs, where I had a chance to meet distinguished scholars, economists and researchers. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending anyone who is interested in practising communications or enhancing their economic knowledge to apply here for an internship."
Secil Ozergan, January 2017
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Michael Millbrodt, February 2017
The founder of Communist Russia, Vladimir Lenin, was quoted by Keynes (in his 1919 Economic Consequences of the Peace) as claiming,
"...the best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency...Lenin was certainly right. There is no subtler, surer way of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency."
Keynes advocated monetary stability as a means of maintaining respect for the key institutions of liberal democracies.