Who’s next after Dominique?

Just as many of us thought, or simply followed media speculations that the next head of the IMF would also come from France, a new strong candidate emerged. Stanley Fischer, currently a governor of the Bank of Israel, is said to join the run for this important position.
Personally I would support this candidate much more than any other. For he is known for excellent expertise and had positive effect on many important minds in economics (like Greg Mankiw, for example). I just don’t understand why would Israel agree to lose its great central bank governor?
Fischer was sworn in for a second term as a governor in 2010. He has been rated a top gavernor with a grade “A” by Global Finance Magazine in 2010 and has been praised for his effective governorship.

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