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International Monetary and Financial System : Developing-Country Perspectives - Gerry Helleiner

International Monetary and Financial System

Developing-Country Perspectives

By: Gerry Helleiner (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 18th December 1995
ISBN: 9780333642474
Number Of Pages: 499

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This text contains papers addressing the major problems and possible reforms in the international monetary and financial system from the perspective of developing countries. Among the issues addressed are global macroeconomic management, international liquidity, volatile private capital flows, structural adjustment, governance in the IMF and World Bank, the role of the regional development banks, and the potential for developing country co-operation.

List of Tables - Preface - List of Abbreviations - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction; G.K.Helleiner - PART 1: GLOBAL MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT AND THE INTERESTS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - Implications for IMF Policies arising from Effects on Developing Countries of Industrial Country Macroeconomic Policies; A.F.Mohammed -Global Macroeconomic Management and the Developing Countries; Y.C.Park & S.Hahm - Comments; A.Del Cid de Bonilla & S.Abrahamian - PART 2: INTERNATIONAL LIQUIDITY, CAPITAL MOBILITY AND THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - International Liquidity and the Needs of the World Economy; A.Buira -The Management of Capital Flows: Domestic Policy and International Cooperation; G.A.Calvo -Comments; C.Ossa, F.El-Refaie, Y.Akyuz, M.A.Uduebo, M.U.Montoya - PART 3: DEVELOPMENT FINANCE - Foreign Resource Flows and Financing of Development in Sub-Saharan Africa; B.J.Ndulu - Financing Economic Development in Low-Income Countries; J.Abbey - Comments; M.A.Uduebo, N.Girvan, M.Kankwenda, Y.Akyuz - PART 4: ISSUES IN TRANSITION AND ADJUSTMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS - Structural Adjustment and Reform in Developing Countries; M.S.Ahluwalia - Transition and International Financial Institutions; D.Avramovic PART 5: RELATIONS BETWEEN THE IMF, THE WORLD BANK AND THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - The Roles of International Financial Institutions: A Latin American Reassessment; P.Meller - IMF-World Bank Policy Advice: The Coordination/Cross-Conditionality Question; R.Junguito - PART 6: GOVERNANCE ISSUES WITHIN THE IMF AND THE WORLD BANK - From Supplicants to Shareholders: Developing Countries and the World Bank; M.Naim - Governance of the Fund; A.Kafka - Comments; G.C.Mungi - PART 7: THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS AND THE WORLD BANK - The Evolution of the Multilateral Development Banks; D.Kapur & R.Webb - Regional Development Banks and the Objectives of the Bretton Woods Institutions; D.G.Rwegasira & H.Kifle - Comments; C.Ossa -PART 8: THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES' INFLUENCE WITHIN THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AND FINANCIAL SYSTEM - Developing Country Cooperation in International Financial Institutions; L.Jayawardena - Back to the Future: Small Developing Countries in the International Monetary System; T.W.Farrell - Comments; N.Girvan - Appendix: Conference Opening Address; C.G.Trujillo, President of the Republic of Colombia - Index

ISBN: 9780333642474
ISBN-10: 0333642473
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 499
Published: 18th December 1995
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 3.33
Weight (kg): 0.81
Edition Number: 10

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