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Understanding the IMF Debate
By Thomas D. Willett
This article appeared in the Spring 2001 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Although the attacks on the International Monetary Fund from the far left and the far right are often misguided, the IMF needs serious reform. Unfortunately, the reforms that the IMF needs most—better policy coordination and implementation, greater transparency, and the avoidance of pegged exchange rates and moral-hazard problems—face serious bureaucratic and political obstacles.





Volume 5 Number 4
Spring 2001

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