Poorest Countries & the Emerging
International Financial Architecture
Aid Dependency & the Phasing out of Projects.
The Case of Swedish Aid to Tanzania
By Stephany Griffith-Jones, et al.
Almqvist & Wiksell
73 pages, illustrated
OUT OF PRINT
This study focuses on issues of international measures to prevent and better manage economic crises and discusses their relevance for the poorest countries. Among the measures are the creation of the Financial Stability Forum and new IMF-facilities such as the Credit Contingency Line. The study also examines why the traditional emphasis on crisis management needs to be changed to the management of booms.
Expert Group on Development Issues, 1999:4
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