The report of the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission: comments on the critics; reform of the international architecture

@inproceedings{Meltzer2000TheRO,
  title={The report of the International Financial Institution Advisory Commission: comments on the critics; reform of the international architecture},
  author={Allan H. Meltzer},
  year={2000}
}
When the U.S. Congress approved $18 billion of additional funding for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in November 1998, it authorized a study of international financial institutions. Congressional concerns included the growing frequency, severity and cost of financial disturbances, the fragility of the international monetary system, the ineffectiveness of development banks, and corruption in Russia, Indonesia, Africa and elsewhere. But Congress also expressed concern about whether… CONTINUE READING

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