Uneven patterns of governance: how developing countries are represented in the IMF

@article{Woods2006UnevenPO,
  title={Uneven patterns of governance: how developing countries are represented in the IMF},
  author={N. Woods and D. Lombardi},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2006},
  volume={13},
  pages={480 - 515}
}
ABSTRACT The IMF is governed by a 24-member Executive Board which represents 184 countries. Although often prized as a small and efficient decision-making body, the Board represents some countries more effectively than others. This is due to the institutional structure and incentives within which the Board operates. Prime among them is a system of constituencies which have formed and evolved as countries have sought to improve their position in the organization. These groups vary in size… Expand
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