The International Monetary Fund

  • M. A. G. van Meerhaeghe
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Abstract

This chapter is devoted to the origins of the IMF and to its principal provisions and operation. A brief appraisal is followed by a few suggestions for further reading.

Keywords

Central Bank Member Country Trust Fund International Monetary System Reserve Position 
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Bibliography

A. IMF publications

  1. International Financial News Survey (weekly up to 28 July 1972), IMF Survey (fortnightly, since 14 August 1972)Google Scholar
  2. The International Monetary Fund, 1945–1965 Twenty years on international monetary cooperation (1969) — Vol. L J. K. Horsefleld, Chronicle; Vol. 2: M. G. De Vries et al., Analysis; Vol. 3. Documents (reproducing most of the documents referred to in the first two volumes)Google Scholar
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B. Other publications

  1. A. Walters. Do we need the IMF and the World Bank? ( Institute of Economic Affairs, London 1994 )Google Scholar
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  8. A conversation with Mr. Witteveen, Finance and Development, Sept. 1978.Google Scholar

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  • M. A. G. van Meerhaeghe

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