The first book dedicated to a discussion of the important successes of the International Monetary Fund, written from first-hand knowledge and experience by staff and senior country officials
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This book provides a definitive account of the recent history of the International Monetary Fund, and the successes it has enjoyed since it was founded. With fascinating contributions by current and former IMF staff members, this book offers a unique insight into the workings of the organization and explores how it has benefited many.Über den Autor:
EDUARD BRAU was the Director of the Finance Department of the International Monetary Fund from 1999-2004, when he retired. He previously worked in senior positions in the IMF dealing with the countries of the former Soviet Union, with debt and financing issues in Latin America, and with country programs in Africa. He holds a PhD in Economics from Duke University, USA.
IAN MCDONALD was the Chief Editor in the External Relations Department at the International Monetary Fund up until his retirement in 2001. Before joining the IMF he was Washington Correspondent for The Times of London and an Editorial Writer for The Glasgow Herald. He holds masters' degrees from Oxford University and The George Washington University, Washington DC.
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