Established at the end of World War II to restore economic stability, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) promotes financial cooperation and growth among its 185 member countries. To cope with increasing challenges of the global economy, the IMF has promoted greater transparency of financial markets and pursued governance reform within the organization.
Reuters/Dado Ruvic - Euro banknotes and a currency graph are placed on mirror and in this picture illustration taken in Zenica, January 22, 2011.
A Healthy Challenge to the Old Guard of Global Finance
October 21, 2014, Eswar Prasad
Eswar Prasad discusses the evolving international monetary system and how recent crises have tested the strength and legitimacy of current financial policies and institutions.
Global Financial Crisis
Multilateral Development Organizations
September 26, 2014
Opinion | Wall Street Journal Washington Wire
August 20, 2014, David Wessel
August 15, 2014, Amadou Sy and Temesgen Deressa
Opinion | Project Syndicate
August 12, 2014, Kemal Derviş
July 17, 2014, Bruce Jones and Thomas Wright
Opinion | 2paragraphs
July 7, 2014, Steven Pifer
June 19, 2014, Guillermo Vuletin
May 22, 2014, Clifford G. Gaddy and Barry W. Ickes
April 25, 2014, Amy Copley
Interview | Council on Foreign Relations
April 14, 2014, Steven Pifer
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Michael W. Klein
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
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