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Jo Marie Griesgraber, Bernhard G. Gunter. In The World Bank a broad range of contributors assess the impact of this Bretton Woods institution. Owodunni Teriba presents an African perspective of the difficulties of structural adjustment and the humiliation of African governments by donor agencies, . Chandrasekhar offers a sweeping critique of structural adjustment policy, proposing a detailed alternative; Barend A. de Vries examines the history and results of the World Bank's focus on poverty alleviation; Jacklyn Cock and . Webster argue that many.
Jo-Marie Griesgraber, New Rules. The Bretton Woods Project is a UK-based NGO that challenges the World Bank and IMF and promotes alternative approaches. Today is a conversation regarding the FSB, to understand it and so we will conduct a workshop. Whatever the responses to this, when a fair and transparent process works it is able to assign responsibility for what is a good loan and what is a bad loan.
Financial Operations of the World Bank". In Griesgraber, Jo Marie; Gunter, Bernhard G. The World Bank: Lending on a Global Scale. London, UK: Pluto Press. a b Tan, Celine (2007). Bretton Woods Commission. Mosley, Paul; Harrigan, Jane; Toye, John (1995). Toussaint, Eric (1999). Your Money or Your Life!: The Tyranny of Global Finance. The poverty of amnesia: PRSPs in the legacy of structural adjustment". In Stone, Diane; Wright, Christopher.
Series info: Rethinking Bretton Woods. Author: Jo Mari Griesgraber. Ed: Bernhard G. Ed: Jo Marie Griesgraber. Subject: Business-Banking.
This book examines the origins, policies, operations, and impact of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the other members of the World Bank group: the International Finance Corporation.
In The World Bank a broad range of contributors assess the impact of this Bretton Woods institution. development projects are flawed by neglect of the social and environmental impacts and inadequate levels of public participation; David Gillies examines the case for and against applying political conditions to World Bank lending policies; and Daniel C. Milder argues that the World Bank needs to support cross-cultural coalition building as a central tenet of its reforms.
GRIESGRABER, Jo Marie, GUNTER, Bernhard G. Would borrowing countries be better off without the IMF and World Bank? This book takes readers inside these institutions and the governments they work with. London, UK: Pluto Press, 1996. ISBN 978-0745-310-49-7.
Jo Marie Griesgraber.