Study finds little change in the IMF’s policy advice, despite rhetoric of reform

A new study, the largest of its kind, has systematically examined International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies over the past three decades. It found that—despite claims to have reformed their practices following the global financial crisis—the IMF has in fact ramped up the number of conditions imposed on borrower nations to pre-crisis levels.

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Study finds little change in the IMF’s policy advice, despite rhetoric of reform


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