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Policy Papers - July 01, 2008

Governing the Global Economy: Strengthening Multilateral Institutions

Ngaire Woods

 

 

This paper takes a focused look at the multilateral mechanisms geared toward managing international finance, trade, and development. Author Ngaire Woods spells out the key policy shifts needed within three of the world's most important economic bodies: the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank in order to foster the development of an international system better suited to the current turbulent economic climate.

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