Can reforming global institutions help developing countries share more in the benefits from globalization?

Globalization has expanded both opportunities and risks. How should responsibilities be allocated [and coordinated] between the global financial institutions that developed in the 1940s and the regional financial institutions that began developing in the 1960s? Can growth-oriented policies be harmon...

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Main Author: Solimano, Andrés
Corporate Author: World Bank Development Research Group
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Washington, DC World Bank, Development Research Group, Macroeconomics and Growth 2001, [2001]
Series:Policy research working paper
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Collection: World Bank E-Library Archive - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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