Examines the policy of conditionality and cross-conditionality, which international institutions like the International Monetary Fund and World Bank apply to grant loans to developing countries. The explosion of conditionality has become a key issue in international relations since the mid-1980s. This book presents six detailed country studies on the issue, written by distinguished academics and/or senior policy makers, from these countries. The countries featured include Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Mexico and Tanzania and conclusions and policy lessons are drawn from these.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 1992
Edited by Ennio Rodriguez
Edited by Stephany Griffith-Jones