What are the functions of the international financial institutions?How do they operate, and how do they relate to eachother?How have they evolved in order to respond to international economic developments?This introductory text surveys the financial and monetary functions of international financial institutions providing clear insights into how the institutions function, and how they influence, and are influenced by practical economic policy-making. The text has been kept simple, to allow readers to form a clear understanding of the nature of international financial institutions without delving into complicated statutory or regulatory detail. Boxed case studies and anecdotes from insiders are used throughout the text to ensure that readers have a real sense of how institutions actually work in practice and suggestions for further reading are given at the end of each chapter .Undergraduate students of international business, international finance, international political-economy and international relations will welcome this concise, readable text.Dr.
Age F P Bakker is Deputy Director of the Dutch Central BankNB: Kevin, can the contents be listed in the back cover, down one side please? Thanks K