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bw_cover_issue_1The Bretton Woods Observer, a quarterly critical review of developments at the World Bank and IMF, is respected by officials, journalists, NGOs and researchers world-wide as a reliable source on the Bretton Woods institutions. It is available on online and as pdf editions as well as in different email formats and a bi-yearly printed versions (the Spring and Autumn issues). Between November 2013 and November 2014 we sent out the Bretton Woods Bulletin an update of news and action on the World Bank and IMF, published in between editions of the Observer. This is available on the web and by email. And we also produce a bi-weekly roundup of news and critical viewpoints on the Bank and IMF, the Bretton Woods News Lens. To subscribe to one of these, or our alerts about new content, events and briefings, please complete the form below. The Bretton Woods Project treats subscribers’ details as strictly confidential and will not pass them to any third party.

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