The Commonwealth Secretariat has published the discussion papers of the Developing Countries and the Global Financial System conference held at Lancaster House, London in July 2000. The conference, organised by the secretariat, the Bank and the Fund brought together policymakers from developing countries to discuss the impact of the current financial system and to design a new financial architecture. Regulating international capital flows and the role of IFIs are central themes of the book. It also discusses the marginalisation of developing countries within the international financial system.
Review maintains inadequate and inconsistent approach to economic and gender inequality, as well as climate change.
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