Conditionality impacts


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Land

News

Brown’s “New Deal” suggests enhanced Bank, Fund roles

Gordon Brown’s recent speeches on a “New Deal” for the global economy have been generally welcomed, especially for their suggestions that aid budgets should be increased.

5 February 2002

Infrastructure

News

Bank plans private sector shake-up

In February the World Bank’s Board will consider a new Private Sector Development Strategy.

17 January 2002

Conditionality

Analysis

Bank and Fund watchers must watch WTO

As the World Bank and the IMF inch closer towards streamlining their policies with those of the WTO, and vice-versa, a Bretton Woods Briefing discusses why Bank and Fund watchers should keep a close eye on the WTO negotiations (November 2001) .

1 January 2002 | Briefings

Conditionality

News

Ownership friendly conditionality

A new IMF paper proposes changes to current methods of applying conditionality.

2 November 2001

Conditionality

News

Ghana PRS has “potential”

An assessment of Ghana’s Poverty Reduction Strategy process (GPRS) suggests there is much potential for formulating, in a participatory manner, an effective poverty reduction strategy.

2 November 2001

Conditionality

News

Conditionality review exposes divergent opinions

Consultations held in Berlin, Tokyo and London for the IMF’s conditionality review have revealed significant differences in opinions.

10 September 2001

Conditionality

News

UN report proposes new global institutions

A major policy report has been produced with proposals for the Financing for Development summit to be held next March 2002 in Monterrey, Mexico.

10 September 2001

Conditionality

News

Bank rejects adjustment findings

Initial findings of a review of adjustment policies by government, WB and civil society were presented to Bank management in Washington DC in July.

10 September 2001

Conditionality

News

Argentina to be sacrificed on free-market altar?

In August, Argentinian teachers, doctors and public workers went on strike and unemployed workers and students blocked roads to protest against rising unemployment and cuts in pensions and salaries.

10 September 2001

Conditionality

News

Slimmer IMF but fatter Bank

The IMF’s efforts to streamline itself are likely to make little difference to countries implementing Bank and IMF programmes.

18 June 2001