Conditionality impacts


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Conditionality

News

Social Principles limited to crisis situations

The Bank’s paper on best practices for implementing the social principles will be discussed by the Board on 10 September.

15 September 1999

Environment

Analysis

World Bank and IMF: Dilemmas and Opportunities

Are the World Bank and IMF now taking environmental and social issues seriously?

25 June 1999 | Briefings

Accountability

News

Curbing corruption

IMF policies have exacerbated corruption according to a Christian Aid briefing on new approaches to debt relief.

15 June 1999

Conditionality

News

Forest conditionality explored

A new paper from the World Resources Institute examines the World Bank’s use of adjustment lending to promote policy reform for favourable environmental outcomes.

15 June 1999

Conditionality

News

Initiative changes

The G7 have agreed changes to the Heavily Indebted Poor Country Debt Initiative which will impose more conditionality in return for earlier relief from interest payments.

15 June 1999

Conditionality

Analysis

The “Perestroika Of Aid”? New Perspectives On Conditionality

This report considers the factors which have led to a proliferation of conditionality and the growing acceptance that it is not an effective tool for persuading governments to make reforms. It proposes that an alternative is to encourage “ownership” and to base lending agreements on “poverty focused” programmes developed at the national level (1999).

15 March 1999 | Briefings

Conditionality

News

Selectivity: conditionality by any other name

Government officials met the World Bank in March to discuss new criteria for allocating its IDA (soft loan) resources among countries.

15 March 1999

Conditionality

News

Brazilians protest spending cuts

Brazilian NGOs, trade unions, students and opposition parties protested outside the World Bank’s office in Brasilia against the government’s agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Bank’s decision to suspend loans to two state governments.

15 March 1999

Finance

Analysis

Assessing Assessing Aid

A discussion and critique of the main points in a prominent World Bank report on aid policy and conditionality - “Assessing Aid, What Works, What Doesn’t and Why”. The Bank’s report is very frank about the many failures of aid financing, but its proposals of targeting finance to good performing countries are controversial (1999).

15 January 1999 | Briefings

Conditionality

News

Brazil stabilisation means cuts for key donor projects

The IMF with multilateral banks and other donors has agreed a $41bn package to help Brazil fend off international currency speculators.

15 December 1998