Notes of a meeting on emerging markets in transition at the World Bank-IMF annual meetings 2014
An IMF review of three new lending facilities has resulted in only "cosmetic" changes critics say.
The IMF released papers accepting the case against inequality, however it shows no indication of changing its demands upon borrowing countries.
As emerging markets suffer renewed bout of financial volatility, risk of worse to come as IMF struggles to provide even-handed global policy coordination.
A new study shows a significant worldwide pattern of protests targeting the IMF, reflecting the increase in IMF influence through loan programmes with austerity conditions attached and indirect pressure on governments.
The IMF's involvement in the Troika is again being questioned due to Greek loan unsustainability and lack of consensus amongst the Troika members, while citizens continue to challenge the conditionality of the programme.
The Bretton Woods Project review of the most important developments at the World Bank and IMF in 2013.
CEPR event at the 2013 civil society forum on whether a recovery is under way in Europe; held as a debate between Prakash Loungani of the IMF's research department and Mark Weisbrot, CEPR co-director.
Minutes of an IMF consultation on fiscal transparency policy
Forecasting models are crucial to how the Fund performs its role as lender and global economic monitor, but the assumptions underpinning these models are frequently derided as unrealistic.