From Latin America to North Africa and the Middle East, governments experience backlash against IMF loan programmes and policy recommendations.
Effectiveness of IMF’s approach questioned, as Argentina undergoes technical default.
Latest IMF guidance on gender issues raises more questions than answers as it opens the door to impact assessments and alternative macro policies.
Clampdown on civil society leaves stain on this year’s Annual Meetings, as global civic space is increasingly under threat
As IMF increases Argentina loan, its policies continue to ignore root causes of crisis with predictable impacts for Argentinians
One year after Oxfam study, IMF making progress on inequality agenda but still needs a fundamental shift
At the end of every year, the Bretton Woods Project highlights some of the most farcical remarks of Fund and World Bank staff. This time, it’s set to music.
As Argentina agrees to a $50 billion IMF loan, the ghost of loans past lingers, as protests erupt and strikes begin.
Notes from the Civil Society Policy Forum panel event on 17 October on the IMF’s approach to gender.
This Civil Society Policy Forum Session was co-sponsored by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce,…
IMF's new chief economist views on exchange rates considered unorthodox
Jubilee Debt Campaign’s new report calls for “urgent measures” to “prevent a new debt crisis” highlighting the risk of the ongoing lending boom to impoverished countries as IMF discusses contractual reforms.
Notes of a meeting on sovereign debt restructuring at the World Bank-IMF annual meetings 2014
Notes of a meeting on sovereign debt restructuring after SCOTUS at the World Bank-IMF annual meetings 2014
UN votes to adopt developing countries’ resolution on a legal framework for debt resolution, independent of creditors, including the IMF.
Argentina has agreed a deal with its Paris Club creditors, which have been accused of aggressive behaviour in demanding repayment of double the original debt.