Saturday, August 02, 2003
:: Latest update from the Bretton Woods Project ::The Bretton Woods Project has sent round it's latest update on the activities of the World Bank and IMF.
As usual it makes fascinating reading and is highly recommended...
Following the links below to individual stories:
* Activists oppose Bank ‘clean development’ credits for Brazilian forest plantation
* Report condemns IMF ability to anticipate and prevent crises
* IMF’s critical view on financial integration: Is it real?
* Inside the institutions: How the World Bank deals with fraud and corruption in its projects
* “US-driven” World Bank “forces its view on developing countries” - poll
** Campaigners challenge legal basis of Baku-Ceyhan pipeline
* Harmonisation and coherence: White knights or Trojan horses?
* GAO faults Bank on internal controls and performance measurement
* Questions raised over World Bank post-conflict work
* Bank and IMF role in Iraq taking shape
* Bank nutrition projects ‘wasting resources’, report finds
* World Bank and IMF forcing privatisation: new report
* UK drafting new institutional strategy on the World Bank
* Bank, Fund moves on extractives transparency
* Review criticises Bank disclosure policy implementation
* US, Europeans trade blows over lack of progress on Bank, Fund governance reform
* IMF transparency still lagging on crucial issues
* WB/IMF Annual Meetings 2003
* IFC Photo competition spawns rival
* ‘Chicago boys’ take charge at IMF
Posted 11:27 pm by Matt Prescott