Central Banking

IMF paper on managing director appointments

A new paper from the Independent Evaluation Office of the IMF looks back at the history of appointing managing directors at the Fund.

The paper first reviews the processes for selection and appointment as they have developed in practice over time. Second, it reviews recent improvements in processes in other international organisations for appointing heads. Third, it considers whether there are any lessons to be learned from best practice on the appointment of heads of national public bodies

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