Paper on governance and the IMF

The Bank of Canada Working Paper "Governance and the IMF: Does the Fund Follow Corporate Best Practice?" identifies governance issues facing the International Monetary Fund that have remained largely ignored by the literature and policy-makers alike.

The governance challenges facing the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are not simply limited to representation and voice, and the associated question of quota allocation. The author identifies governance issues that hitherto remained largely ignored

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