The Implications of Conditionality: The International Monetary Fund and Africa

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The Implications of Conditionality: The International Monetary Fund and Africa

By Fredoline O. Anunobi
University Press of America, 1992
362 pp. $29.50
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Professor Anunobi of Nigeria argues in some detail that the International Monetary Fund's emphasis on short-run stability inhibits the long-run growth of developing countries and damages their social fabric. Needless to say, his alternatives--for Nigeria and other countries--are also highly controversial.

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