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Published by International Monetary Fund, Policy Development and Review Dept. in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • International Monetary Fund.,
  • Financial crises.,
  • Capital market.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Uma Ramakrishnan and Juan Zalduendo.
SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/06/75
ContributionsZalduendo, Juan., International Monetary Fund. Policy Development and Review Dept.
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20689965M

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In fact the IMF always used it as a role model of successful financial system for other nations. In other terms, the reason for the crisis were the budget restrictions imposed by IMF leading to deprivation of support in the internal structure of the country such as health, education, security and national infrastructure (Blustein,P. ). Downloadable! This paper examines the role of IMF-supported programs in crisis prevention; specifically, whether, conditional on an episode of intense market pressures, IMF financial support helps prevent a capital account crisis from developing and, if so, through what channels. In doing so, the paper distinguishes between the seal of approval inherent in IMF support and its financing. Role of the IMF times and the subsequent painful deleveraging process. Capital reg-ulations requiring additional capital buffers during upswings would contribute to crisis prevention at the global level by discouraging the accumulation of risks and leverage and by Cited by: While the theoretical literature specifically on the role of IMF support in crisis prevention is still largely in its infancy, the broader literature on currency crises, as well as several recent studies, can provide some useful insights. 28 In the typical setting considered by this .

  In the wake of the global crisis the IMF has increased its exposure and modified its lending approach. This column looks at IMF loan arrangements in developing countries since and suggests that the Fund has played a role in dampening contagion effects. However, its lending operations have also been influenced by political similarity between borrowers and G7 governments. the global economy and the role of the IMF therein will be persistent forces of change that will continue shaping the IMF’s functions, policies, and operations. The Handbook draws heavily on IMF documents and, for accuracy, the language is kept as close as possible to the. “Despite these and other similarities, however, the Bank and the IMF remain distinct. The fundamental difference is this: the Bank is primarily a development institution; the IMF is a cooperative institution that seeks to maintain an orderly system of payments and receipts between nations. Each has a different purpose, a distinct structure, receives its funding from different sources. The Asian financial crisis and the role of the IMF: A survey Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 4(urn:hdl/) January with 3, Reads How we measure.