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50 years is enough : the case against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund

Author: Kevin Danaher
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : South End Press, ©1994.
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50 years is enough.
Boston, Mass. : South End Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)654729725
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Danaher
ISBN: 0896084965 9780896084964 0896084957 9780896084957
OCLC Number: 30318285
Description: xiii, 210 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface : Redefining Development / Muhammad Yunus --
Introduction / Kevin Danaher --
World Bank/IMF : 50 years is enough / Bruce Rich --
Global economic counterrevolution : how northern economic warfare devastates the south / Walden Bello --
IMF/World Bank wreak havoc on Third World / Davison Budhoo --
The free trade connection / John Gershman --
The debt boomerang / Susan Strange --
The doctrine of odious debts / Patricia Adams, interviewed by Juliette Majot --
Whatever happened to Third World debt? / Doug Henwood --
Brazil : drowning in debt / Marcos Arruda, interviewed by Multinational Monitor --
World Bank and IMF adjustment lending in Chile / The International NGO Forum --
Structural adjustment and Costa Rican agriculture / Alicia Korten --
World Bank and IMF adjustment lending in the Philippines / The International NGO Forum --
Jamaica : the showpiece that didn't stand up / Kathy McAfee --
Ghana : the World Bank's sham showcase / Ross Hammond and Lisa McGowan --
Mozambique : in the coils of structural adjustment / Mozambique Information Agency --
Food for thought : Senegal's struggle with structural adjustment / Abdoulaye Ndiaye --
From apartheid to neoliberalism in South Africa / Patrick Bond --
Zimbabwe : SAP means "suffering for African people" / Michael O'Heaney --
Stealing from the state (Mexico, Hungary & Kenya) / Natalie Avery --
International institutions practicing environmental double standards / Vandana Shiva --
World Bank takes control of UNCED's environment fund / Patience Idemudia and Kole Shettima --
The World Bank and tribal peoples / Survival International --
Fury over a river / Pradeep S. Mehta --
The World Bank and the feminization of poverty / Inge Khoury --
Women, structural adjustment and empowerment / Merle Hodge, interviewed by Eloise Magenheim --
Battling the World Bank / Nilufar Ahmad, interviewed by Multinational Monitor --
Internal report card looks bad for structural adjustments / Cameron Duncan --
World Bank failures soar to 37.5% of completed projects in 1991 / Pratap Chatterjee --
The World Bank after the Wapenhans Report --
what now? / Richard Gerster --
The World Bank's new rules (same as the old rules) / Patricia Adams --
World bunk / John B. Landis --
Banking on poverty : an insider's look at the World Bank / Michael H.K. Irwin --
Fighting poverty at the World Bank / Margie Snider --
International tribunal judges the G-7 / Peoples' Tribunal, Tokyo --
African alternative framework to structural adjustment / United Nations Economic Commission for Africa --
Reforming the global environment facility / Cameron Duncan --
Little world banks / Jessica Matthews --
Conclusion : what to do?
Other Titles: Fifty years is enough
Responsibility: edited by Kevin Danaher.

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