This book brings together a theoretical overview of the subject, cases describing the principal institutional actors, carefully excerpted cases of bilateral financial negotiations, and a helpful glossary of technical terms. It explores the key aspects of debtor country bargaining power.
1. International Financial Negotiatiom and Adjustment Bargaining: An Overview Part One: International Institutional Actors 2. The International Monetary Fund 3. The World Bank 4. The Creditor Clubs: Paris and London Part Two: The Political Economy of International Financial Negotiations 5. Mexico, 1982: Paving the Way with Exceptions 6. Restructuring Zaires Debt, 1979–1982 7. Nigeria, 1983–1986: Reaching Agreement with the Fund 8. The Philippines, 1983–1986: Negotiating Under Uncertainty 9. Brazil, 1985–1987: Pursuing Heterodoxy to a Moratorium