In this book, the author integrates the structural adjustment experience of Third World countries with the policies, practices, and relationships of external financial agents in his discussion of options for reforming policy and of the limitations inherent in implementing these reforms. .
1. The Nature and Origins of Economic Instability in the Third World 2. Domestic Policies of Stabilization and Adjustment 3. Transnational Bank Finance and Structural Adjustment in Third World Countries 4. The International Monetary Fund 5. The World Bank and Structural Adjustment 6. Aid and the Economic Crisis 7. Future Directions 8. Summary and Conclusion