International Financial Cooperation
A Framework For Change
This book presents papers on the recycling of funds from surplus to deficit countries; stabilizing the existing International Financial System; securing an adequate level of investment return for surplus countries; the role of the special drawing rights; and mineral and energy financing.
Table of Contents
1. An Overview 2. Recycling in the 1970s and Prospects for the 1980s 3. Transfer of Resources: Institutional Alternatives 4. New Financial Mechanisms 5. Recycling to the Poorest Countries 6. Whose Conditionality? 7. International Currency Reform 8. A World View: The Case for a World Development Council 9. South-South Monetary Cooperation 10. Action for the 1980s