This book aims to develop and test a model of International Monetary Fund (IMF) decision-making that will offer a better understanding of how the IMF applies its lending terms to individual countries such as Jamaica, Zaire, Sudan, India, United Kingdom, Turkey and Argentina.
1. Introduction 2. Internal IMF Policy Structures and Process 3. The Case of Jamaica: 1976–1981 4. The Case of Zaire: 1976–1981 5. The Case of Sudan: 1979–1985 6. The Case of India: 1981 7. The Case of the United Kingdom: 1975–1977 8. The Case of Turkey: 1977–1982 9. The Case of Argentina: 1982–1987 10. Conclusion