Can reforming global institutions help developing countries share more in the benefits from globalization? by Andrés Solimano Solimano, Andrés

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Solimano, Andrés
Globalization.; Financial institutions.; Developing countries - Economic conditions.
Globalization has expanded both opportunities and risks. How should responsibilities be allocated [and coordinated] between the global financial institutions that developed in the 1940s and the regional financial institutions that began developing in the 1960s? Can growth-oriented policies be harmonized at national and global levels to reduce volatility and promote social equity?
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