Economic Crises and IMF’s Economic Policies: The Reflections on a Quarterly Publication of IMF and World Bank “Finance and Development
Since the beginning of the economic crises in the capitalist system, the causes of the crises have been particularly important issue for many economists. Many economists have analysed the dynamics of the crises from the different theoretical perspectives such as Marxist, Neo-classical and Keynesian. This study aims to draw attention to another aspect of the crises related with IMF-World Bank’s economy policies and their publication activities. The main purpose of this paper is determine the reflections of their insistent economy policies on “Finance and Development” in the crisis periods.
|Date of creation:||1998|
|Publication status:||Published in İktisat, İşletme ve Finans Dergisi 144 (1998): pp. 48-61|
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