Development Financing A Framework for International Financial Co-operation

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2014-01-09
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
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Development Financing tackles the complicated subject of how to aid and finance the development of LEDCs. The problem, according to the writers, has not been whether or not to negotiate, but rather where and what should be negotiated when it came to tackling third world debt. As the debate reaches a stand-off between the more economically developed and less economically developed countries, this book offers several sets of perspectives (in a selection of essays) on how to appropriately manage the thorny issues of development financing.

Author Biography

Salah Al-Shaikhly is the former Iraqi Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2004-2008). Previously he has held several government posts, including Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq (1976).

Table of Contents

1. Open Issues in International Finance, Dragoslav Avramovic (Serbia)
2. The Role of the new OPEC Development Agency, Abdelkader Sid Ahmed
(University of Paris, France)
3. The ‘Massive Transfer’ of Resources to Developing Countries, Lal
Jayawardena (Sri Lanka)
4. OPEC Surplus Fund, Robert Mabro (University of Oxford, UK)
5. Gold SDRs and Developing Countries, David A. Brodsky (USA) and Gary P.
Sampson (Melbourne Business School, Australia)
6. Massive Transfers of Resources: Mechanisms and Institutions, Michael
Stewart (UK)
7. The Why and How of Funding LDC Debt, John Williamson (Peterson Institute
for International Economics, USA)
8. Development Finance in the Nineteen-Eighties, Vijay Joshi (University of
Oxford, UK)

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