Globalizers: The IMF, the World Bank, and Their Borrowersby Ngaire Woods Cornell University Press
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“The Globalizers is an outstanding study of the relationships among the IMF, the World Bank, and their clients. Ngaire Woods presents rich empirical stories and strong analytical insights into the role and mission of these institutions and their relationships. This is a book for those with genuinely open minds about this most complex of subjects.”—Richard Higgott, coeditor of Global Governance
1. Whose Institutions?
2. The Globalizing Mission
3. The Power to Persuade
4. The Mission in Mexico
5. Mission Creep in Russia
6. Mission Unaccomplished in Africa
7. Reforming the IMF and World Bank
"No other book provides such an elegant introduction to the principal lending operations of both the IMF and the World Bank. With exceptional clarity and grace, Ngaire Woods strikes a balance between analysis and constructive criticism. Her portrait of the contemporary evolution of the policies and practices of the IMF and World Bank seamlessly integrates an impressive range of research and journalistic coverage."