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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
January 1979
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    International Monetary Fund Pamphlet Series

    (All pamphlets have been published in English, French, and Spanish, unless otherwise stated)

    • *1. Introduction to the Fund, by J. Keith Horsefield. First Edition, 1964. Second edition, 1965. Second edition also in German.

    • *2. The International Monetary Fund: Its Form and Functions, by J. Marcus Fleming. 1964. In English only.

    • 3. The International Monetary Fund and Private Business Transactions: Some Legal Effects of the Articles of Agreement, by Joseph Gold. 1965.

    • 4. The International Monetary Fund and International Law: An Introduction, by Joseph Gold. 1965

    • *5. The Financial Structure of the Fund, by Rudolf Kroc. First edition, 1965. Second edition, 1967.

    • *6. Maintenance of the Gold Value of the Fund’s Assets, by Joseph Gold. First edition, 1965. Second edition, 1971.

    • 7. The Fund and Non-Member States: Some Legal Effects, by Joseph Gold. 1966.

    • 8. The Cuban Insurance Cases and the Articles of the Fund, by Joseph Gold. 1966.

    • 9. Balance of Payments: Its Meaning and Uses, by Poul H0st-Madsen. 1967.

    • *10. Balance of Payments Concepts and Definitions. First edition, 1968. Second edition, 1969.

    • 11. Interpretation by the Fund, by Joseph Gold. 1968.

    • 12. The Reform of the Fund, by Joseph Gold. 1969.

    • 13. Special Drawing Rights, by Joseph Gold. First edition, 1969. Second edition, with subtitle Character and Use, 1970.

    • 14. The Fund’s Concepts of Convertibility, by Joseph Gold. 1971.

    • 15. Special Drawing Rights: The Role of Language, by Joseph Gold. 1971.

    • 16. Some Reflections on the Nature of Special Drawing Rights, by J.J. Polak. 1971.

    • 17. Operations and Transactions in SDRs: The First Basic Period, by Walter Habermeier. 1973.

    • 18. Valuation and Rate of Interest of the SDR, by J.J. Polak. 1974.

    • 19. Floating Currencies, Gold, and SDRs: Some Recent Legal Developments, by Joseph Gold. 1976. Also in German.

    • 20. Voting Majorities in the Fund: Effects of Second Amendment of the Articles, by Joseph Gold. 1977.

    • 21. International Capital Movements Under the Law of the International Monetary Fund, by Joseph Gold. 1977.

    • 22. Floating Currencies, SDRs, and Gold: Further Legal Developments, by Joseph Gold. 1977. Concluding section also in German.

    • 23. Use, Conversion, and Exchange of Currency Under the Second Amendment of the Fund’s Articles, by Joseph Gold. 1978. In English. French and Spanish in preparation.

    • 24. The Rise in Protectionism, by Trade and Payments Division. 1978. In English and French. Spanish in preparation.

    • 25. The Second Amendment of the Fund’s Articles of Agreement, by Joseph Gold. 1978.

    • 26. SDRs, Gold, and Currencies: Third Survey of New Legal Developments, by Joseph Gold. 1979. In English. Concluding section also in German. French and Spanish in preparation.

    • 27. Financial Assistance by the International Monetary Fund: Law and Practice, by Joseph Gold. 1979. In English. French and Spanish in preparation.

    • 28. Thoughts on an International Monetary Fund Based Fully on the SDR, by J.J. Polak. 1979. In English. French and Spanish in preparation.

    • 29. Macroeconomic Accounts: An Overview, by Poul H0st-Madsen. 1979. In English. French and Spanish in preparation.

    • 30. Technical Assistance Services of the International Monetary Fund. 1979. In English. French and Spanish in preparation.

    *Out of print. Photographic or microfilm copies of all English editions, including numbers that are out of print, may be purchased direct from University Microfilms International, 300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106, U.S.A., or, for those living outside the Western Hemisphere, from University Microfilms Limited, 18 Bedford Row, London, WCIR 4EJ, England.

    International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. 20431, U.S.A.

    Telephone number: 202 477 7000

    Cable address: Interfund

    The world map on pages 12-13 shows the countries from which experts were recruited and to which they were assigned during the most recent 5-year period for which data were available, 1974-78.

    This pamphlet does not cover the activities of the IMF Institute in detail, since these are described in the Institute’s Annual Program, copies of which are available from the Fund.

    See the Appendix for a diagram of the Fund’s organizational structure. Area departments are those primarily responsible for the Fund’s relations with members.

    The extended Fund facility provides medium-term balance of payments assistance to member countries that need to make structural adjustments in their economies.

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