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THE SELECTED REFERENCES presented in this bibliography cover books, pamphlets, reports, and periodical articles that describe the functions, organization, and activities of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Publications on the various aspects of international economics are included only when they contain material relating specifically to the IMF.

Previous bibliographies in this series that were compiled by Martin L. Loftus were published in Staff Papers, Vol. 1 (April 1951), Vol. 3 (April 1953), Vol. 4 (August 1955), Vol. 6 (November 1958), Vol. 9 (November 1962), Vol. 12 (November 1965), Vol. 15 (March 1968), Vol. 19 (March 1972), and Vol. 21 (July 1974). Mrs. Salda prepared the bibliographies that were published in Vol. 25 (March 1978), Vol. 26 (June 1979), Vol. 27 (June 1980), Vol. 29 (June 1982), and Vol. 30 (September 1983).

Although most of the Fund’s official publications are included, this is not intended to be a complete bibliography of such publications.

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    “O Acordo do Brasil com o FMI”Revista de Economia Política (São Paulo) 3No. 4 (1983) pp. 13944. Includes three documents submitted by the Brazilian Government to the IMF, December 1982–February 1983, and one IMF document, June 1983.

    “L’Action du FMI en faveur des pays africains s’est intensifiée et diversifiée”Marchés Tropicaux et Mediterranéens (Paris) 39 (August191983) pp. 198586.

    AdamNigel.“How they tried to rescue Brazil,”Euromoney (London) October1983 pp. 7687.

    AdamNigel.“Latin America: is salvation any nearer?”’Euromoney (London) March1983 pp. 2233. Examines the rescue measures for the Latin American debt crisis, including the role of the IMF in coordinating the various rescue attempts.

    AdamsRichard H.Jr.“The Role of research in policy development: the creation of the IMF cereal import facility,”World Development (Oxford) 11 (July1983) pp. 54963.

    “Adjustment and growth; how the Fund and Bank are responding to current difficulties”Finance & Development (Washington) 20 (June1983) pp. 1315. Excerpts from speeches by A.W. Clausen and J. de Larosière, followed by details of steps taken to increase the IMF’s resources, and the announcement of the World Bank’s Special Action Program.

    Adjustment conditionality and international financingJoaquín Muns ed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1984) 214 pp. Papers presented at a seminar, “The Role of the International Monetary Fund in the Adjustment Process,” held in Viña del Mar, Chile, April 5–8, 1983. The seminar was sponsored by the International Monetary Fund, the Escuela de Negocios de Valparaiso and the Fundación Adolfo Ibañez of Universidad Federico Santa María, and Banco Central de Chile. Also published in Spanish with title, Ajuste, condicionalidad y financiamiento internacional, Joaquín Muns, ed. (Washington, Fondo Monetario Internacional, 1983), 232 pp.

    “Africa learns to live under IMF rule”Africa Economic Digest (London) 4 (September161983) pp. 813.

    AgarwalaP.N.“The Debt syndrome,” “The Austerity syndrome,” “Obstacles to international finance,” “The Financial issues of the new international economic order,” “International financial issues,” and “Reforming the international monetary system,” in his The New international economic order: an overview Pergamon Policy Studies on the New International Economic Order (New YorkPergamon Press1983) pp. 352532406218384203204.

    AggarwalVinod K. and RonaldGutfleish.“U.S., help the I.M.F.,”New York Times (New York) September271983 p. A33.

    AliberRobert Z.“The Greatest monetary agreement in history,” “Monetary reform: where do the problems go when they are assumed away?” and “Fitting the pieces once again,” in his The International money game (New YorkBasic Books4th edition1983) pp. 324418320233644.

    AliberRobert Z.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 15882.

    AllenPolly Reynolds.“The Recent shift in United States policies toward the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank,”Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (Nashville) 16 (Winter1983) pp. 129.

    AndersonHarry.“Is the IMF going broke?”Newsweek (New York) 102 (October31983) p. 73.

    AnikinA.V.“L’Or dans le système monétaire international,”Economies et Sociétés (Paris) 17 (January1983) pp. 142. Includes a discussion of attempts to develop the SDR as an alternative world currency.

    ArkadieBrian van.“The IMF prescription for structural adjustment in Tanzania: a comment,” in Monetarism economic crisis and the third worldKarelJansened. (LondonFrank Cass1983) pp. 12748. Paper based on a lecture in the Public Lecture Series given at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, in 1982.

    ArmstrongBill.“Don’t expect U.S. taxpayers to foot the sovereign debt bill,”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) August1983 p. 27.

    Atlantic Council of the United States Working Group on International Monetary Affairs. The International monetary system: exchange rates and international indebtedness (Washington1983) 38 pp. William McChesneyMartin and Frank A.SouthardJr. cochairmen; Jacob J.Kaplan and Charles L.Merwinrapporteurs.

    AvramovicDragoslav.“The Debt problem of developing countries at end-1982,”Aussenwirtschaft (St. Gallen) 38 (March1983) pp. 6586. As a means of providing quickly disbursable finance to countries in serious financial difficulties, suggests a large special issue of SDRs, to be confined to developing countries. With a comment by Alexandre Kafka in Aussenwirtschaft (St. Gallen), 38 (June 1983), pp. 223–28, which urges the introduction of a new IMF credit-bridging facility and the use of the SDR mechanism.

    AvramovicDragoslav.“Pillars of a new order,”South; the Third World Magazine (London) No. 34 (August1983) pp. 3839. Discusses four issues that would dominate the agenda of a proposed second Bretton Woods conference.

    AvramovicDragoslav.“The Role of the International Monetary Fund: the disputes, qualifications, and future,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 595603. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. Reprinted with title, “The Role of IMF: the disputes, the qualifications and the future,” in Global development: issues and choices, Khadija Haq, ed. (Washington, North South Roundtable of the Society for International Development, 1983), pp. 74–83.

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    B.M.“Fretting in the IMF embrace,”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 18 (July231983) p. 1303.

    BachaEdmar L.“The IMF and prospects for adjustment in Brazil,” in Prospects for adjustment in Argentina Brazil and Mexico: responding to the debt crisisJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 3141. Paper originally presented at a conference organized by the Institute for International Economics, held May 12, 1983. With discussion by Rudiger Dornbusch, pp. 43–50.

    BachaEdmar L.“Prólogo para a terceira carta,”Revista de Economia Política (São Paulo) 3No. 4 (1983) pp. 519. Analyzes the second letter of intent submitted by the Brazilian Government to the IMF and suggests that some changes in the letter will have to be made.

    BachaEdmar L.“Vicissitudes of recent stabilization attempts in Brazil and the IMF alternative,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 32340. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Carlos F. Diaz-Alejandro, pp. 341–46.

    BairdJane.“The IMF enforcers,”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) September1983 pp. 12934. Introduces some IMF staff members.

    BakkerA.F.P. and J.R.Pruntel.“De Instabiliteit van het internationale wisselkoersstelsel,”Economisch-Statistische Berichten (Rotterdam) 68 (September211983) pp. 83641.

    BanguraYusuf and RaufMustapha.“Deepening economic crisis and its political implications,”Africa Development (Dakar) 8 (July/September 1983) pp. 97119. Includes a discussion of the role of the IMF in the crisis in Nigeria.

    “The Bank and the Fund given a cold shoulder”Pakistan & Gulf Economist (Karachi) 2 (October151983) pp. 57.

    Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) 336 pp. Papers presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    BanksHoward.“Write down loans? Perish the thought!”Forbes (New York) 131 (May91983) pp. 5760.

    BareauPaul.“The Failure of the alternatives,” in Gold and the international monetary system: Montreux II and 12 May 1982 (LondonFinancial Times Conference Organisation1982) pp. 8288. Suggests that the SDR, in its intended role as the major constituent of world monetary reserves, has, so far, been a major flop.

    BareauPaul.“How strong is the case for a new Bretton Woods?”Banker (London) 133 (April1983) pp. 3338.

    BeaudeuxPierre.“Brésil; la grande purge,”L’Expansion (Paris) No. 214 (April221983) pp. 98103.

    “Belastungsgrenzen für den Währungsfonds”Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich) Fernausgabe No. 106 (May8/91983) p. 9.

    BendeskyLeon.“El Sistema financiero y el reordenamiento ante la crisis,”Economía de América Latina (MexicoD.F.) No. 10 (1st semester1983) pp. 2534.

    BerchesiNilo.“International economic policies and international cooperation to attain international monetary stability,”Economic Notes Monte dei Paschi di Siena (Siena)No. 2 (1983) pp. 99119. Includes an examination of the international economic cooperation policy of the IMF.

    BergstenC. Fred.“Can we prevent a world economic crisis?”Challenge (Armonk, New York) 25 (January/February1983) pp. 413. Concludes that changes in U.S. policy now are vital to world economic recovery. The author recommends a cut in real interest rates, a halt in the slide to protectionism, and support for the IMF and the World Bank.

    BergstenC. Fred.“Statement,” in World debt situation; hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy 97th Congress 2nd Session September 27 1982 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 27.

    BernalRichard L.“Jamaica: democratic socialism meets the IMF,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 21739. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    BernalRichard L.“Transnational banks, the International Monetary Fund and external debt of developing countries,”Social and Economic Studies Institute of Social and Economic Studies University of the West Indies (Mona Jamaica)31 (December1982) pp. 71101.

    BevanT.H.“Some problems of international bank lending,”Barclays Review (London) No. 150 (February1983) pp. 1014.

    BirdGraham.“The Banks and the IMF: division of labour,”Lloyds Bank Review (London) No. 150 (October1983) pp. 1933.

    BirdGraham.“Fondo monetario internazionale: un ruolo per lo sviluppo economico,”Moneta e Credito Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (Rome) 36 (March1983) pp. 91114.

    BirdGraham.“Interest rate subsidies on international finance as a means of assisting low-income countries,”World Development (Oxford) 11 (June1983) pp. 51525. Suggests that the use of interest rate subsidies on IMF finance, in conjunction with reforms to IMF conditionality, offer one practical way of providing financial assistance to low-income countries.

    BirdGraham.“The International Monetary Fund and developing countries: retrospect and prospect,”De Economist (Leiden) 131No. 2 (1983) pp. 16195.

    BirdGraham.The International monetary system and the less developed countries (LondonMacmillan2nd edition1982) 352 pp.

    BirdGraham.“Low income countries as a special case in the international financial system: an analysis of some proposals for reform,”Economic Notes Monte dei Paschi di Siena (Siena)No. 2 (1983) pp. 522. Examines four possible international financial reforms to assist low-income countries: (i) modifying IMF conditionality; (ii) expanding the use of subsidies in the IMF; (iii) introducing an SDR link; and (iv) using IMF gold to a greater extent.

    BirdGraham.“Reforming the Fund: the future role of the International Monetary Fund in the international monetary system,”Three Banks Review (Edinburgh) No. 140 (December1983) pp. 321.

    BirdGraham.“Should developing countries use currency depreciation as a tool of balance of payments adjustment? A review of the theory and evidence, and a guide for the policy maker,”Journal of Development Studies (London) 19 (July1983) pp. 46184. Concludes that greater emphasis should be placed on the exchange rate in the context of IMF programs than has perhaps been true in recent years.

    BirdRoger C.“Statement”“Prepared statement: International financial disorder,” inTo increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 43358.

    BlakeDavid H. and Robert S.Walters.“The Global monetary order: interdependence and dominance,” in their The Politics of global economic relations (Englewood Cliffs, New JerseyPrentice-Hall2nd edition1983) pp. 5182.

    BlancpainJean-Pierre.“IMF: the limits of the possible,”Swiss Review of World Affairs (Zurich) 33 (July1983) pp. 2425. Suggests that the process of consultation between the IMF and its members needs to be improved and intensified.

    BleibergRobert M.“Good money after bad: that’s the bottom line for both the Treasury and the IMF,”Barron’s (New York) August11983 p. 9.

    BlumenthalW. Michael.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 2534.

    Bogdanowicz-BindertChristine A.“Debt: beyond the quick fix,”Third World Quarterly (London) 5 (October1983) pp. 82938. Includes a discussion of the roles of the IMF and the World Bank in current rescue measures.

    Bogdanowicz-BindertChristine A.“Portugal, Turkey and Peru: three successful stabilization programmes under the auspices of the IMF,”World Development (Oxford) 11 (January1983) pp. 6570.

    BoyerEdward.“Brazil: why lenders should still be scared,”Fortune (New York) 108 (December121983) pp. 11628. Suggests that Brazil cannot meet the revised targets in the new agreement with the IMF.

    BradfordColin I.“Statement,” “Prepared statement,” and a paper entitled “International debt and the world economy: global integration on trial,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 64298.

    BradleyBill.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: Future evolution of the international financial system,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 30414.

    “Brasiliens angeschlagene Wirtschaft vor dem Röntgenschirm des Währungsfonds”Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich) Fernausgabe No. 187 (August14/151983) pp. 79.

    “Brazil still seeks the magic formula to slay the demon debt”Economist (London) 287 (May211983) p. 95.

    “Brazil’s $90 billion question”Economist (London) 288 (September101983) pp. 1516.

    BrettE. A.“The IMF’s view of the world” and “The World’s view of the IMF,” in The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) pp. 1548.

    BrettE. A.International money and capitalist crisis: the anatomy of global disintegration (Boulder, ColoradoWestview Press1983) 271 pp.

    “Briefing for Washington”Economist Financial Report (London) 8 (September151983) pp. 13. Discusses possible developments at the IMF/World Bank 1983 Annual Meeting.

    BrimelowPeter.“Why the U.S. shouldn’t fill the IMF’s till,”Fortune (New York) 108 (November141983) pp. 5860.

    BrittanSamuel.“A Very painful world adjustment,”Foreign Affairs (New York) 61No. 3 (1983) pp. 54068. Examines the 1982 financial crisis; includes a discussion of the moves to enlarge IMF quotas and to set up a stand-by borrowing arrangement.

    BrownsteinRonald.“Is accounting legerdemain impeding resolution of foreign debt problem?”National Journal (Washington) 15 (December171983) pp. 261721.

    BruckNicholas.“La Reforma monetaria, la cuenta de sustitución, el reciclaje y los mercados internacionales de capital,”Monetaria (MexicoD.F.) 5 (January/March1982) pp. 1736.

    BrunnerKarlMicheleFratianniMorrisGoldmanJerry L.JordanAllan H.Meltzer and Anna J.Schwarz.The International debt problem insolvency and illiquidity: a policy proposal Working Paper Series No. PPS 83-1 University of Rochester Center for Research in Government Policy (Rochester New York 1983) 9 pp. (Mimeographed) Proposal presented by the Ad Hoc Committee on International Debt and U.S. Financial Policies; includes a discussion of the role of the IMF. A slightly different version with title“International debt, insolvency and illiquidity,” was published in Journal of Economic Affairs (Oxford) 3 (April1983) pp. 16066.

    BuchananPatrick.“The IMF; President Reagan chooses sides,”Washington Times (Washington) September301983 pp. 1C2C.

    BuiraAriel.“The Exchange crisis and adjustment program in Mexico,” in Prospects for adjustment in Argentina Brazil and Mexico: responding to the debt crisisJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 5160. Paper originally presented at a conference organized by the Institute for International Economics, held May 12, 1983. With discussion by William R. Cline, pp. 61–63.

    BuiraAriel.“IMF financial programs and conditionality,”Journal of Development Economics (Amsterdam) 12 (February/April1983) pp. 11136. Spanish version with title, “La Programación financiera y la condicionalidad del FMI,” in Trimestre Económico (Mexico, D.F.), 50 (January/March 1983), pp. 117–49.

    BuiraAriel.“El Proceso de ajuste en las condiciones actuales de la economía mundial,”Boletín Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos (MexicoD.F.) 29 (January/February1983) pp. 1015.

    BuiterWillem H. and JonathanEaton.“International balance of payments financing and adjustment,” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 12948. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Ricardo H. Arriazu, Michael Bruno, and Rimmer de Vries, pp. 149–78.

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    CallierPhilippe.“The SDR as a means of payment; a comment on Coats,”Staff PapersInternational Monetary Fund (Washington) 30 (September1983) pp. 65455. Comments on a paper by Warren L. Coats, Jr., entitled “The SDR as a means of payment,” in Staff Papers, International Monetary Fund (Washington), 29 (September 1982), pp. 422–36. With reply by Warren L. Coats, Jr., pp. 662–69.

    “Can the IMF dare to deny loans to Brazil?”Economist (London) 288 (July91983) pp. h7576.

    “Can the SDR be salvaged?”Economist Financial Report (London) 7 (March311983) p. 3.

    CardosoEliana A.Stabilization in Latin America: popular models and unhappy experiences Discussion Paper SeriesNo. 56Boston University, Center for Latin American Development Studies (Boston1983) 25 pp. (Mimeographed)

    CartyRobert.“The IMF and monetarism in Chile,” in The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) pp. 4969.

    CarvounisChris C.“The LDC debt problem: trends in country risk analysis and rescheduling exercises,”Columbia Journal of World Business (New York) 17 (Spring1982) pp. 1519.

    CastroFidel.“Monetary and financial questions,” in his The World economic and social crisis: its impact on the underdeveloped countries its somber prospects and the need to struggle if we are to survive; report to the Seventh Summit Conference of Non-aligned Countries (HavanaPublishing Office of the Council of State1983) pp. 7794.

    ChandavarkarAnand G.“Keynes and India: a centennial review and appraisal,”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 17 (July81983) pp. 123337. Includes a section, “Keynes and India at Bretton Woods,” in which the principal issues that concerned the Indian delegation to the conference—the size of India’s proposed quota in the prospective IMF and the status of India’s sterling balances—are discussed.

    ChettleJ.“The Politicization of the International Monetary Fund,”South Africa International (Johannesburg) 14 (October1983) pp. 37190.

    ChisholmD.“The International Monetary Fund: can we get by with a little help from our friends?”Canadian Business Review (Ottawa) 10 (Spring1983) pp. 6264.

    ChislettWilliam.“IMF success story—if everything goes well,”Financial Times (London) September151983 p. 12. Describes Mexico’s road to economic recovery.

    ClarkGeorge J.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in World debt situation; hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy 97th Congress 2nd Session September 27 1982U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 813.

    ClarkLindley H.Jr.“IMF helps to make the debt problems worse,”Wall Street Journal (New York) September271983 p. 35. Discusses a conclusion reached in the previous week by the Shadow Open Market Committee in New York.

    ClineWilliam R.“Economic stabilization in developing countries: theory and stylized facts,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (Washington, Institute for International Economics1983) pp. 175208. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Rudiger Dornbusch, pp. 223–30.

    ClineWilliam R.“Global debt; a containment strategy that should work,”Financial Times (London) October121983 p. 15. Recommends higher IMF quotas and longer and faster World Bank lending.

    ClineWilliam R.International debt and the stability of the world economyPolicy Analyses in International EconomicsNo. 4Institute for International Economics (Washington1983) 134 pp.

    ClineWilliam R.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: External debt and global financial stability,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 27992.

    ClineWilliam R.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: International debt and public policy,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 22964.

    CochranJohn A.“The International Monetary Fund,” “Drawings from the Fund,” and “The International Monetary Fund in the 1980s,” in his Money banking and the economy (New YorkMacmillan5th edition1983) pp. 63041.

    CoetzeeDavid.“Behind closed doors at the IMF,”Africa Now (London) No. 23 (March1983) pp. 5559. Discusses the IMF loan to South Africa.

    CohenBenjamin J.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 32943.

    ColchesterNicholas.“The IMF must go to market,”Financial Times (London) January281983 p. 15. Suggests that the IMF should turn to the international markets for cash.

    ComottoR.D.“Financial structure and operations of the International Monetary Fund,”Quarterly BulletinBank of England (London) 23 (December1983) pp. 54656. Offers a guide to the technical aspects of the policies and procedures under which the IMF extends financial assistance to its members.

    “Conditions for the IMF”Wall Street Journal(New York) February101983 p. 30. Urges that any increase in monetary resources should fund economic reform rather than continue policies that have led to the crisis that the quota increase is intended to solve.

    “Conference on exchange rate regimes and policy interdependence”Staff PapersInternational Monetary Fund (Washington) 30 (March1983) pp. 1222. The proceedings of a conference sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research and the IMF, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, August 31, 1982. The conference was hosted by J. de Larosière, Managing Director of the IMF.

    ConoverC. Todd.“Prepared statement,” in Proposed solutions to international debt problems; hearing 98th Congress 1st Session … April 11 1983U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 5361.

    CookDavid T.“Beating the drum against more aid for the IMF,”Christian Science Monitor (Boston) September281983 p. 9.

    CoolicanAngela.“Case for bailing out the debtors,”Journal of Economic Affairs (Oxford) 3 (July1983) pp. 27577. Recommends an increased rather than a diminished role for the IMF to ensure stricter supervision of international liquidity and an enlarged function of lender of last resort.

    CoolicanAngela.“International debt: can the IMF forestall ‘mega-bankruptcy’?”Accountancy (London) 94 (October1983) pp. 4446. Concludes that in creasing the official intervention of the IMF might avert a catastrophe of default.

    CordenW.M.The International monetary system and the special drawing right Discussion Paper No. 68 Australian National University Centre for Economic Policy Research (Canberra 1983) 58 pp. Revised version with title“Is there an important role for an international reserve asset such as the SDR?” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 21347. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Sven Grassman and Herbert G. Grubel, pp. 248–59.

    CornetP.“De bijzondere trekkingsrechten nader bezien,”Maandschrift Economic (Tilburg) 47No. 3 (1983) pp. 10014.

    CrawfordMalcolm.“High-conditionality lending: the United Kingdom,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 42139. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Jeffrey Sachs, pp. 505–10.

    CristaldiSara.“FMI; i soldi non bastano mai,”Mondo Economico (Milan) 38 (October121983) pp. 1617.

    CristaldiSara.“II Fondo batte cassa,”Mondo Economico (Milan) 38 (September71983) pp. 1415.

    CrouchSusan.“Tanzania—IMF negotiations; on the brink,”New African (London) No. 190 (July1983) pp. 4243.

    CuddyJohn.“Assessing liquidity requirements of developing countries,”Third World Quarterly (London) 5 (October1983) pp. 81427. Suggests that the IMF should make an issue of SDRs of the magnitude required, should ensure their allocation to the countries most in need, and should also be willing to undertake appropriate adjustment programs.

    CumbyRobert E.“Special drawing rights and plans for reform of the international monetary system: a survey,” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 43573. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

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    DagninoPastoreJoséMaria.“Progress and prospects for the adjustment program in Argentina,” in Prospects for adjustment in Argentina Brazil and Mexico: responding to the debt crisisJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 725. Paper originally presented at a conference organized by the Institute for International Economics, held May 12, 1983. With discussion by Miguel A. Kiguel, pp. 27–29.

    DaleRichard S.“A Better way out of the world debt crisis,”Financial Times (London) August311983 p. 11. Recommends official guarantees by the IMF for new bank loans.

    DaleRichard S.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in International bank lending; hearings before the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions Supervision Regulation and Insurance 98th Congress 1st Session April 20–21 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 7290.

    DaleRichard S. and Richard P.Mattione.“The Role of the International Monetary Fund” and “Summary and conclusions,” in their Managing global debt: a staff paper (WashingtonBrookings Institution1983) pp. 29344850.

    DaleWilliam B.“Financing and adjustment of payments imbalances,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 316. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Rimmer de Vries and Arturo C. Porzecanski, pp. 63–71.

    DamKenneth W.The Role of rules in the international monetary system A Law and Economics Center Monograph (Coral Gables, FloridaUniversity of Miami School of Law, Law and Economics Center1976) 16 pp. Based on a lecture given at the University of Miami School of Law, February 20, 1976.

    DanielPhilip.“Accelerated development in sub-Saharan Africa: an agenda for structural adjustment lending?”IDS BulletinInstitute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex (Brighton) 14 (January1983) pp. 1117. Reviews the World Bank report entitled “Accelerated development in sub–Saharan Africa: an agenda for action” and concludes that the World Bank’s adoption of conditionality, and its introduction of structural adjustment lending, are complementary to IMF activities and represent logical extensions of the development of IMF conditionality.

    de Beaufort WijnholdsJ.A.H.“Diversification of reserves and monetary stability,”World Economy (London) 5 (November1982) pp. 30319. Includes a discussion of the role of SDRs and of reserve positions in the IMF.

    De GrauwePaul.“What are the scope and limits of fruitful international monetary cooperation in the 1980s?” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 375408. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Emil-Maria Claasen and Niels Thygesen, pp. 409–28.

    de LarosièreJacques.“Address to ECOSOC meeting … de Larosière says the crucial challenge is to ensure recovery is a lasting one,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (July111983) pp. 19398. An address delivered before the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in Geneva, July 8, 1983.

    de LarosièreJacques.“De Larosière UNCTAD speech … World economy at threshold of recovery; marked pickup anticipated in second half,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (June131983) pp. 16166. Text of an address delivered before the Sixth Session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Belgrade, June 8, 1983.

    de LarosièreJacques.“Heightened global cooperation advocated by Managing Director,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (December51983) pp. 37982. Remarks, “The Domestic economy and the international economy—their interactions,” to the American Enterprise Institute, Washington, December 5, 1983.

    de LarosièreJacques.“Managing Director speaks in Florida … Resolution of debt difficulties requires adjustment, financing,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (May91983) pp. 13944. The text of a speech delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Reserve City Bankers, Boca Raton, Florida, May 9, 1983.

    de LarosièreJacques.“Managing Director speaks in Switzerland … Global adjustment seen under way, confidence in recovery is returning,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (March71983) pp. 7375. Excerpts from remarks, “The IMF and the developing countries,” made at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, March 3, 1983. Portuguese translation with title, “Pronunciamento de Neuchâtel: o FMI os países em desenvolvimento,” in Revista Bancária Brasileira (Rio de Janeiro), 51 (March 30, 1983), pp. 29–34.

    de VriesBarend A.International ramifications of the external debt situation AM EX Bank Review Special PapersNo. 8 (LondonAmerican Express International Banking Corporation1983) 23 pp.

    de VriesRimmer.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 12745. The prepared statement, with title, “Global debt: assessment and prescriptions,” was reprinted in World Financial Markets, Morgan Guaranty Trust Company (New York), February 1983, pp. 1–14.

    de VriesTom.“The Stability of the international financial system: can we cope with the risk?” in International lending in a fragile world economy Donald E. Fair in cooperation with Raymond Bertrand eds. (The HagueM. Nijhoff on behalf of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières1983) pp. 36171. Paper presented at the 10th Colloquium of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières, held in Vienna, April 1982.

    DebsRichard A.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in International debt; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Finance and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session February 14 15 and 17 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Banking Housing and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 16982.

    “A Debt partnership”Economist (London) 287 (April21983) p. 9. Presents two proposals for poor countries’ debts: start a secondary market in converted bank loans, and let the IMF create an interest-rate compensatory financing facility.

    “Delay in US funding for IMF keeps bankers under siege”Asian Finance (Hong Kong) 9 (September151983) pp. 2428. Suggests that while debt rescheduling actually boosts bank profits, the survival of the global financial system requires generous new initiatives.

    DellSidney.The International monetary system: notes on selected aspects of institutional reform (No place of publication1983) 23 pp. (Mimeographed) Paper presented to the North South Roundtable on Money and Finance, Istanbul, August 29, 1983.

    DellSidney.“Stabilization: the political economy of overkill,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 1745. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Rimmer de Vries and Arturo C. Porzecanski, pp. 63–71.

    DelorsJacques.“La Réforme du système monétaire international; les pompiers et les architectes,”Le Monde (Paris) September91983 pp. 122.

    “Dette; le FMI ménace de mettre la clé sous la porte”Le Nouvel Economiste (Paris) No. 414 (November211983) p. 54.

    Developing country bank debt: crisis management and beyondBriefing PaperNo. 21983Overseas Development Institute (London1983) 5 pp. Includes a discussion of the role of the IMF.

    DhesiAutar S. and GulshanKumar.“IMF financing facilities and LDCs: a critical review,”Foreign Trade Review (New Delhi) 17 (October/December1983) pp. 25775.

    Diaz-AlejandroCarlos F.“Some aspects of the 1982–83 Brazilian payments crisis,”Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (Washington) No. 2 (1983) pp. 51552. Includes an examination of Brazilian relations with the IMF.

    Diaz-AlejandroCarlos F.“Some financial issues in the North, in the South, and in between,” in The Future of the international monetary systemTamirAgmonRobert G.Hawkins and Richard M.Levicheds. (Lexington, MassachusettsLexington Books1983) pp. 11945. With comments by José D. Epstein and Donald R. Lessard, pp. 146–56.

    DiniLamberto.“Indebitamento estero, ripresa economica e sistema monetario internazionale,”Moneta e CreditoBanca Nazionale del Lavoro (Rome) 36 (September1983) pp. 26174.

    DiniLamberto.“Where the international financial system needs strengthening,”Banker (London) 133 (September1983) pp. 2937. The author suggests that the role of the IMF in regulating international liquidity should be expanded, and that the objective of trade liberalization should be given greater weight in the lending policies of the IMF and the World Bank.

    DizAdolfo C.“Economic performance under three stand-by arrangements: Peru, 1977–80,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 26373. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Carlos F. Diaz-Alejandro, pp. 341–46.

    “Do IMF prescriptions really make sense?”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) September1983 pp. 14162. Presents the views of Samuel Armacost, Rainer Gut, Jesus Silva-Herzog, and 30 other bankers and finance ministers.

    DoelmanB.B.DeBaat.“Jaarvergadering IMF en Wereldbank; een voor-beschouwing,”Economisch-Statistische Berichten (Rotterdam) 68 (August241984) pp. 75960.

    DonosoAlvaro.“Cuotas, acuerdos de prestamos, situatión de liquidez del Fondo monetario internacional y derechos especiales de giro,”Boletín Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos (MexicoD.F.) 29 (July/August1983) pp. 195201.

    DoucetLyse.“The Ivory Coast and the IMF,”West Africa (London) No. 3460 (December51983) pp. 282325.

    DoucetLyse.“Senegal economy; IMF turns the screw,”New African (London) No. 191 (August1983) pp. 3839.

    DrouinMichel.“Crise financière et régulation des liquidités internationales: Pt. 1, Vers une penurie de liquidités au niveau international; Pt. 2, Les remèdes à la crise de liquidité,”Eurépargne (Luxembourg) 13 (December1983) pp. 1315; 14 (January1984) pp. 1518.

    DuisenbergW.F.“The Present international monetary and financial situation: limits and opportunities,”Auszüge aus PresseartikelnDeutsche Bundesbank (Frankfurt am Main) No. 20 (February211983) pp. 24. Remarks addressed to the Overseas Bankers Club, London, February 8, 1983.

    DunnRobert M.Jr.The Many disappointments of flexible exchange rates Essays in International FinanceNo. 154Princeton University (Princeton, New Jersey1983) 36 pp.

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    EisendrathJohn.“How the IMF makes the world safe for depression,”Washington Monthly (Washington) 14 (December1983) pp. 1420.

    EkpenyongDavid B.“Focus on international monetary management: liquidity needs and debt in perspective,”Nigerian Journal of Financial Management (Enugu) 2 (June1983) pp. 8798. Examines these issues in the context of the IMF.

    EmmingerOtmar.“Learning to live with stability,”Banker (London) 133 (August1983) pp. 2533. Suggests that the present liquidity crisis of a number of overindebted countries could be overcome by a carefully coordinated approach by the IMF, the commercial banks, and the creditor governments, on the one hand, and the debtor countries, on the other hand.

    “En el cepo del FMI”Realidad Económica (Buenos Aires) No. 6 (1982) pp. 4256.

    “Evolution of the SDR outside the Fund” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 56186. A background paper, prepared by IMF staff for the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

    “The Evolving role of the SDR in the international monetary system” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 475535. A background paper, prepared by IMF staff for the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

    “External debt and the IMF”Business America (Washington) 6 (November141983) pp. 1113. Discusses the IMF’s role in Africa.

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    FabraPaul.“Quelles conditions réunir pour un nouveau Bretton-Woods?”Le Monde (Paris) May171983 pp. 2123.

    FairlambDavid.“Rescheduling: now for phase two,”Banking World (London) 1 (December1983) pp. 1617.

    FamiltonR.J.“The SDR—its evolution and prospects,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 14660. With summary of discussion, pp. 161–62.

    FarnsworthClyde H.“A Dramatic change at the I.M.F.,”New York Times (New York) January91983Section 3 pp. 110.

    FeitoJosé Luis.“Experiencias recientes del FMI en el proceso de ajuste de las economías latinoamericanas con una elevada deuda externa,”Información Comercial Espãnola (Madrid) No. 599/600 (July/August1983) pp. 4954.

    FeketeJanos.“Problems of international indebtedness—as seen from Hungary,”New Hungarian Quarterly (Budapest) 24 (Summer1983) pp. 3443. Discusses the origin of the problems and ways to avoid a future debt crisis, including a strengthening of the roles of the Bank for International Settlements, the IMF, and the World Bank.

    FerrariAlberto.“Reciclaggio e indebitamento internazionale,”Rivista di Politico Economica (Rome) 73 (March1983) pp. 96779.

    FieldPeter.“Jacques de Larosière, hero of the IMF,”Euromoney (London) October1983 pp. 19697.

    FieldPeter.DavidShirreff and WilliamOllard.“The IMF and central banks flex their muscles,”Euromoney (London) January1983 pp. 3544.

    “The Financing of the International Monetary Fund and multilateral development banks”Monthly ReportDeutsche Bundesbank (Frankfurt am Main) 35 (September1983) pp. 4351.

    FinchC. David.“Adjustment policies and conditionality,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 7586. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Michael Bruno, pp. 125–28.

    FinchC. David.“The Push for fiscal balance; an IMF response,” in Banking on poverty; the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 297301. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    FischerStanley.“The SDR and the IMF: toward a world central bank?” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 17999. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Michael Parkin and Don Roper, pp. 200–12.

    FlemingStewart.“Congress puts IMF under the microscope,”Financial Times (London) November291983 p. 4. Reports on the implications of changes to the funding bill.

    “FMI; Tart du compromis”Nouvel Economiste (Paris) No. 407 (October31983) pp. 7879.

    “Le Fonds monétaire tend la main”Le Monde (Paris) September24/251983 pp. 125.

    FontanelJacques.“Le Fonds monétaire international,” in his Organisations économiques internationales (ParisMasson1981) pp. 99123.

    FowlerHenry H.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 319.

    FranchetYves.“Les Financements internationaux au début des années 80 et le rôle des institutions de Bretton Woods (FMI, Banque Mondiale),”Revue d’Economie Politique (Paris) 92 (September/December1982) pp. 693705. With English summary, p. 693.

    FratianniMichele.“La Crisi dell’ indebitamento internazionale: come e sorta e come si puo superare,”Bancaria (Rome) 39 (February1983) pp. 13946. With English summary, p. 113.

    FratianniMichele.“International debt crisis: policy issues,”Banker (London) 133 (August1983) pp. 3742. Proposes that the IMF become a clearinghouse of international lending and that it provide insurance against sovereign risk.

    FrenkelJacob A.“International liquidity and monetary control,” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 65109. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Ryutaro Komiya, Douglas D. Purvis, and Rainer Masera, pp. 110–28.

    FriedmanIrving S.“Private bank conditionality: comparison with the IMF and the World Bank,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 10924. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Michael Bruno, pp. 125–28.

    The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) 187 pp. Colloquium sponsored jointly by the People’s Bank of China and the IMF.

    “Funds for the IMF”Financial Times (London) August231983 p. 10. Examines the suggestion that the IMF might turn to the capital markets for finance.

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    GartenJeffrey E.“Sovereign debt: the problems remain,” in The International financial crisis: an opportunity for constructive actionThibaut deSaint Phalleed.Significant Issues Series Vol. 5No. 1Georgetown University, Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington1983) pp. 1726.

    GartenJeffrey E.“Statement”and “Prepared statement: Policy implications of the current debt situation” in World debt situation; hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy 97th Congress 2nd Session September 27 1982 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 1318.

    “Gedämpfter Optimismus auf der IWF–Jahresversammlung 1983”Kredit und Kapital (Berlin) 16No. 4 (1983) pp. 58797. With English summary, p. 598.

    “Getting from here to there”Economist Financial Report (London) February171983 pp. 12. Discusses the increase of 47.5 percent in IMF quotas finally agreed by finance ministers in Washington.

    “Ghana’s memorandum of understanding; the steepest overnight currency devaluation in history”International Currency Review (London) 15No. 3 (September1983) pp. 5057. Describes the negotiations between Ghana and the IMF.

    GiannettiLaura.“Fmi; in soccorso del mondo,”Mondo Economico (Milan) 38 (February231983) pp. 2223.

    GidlowR.M.“The International banking crisis, protectionism and the outlook for gold,”South African Banker (Johannesburg) 80 (February1983) pp. 3033.

    GidlowR.M.“Third world debt: the danger of a debtors’ cartel and repudiation,”South African Banker (Johannesburg) 80 (May1983) pp. 8082.

    “Gift of GAB”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 18 (February141983) pp. 19798. Discusses the recommendations of the IMF’s Group of Ten concerning the General Arrangements to Borrow.

    GilpinKenneth N.“IMF plan helps ease debt crisis,”New York Times (New York) February141983 pp. DlD7.

    GirvanNorman.“Towards a new system: reform or revolution?” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 30310. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    GirvanNorman. and RichardBernal.“O FMI, obstaculo ao desenvolvimento dos povos: o caso da Jamaica,”Economia EC: questoes economicas e sociais (Lisbon) May/June1983 pp. 6369.

    “Giving Brazil credit: the IMF should be stern to be kind”Economist (London) 287 (May211983) p. 14.

    GlynnLenny.“Jacques de Larosière report card,”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) September1983 pp. 12226.

    “God save Brazil lest the central bankers won’t”Economist (London) 288 (July161983) pp. 6566.

    GoldSir Joseph.“Australia and Article VIII, Section 2(b) of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund,”Australian Law Journal (Sydney) 57 (October1983) pp. 56066.

    GoldSir Joseph.“A New universal and a new regional monetary asset: SDR and ECU,”Österreichische Zeitschrift für öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht (Vienna) 34Nos. 2/3 (1983) pp. 11772.

    GoldSir Joseph.“Political considerations are prohibited by Articles of Agreement when the Fund considers requests for use of resources,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (May231983) pp. 14648.

    GoldSir Joseph.“Relations between banks’ loan agreements and IMF stand-by arrangements,”International Financial Law Review (London) September1983 pp. 2835.

    GoldSir Joseph.“The SDR in treaty practice; a checklist,”International Legal Materials (Washington) 22 (January1983) pp. 20913.

    GoldSir Joseph.SDRs currencies and gold: sixth survey of new legal developments Pamphlet SeriesNo. 40International Monetary Fund (Washington1983) 148 pp.

    GoldSir Joseph.“Strengthening the soft international law of exchange arrangements,”American Journal of International Law (Washington) 77 (July1983) pp. 44389.

    GranGuy.“The Sociology of world-system stabilization: the IMF in Zaïre, 1978–80,” in his Development by people: citizen construction of a just world (New YorkPraeger1983) pp. 11743.

    Great Britain Parliament House of Commons Treasury and Civil Service Committee. International monetary arrangements: second special report from the Treasury and Civil Service Committee Session 1982–83 (LondonH.M. Stationery Office1983) 80 pp.

    Great Britain Parliament House of Commons Treasury and Civil Service Committee. International monetary arrangements; … together with the Proceedings of the Committee and the Minutes of Evidence and Appendices (LondonH.M. Stationery Office1983) 3 vols. Vol. 1 has subtitle, International lending by banks.

    GreenChristopher.“Insulating countries against fluctuations in domestic production and exports: an analysis of compensatory financing schemes,”Journal of Development Economics (Amsterdam) 12 (June1983) pp. 30325. Includes a discussion of the IMF’s compensatory financing facility.

    GreenReginald Herbold.“Political-economic adjustment and IMF conditionality: Tanzania, 1974–81.” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 34780. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Stanley Please, pp. 415–20.

    GruhnIsebill V.“Correspondent’s report: the recolonization of Africa; international organizations on the march,”Africa Today (Denver) 30No. 4 (1983) pp. 3748. Discusses the roles of the IMF and the World Bank in Africa, with special reference to Senegal and Nigeria.

    GuillotPhilippe.“La Crise du système monétaire international et la necessité d’une coopération du F.M.I, avec les banques privées arabes et occidentales,”Le Commerce du Levant (Beirut)No. 4895 (1983) pp. 2025.

    GuitiánManuel.“Fund programs for economic adjustment,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 96114. With summary of discussion, pp. 115–18.

    GuittonHenri and GerardBramoulle.“Les Accords de Bretton Woods,” “L’Evolution du système de Bretton Woods,” and “La Réforme du système monétaire international,” in their La Monnaie (ParisDalloz5th edition1983) pp. 57192.

    GulatiI.S.Asymmetries old and new in international finance international monetary reform efforts and low-income countries Working PaperNo. 157Centre for Development Studies (Ulloor, Trivandrum1983?) 24 pp. (Mimeographed) Paper presented at the Bangladesh Economic Association Seminar on International Trade and Economic Development, held in Dacca, November 5–6, 1982.

    GulatiI.S.“Co-operative monetary action: a few suggestions for the developing countries,” in The Challenges of South-South cooperationBredaPavličRaúl R.UrangaBorisCizelj and MarjanSvetličičeds. (BoulderColorado, Westview Press1983) pp. 12741.

    GulatiI.S.“International finance: asymmetries, old and new,”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 18 (March121983) pp. 39198.

    GulatiI.S.IMF reform: the developing world’s perspective Working PaperNo. 179Centre for Development Studies (Ulloor, Trivandrum1983) 43 pp. (Mimeographed).

    GutRainer E.“International lending in a fragile world economy: the point of view of a commercial banker,” in International lending in a fragile world economy Donald E. Fair in cooperation with Raymond Bertrandeds. (The HagueM. Nijhoff on behalf of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières1983) pp. 818. Opening address at the 10th Colloquium of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières, held in Vienna, April 1982.

    GuthWilfried.“Global action on debt crisis saves financial system from disruption,”Asian Finance (Hong Kong) 9 (September151983) pp. 7980.

    GuthWilfried.“International debt crisis: the next phase,”Banker (London) 133 (July1983) pp. 2530.

    GwinCatherine.“Financing India’s structural adjustment: the role of the Fund,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 51131. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Richard S. Eckaus, pp. 563–66.

    GylfasonThorvaldur.Credit policy and economic activity in developing countries: an evaluation of stabilization programs supported by the IMF 1977–79 Seminar PaperNo. 268University of Stockholm, Institute for International Economic Studies (Stockholm1983) 40 pp. (Mimeographed)

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    HallWilliam.“Congress and the IMF: the battle with the banks,”Financial Times (London) September51983 p. 14.

    HallmarkJan Peter.Wie sollte und könnte die Internationale Währungsordnung umgestaltet werden um den Postulaten der Entwicklungsländer besser zu entsprechen (1978) 61 pp. Diplomarbeit, Hochschule St. Gallen für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften.

    HanifMohamed.“IMF package formula; is it a rescue operation?”Pakistan & Gulf Economist (Karachi) 2 (April161983) pp. 4749.

    HansonJ.L.“The Bretton Woods system” and “After the Bretton Woods system,” in his Monetary theory and practice rev. by E.W. Orchard (PlymouthMacdonald & Evans7th edition1983) pp. 270316.

    Hartland-ThunbergPenelope.“Vulnerabilities of the international financial mechanism,” in The International financial crisis: an opportunity for constructive action Thibaut de Saint Phalle ed. Significant Issues SeriesVol. 5No. 1Georgetown University, Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington1983) pp. 516.

    HasanMuzaffar.“Development slowing down; special report,”Pakistan & Gulf Economist (Karachi) 2 (October151983) pp. 913.

    HeimannJohn G.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 4361.

    HeinemannSally.“Friedman: dismantle the IMF,”Journal of Commerce (New York) October131983 p. 6A. Reports on Milton Friedman’s address on October 11, 1983 at the annual meeting of the American Bankers Association in Honolulu, Hawaii.

    HelleinerGerald K.The IMF and Africa in the 1980s Essays in International FinanceNo. 152Princeton University (Princeton, New Jersey1983) 28 pp. Paper originally presented at the November 1982 annual meeting of the African Studies Association in Washington. Reprinted in Africa Development (Dakar), 8 (July/September 1983), pp. 43–61.

    HelleinerGerald K.“Lender of early resort; the IMF and the poorest,”American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings (Nashville) 73No. 2 (May1983) pp. 34953.

    HelleinerGerald K.“The Less developed countries and the international monetary system; review article,”World Politics (Princeton, New Jersey) 36 (October1983) pp. 14764.

    HelleinerGerald K.“The Rise and decline of the IMF,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 4254. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    HellerH. Robert.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 55887.

    HelmsJesse.“In a pinch, the IMF could go for the gold,”Wall Street Journal (New York) May61983 p. 28. A comment on this article, entitled“Monetary alchemy with IMF’s gold,” by Ernest F.Baughman was published in “Letters to the Editor,”Wall Street Journal (New York) May121983 p. 33.

    Hernández-LópezManuel and Louis DeBel.“L’Endettement international, risque mesuré ou excessif pour le système bancaire?”Reflets et Perspectifs de la Vie Economique (Brussels) 22No. 3 (1983) pp. 16576.

    HerskovitsJean.“To ease Nigeria’s debt crisis,”New York Times (New York) October51983 p. A27. Suggests that the support of the IMF is sometimes vital for recipient countries trying to consolidate democracy, and that this role must not be abandoned in Nigeria.

    HillJeremy and HilaryScannell.“The Bretton Woods institutions,”“Financial anarchy” and “Reforming the financial system” in their Due South; socialists and world development (LondonPluto Press1983) pp. 151833465355.

    HilliardBrian.“The Commercial SDR since the simplified basket,”Banker (London) 133 (January1983) pp. 7981.

    HoldenAlfred C.“US now sees urgency of international support,”Asian Finance (Hong Kong) 9 (May151983) pp. 7172. Discusses the change in the Reagan administration’s attitude toward the IMF.

    HoneywellMartin.“The World debt crisis” and “Proposals for reform,” in The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) pp. 11410918.

    HoodWilliam C.“The Current world economic situation and the problem of global payments imbalances” and “The SDR—an introduction,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 567013845. With summaries of discussions, pp. 161–62.

    HoodWilliam C.“International money, credit, and the SDR,”Finance & Development (Washington) 20 (September1983) pp. 69. Reviews the principal issues discussed at an IMF conference on these topics held in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

    HookeA.W.The International Monetary Fund: its evolution organization and activities Pamphlet SeriesNo. 37International Monetary Fund (Washington3rd edition1983) 81 pp. French translation with title, Le Fonds monétaire international: évolution, structure et activités, Série des Brochures, No. 37–F, Fonds monétaire international (Washington, 3rd edition, 1983), 98 pp.; and Spanish translation with title, El Fondo Monetario Internacional: evolución, organización y actividades, Serie de Folletos, No. 37–S, Fondo Monetario Internacional (Washington, 3rd edition, 1983), 96 pp.

    HookeA.W.“The Role of the Fund in developing countries,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 16380. With summary of discussion, pp. 181–83.

    HormatsRobert D.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 33346.

    “How much austerity can Latin Americans take?”Economist (London) 288 (July161983) pp. 3738. Discusses fears that Latin America, suffering from its debts and the austerity measures imposed by the IMF, may be facing social upheaval.

    HughesChristopher.“L’Irréalisme du F.M.I.,”Le Monde (Paris) September4/51983 p. 13.

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    I.S.G.“IMF’s liquidity gap,”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 18 (September241983) pp. 164748.

    “Influences on future bank LDC lending: the constraints the IMF and the liquidity/solvency debate”AMEX Bank Review (London) Nos. 8/9 (September151983) pp. 79.

    “Insult to injury”Journal of Commerce (New York) July201983 p. 4A. Describes how the IMF is being asked to economize by the major industrial countries.

    “International debt: progress report and the task ahead”World Financial MarketsMorgan Guaranty Trust Company (New York) September1983 pp. 113. Includes a discussion of the role of the IMF.

    The International financial crisis: an opportunity for constructive actionThibaut de Saint Phalle ed. Significant Issues SeriesVol. 5No. 1Georgetown University, Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington1983) 44 pp.

    “International financial institutions”BulletinReserve Bank of Australia (Sydney) August1983 pp. 8086. Discusses the structure and recent activities of the IMF and the Bank for International Settlements.

    International lending and the International Monetary Fund: a conference in memory of Wilson E. SchmidtAllan H.Meltzered. (WashingtonHeritage Foundation1983) 89 pp. Contains the papers delivered at a conference, “The Future of the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and International Lending,” sponsored jointly by the Heritage Foundation and the Philadelphia Society, held in Washington, March 3, 1983.

    International Monetary Fund.Annual report of the Executive Board (Washington1983). One report for the financial year ended April 30, 1983. Also published in French, German, and Spanish.

    International Monetary Fund.Annual report on exchange arrangements and exchange restrictions (Washington1983).

    International Monetary Fund.Balance of payments statistics (Washington1983). Monthly, with annual Balance of payments statistics, Yearbook, issued in two parts. One volume: Vol. 34, 1983.

    International Monetary Fund. By-laws rules and regulations (Washington1983). One issue: 40th, August 1983. Also published in French and Spanish.

    International Monetary Fund. Direction of trade statistics (Washington1983). Monthly, with, for 1983, Direction of trade statistics, Yearbook, 1976/1982.

    International Monetary Fund. Finance & Development (Washington1983). Quarterly. One volume: Vol. 20, 1983. Published jointly with the World Bank. Also published in French with title, Finances et développement; in Spanish with title, Finanzas y desarrollo; in German with title, Finanzierung und Entwicklung (Hamburg, HWWA-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung); in Portuguese with title, Finanças e desenvolvimento (Rio de Janeiro, Centro de Informaçoes das Naçoes Unidas); and in Arabic.

    International Monetary Fund. Government finance statistics yearbook (Washington1983). One volume: Vol. 71983.

    International Monetary Fund. International capital markets: developments and prospects 1983 by RichardWilliamsPeterKellerJohnLipsky and DonaldMathiesenOccasional Paper No. 23 (Washington1983) 79 pp.

    International Monetary Fund. International financial statistics (Washington1983). Monthly. One volume: Vol. 36, 1983, and annual supplement, International financial statistics yearbook, 1983. Also published in French and Spanish. In 1983, two issues were published in a supplement series to International financial statistics: No. 5, Supplement on money; No. 6, Supplement on international reserves.

    International Monetary Fund. IMF Survey (Washington1983). Semimonthly. One volume: Vol. 121983. Also published in French with title, Bulletin du FMI, and in Spanish with title, Boletín del FMI.

    International Monetary Fund. Recent multilateral debt restructurings with official and bank creditors by a staff team headed by E.Brau and R.C.Williams with P.M.Keller and M.NovakOccasional Paper No. 25 (Washington1983) 43 pp.

    International Monetary Fund. Selected decisions of the International Monetary Fund and selected documents10th issue, April 30, 1983 (Washington1983) 473 pp. Also published in French and Spanish.

    International Monetary Fund. Staff Papers (Washington1983). Four numbers per annual volume. One volume: Vol. 301983.

    International Monetary Fund. Summary proceedings of the annual meeting of the Board of Governors (Washington1983). One issue: 38th, 1983.

    International Monetary Fund. “Supplement on the Fund,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (September1983) pp. 116.

    International Monetary Fund. World economic outlook: a survey by the staff of the International Monetary Fund (Washington1983). One issue: 1983, which was published as Occasional Paper No. 21.

    “The International Monetary Fund” and “Resumé of principal proposals” in Common crisis North-South: cooperation for world recoveryIndependent Commission on International Development Issues (LondonPan Books1983) pp. 506815253. Proposals contained in the second report of the Commission, Willy Brandt, chairman.

    The International Monetary Fund and the private marketsby H.J. Witteveen and others (New YorkGroup of Thirty1983) 41 pp.

    “IMF austerity prescriptions would be hazardous”Business Week (New York) No. 2778 (February211983) pp. 11112.

    “The IMF: Chile’s flexible friend”Economist (London) 287 (May141983) pp. 8691.

    IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) 679 pp. The proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982.

    “The International Monetary Fund: Congress and the IMF financing bill”Journal of Common Market Studies (Oxford) 15 (September1983) pp. 2527.

    “The IMF: gift of the GAB”Economist (London) 286 (January221983) pp. 6263.

    ’The IMF goes easy”Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay) 18 (August131983) pp. 142930. Discusses the effects of IMF conditionality on India.

    “The IMF is alive and well and counting on Congress”Economist (London) 289 (October11983) pp. 6566.

    “The IMF meeting: at least the logjam is moving again”Financial Times International Banking Report (London) 15 (September301983) pp. 29092.

    “The IMF: quick fix slow poison”South; the Third World Magazine (London) No. 36 (October1983) pp. 3235.

    “The IMF spells it out”Mining Journal (London) 301 (September161983) pp. 19799. Comments on the IMF Annual report, 1983.

    “The IMF: too old to change?”New African (London) No. 192 (September1983) p. 57.

    “IMF–World Bank 1983: Saudi Arabia to the rescue?”Arab Banking & Finance (London) 2 (September1983) pp. 4265.

    “The IMF’s dilemma on world debt gets worse”Business Week (New York) No. 2800 (July251983) pp. 5864.

    “The IMF’s Saudi option”Pakistan & Gulf Economist (Karachi) 2 (January81983) pp. 68.

    International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) 596 pp. Papers presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

    “Der International Währungsfonds vor Finanzierungsengpassen: Suche nach zusätzlichen Kreditmitteln”Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich) Fernausgabe No. 176 (July31August11983) pp. 78.

    “Is the IMF too tough?”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) September1983 p. 121.

    Istanbul Roundtable on World Monetary Financial and Human Resource Development Issues. Statement from Istanbul; a report on the Istanbul Roundtable on World Monetary Financial and Human Resource Development Issues Istanbul August 29–September 1 1983 (WashingtonNorth South Roundtable1983) 48 pp.

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    JacksonLouise.“Foreign currency borrowing by Australians: the SDR option,”Bulletin of Money Banking and FinanceMacquarie University, Centre for Studies in Money, Banking and Finance (North Ryde, New South Wales) No. 2 (1982/83) pp. 6586.

    JacquemotPierre.“Le F.M.I, et l’Afrique subsaharienne,”Le Mois en Afrique (Paris) 18 (August/September1983) pp. 10719.

    “Jamaica: half term report”Banker (London) 133 (May1983) pp. 9091.

    JamalAmir.“Power and the third world struggle for equilibrium,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 6778. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    JamesWinston.“The IMF and democratic socialism in Jamaica,” in The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) pp. 85108.

    JansenKarel.“Monetarism, economic crisis and the third world: an introduction,” in Monetarism economic crisis and the third worldKarelJansened. (LondonFrank Cass1983) pp. 142.

    JovovićDejan.“Kritički aspekti politike Međunarodnog monetarnog fonda,”Jugoslovensko Bankarstvo (Belgrade) 13 (October1983) pp. 5060.

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    KafkaAlexandre.“Comments on Dragoslav Avramovic’s ‘Debt problem of developing countries’,”Aussenwirtschaft (St. Gallen) 38 (June1983) pp. 22328. Examines various methods of dealing with debt crises described by Avramovic in his article in Aussenwirtschaft (St. Gallen), 38 (March 1983), pp. 65–86. The author then discusses the IMF’s compensatory facility, and urges the introduction of a new IMF credit-bridging facility and the use of the SDR mechanism.

    KafkaAlexandre.“John Maynard Keynes,”Finance & Development (Washington) 20 (December1983) pp. 3738. Includes a discussion of Keynes’s role in the establishment of the IMF and the World Bank.

    KaletskyAnatole.“Brazil and the IMF: a battle of wills and wits,”Financial Times (London) October261983 p. 14.

    KaletskyAnatole.“Where the world’s credit is rated,”Financial Times (London) September231983 p. 14. Examines the IMF’s adjustment policies.

    KatseliLouka T.Devaluation: a critical appraisal of the IMF’s policy prescriptions Center Discussion Paper No. 430 Yale University Economic Growth Center (New HavenConnecticut1983) 11 pp. (Mimeographed)

    KatzenellenbogenJonathan.“IMF sitting on debt ‘time bomb’,”Africa Now (London) No. 31 (November1983) pp. 7072. Reports on how the squeeze on the IMF will hit African borrowers.

    KellyMargaret R.“Analysis of stand-by programs during 1971–80 confirms importance attached to fiscal targets,”IMF Survey (Washington) 12 (February71983) pp. 3538.

    KellyMargaret R.“Fiscal deficits and Fund-supported programs,”Finance & Development (Washington) 20 (September1983) pp. 3739.

    KenenPeter B.“The SDR as a means of payment; a comment on Coats,”Staff PapersInternational Monetary Fund (Washington) 30 (September1983) pp. 65661. Comments on a paper by Warren L. Coats, Jr., entitled “The SDR as a means of payment,” in Staff Papers, International Monetary Fund (Washington), 29 (September 1982), pp. 422–36. With a reply by Warren L. Coats, Jr., pp. 662–69.

    KenenPeter B.“Use of the SDR to supplement or substitute for other means of finance,” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 32760. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Richard N. Cooper and John Williamson, pp. 361–73.

    KenwoodA.G. and A.L.Lougheed.“Planning the future international economy and the transitional period, 1961–80” and “International monetary relations, 1961–80,” in their The Growth of the international economy 1820–1980; an introductory text (LondonGeorge Allen & Unwin1983) pp. 2496227888.

    KesslerWolfgang.Der Internationale Währungsfonds und die Sozialdemokratie: die unheimliche Begegnung zweier gegensätzlicher Konzepte zur Bekämpfung der Wirtschaftskrise in Grossbritannien Portugal und Jamaica (KonstanzHartung-Gorre1982) 253 pp.

    KillickTony.“Kenya, the IMF, and the unsuccessful quest for stabilization,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 381414. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Stanley Please, pp. 415–20.

    KinsellaR.P.“The IMF: its nature and changing role,”JournalInstitute of Bankers in Ireland (Dublin) 85 (January1983) pp. 1725.

    KiriţescuCostin C.“Sesiunea F.M.I.–B.I.R.D.: pentru o mai bună aliniere a resurselor financiare la cerinţele dezvoltării internationale,”Revista Economica (Bucharest) No. 38 (September231983) pp. 2627.

    KneerJosef.“Die Konditionalität des Internationalen Währungsfonds,”WiSt [Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium] (Munich) 12No. 8 (1983) pp. 1923.

    KnieperRolf.“The Conditioning of national policy-making by international law: the stand-by arrangements of the International Monetary Fund,”International Journal of the Sociology of Law (London) 11 (1983) pp. 4164.

    KorenStephan.“International lending in a fragile world economy,” in International lending in a fragile world economy Donald E. Fair in cooperation with Raymond Bertrand eds. (The HagueM. Nijhoff on behalf of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières1983) pp. 37. Opening address at the 10th Colloquium of the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières, held in Vienna, April 1982.

    KraussMelvyn B.“The International monetary system and the less-developed countries,” in his Development without aid; growth poverty and government (New YorkNew Press1983) pp. 17485.

    KuczynskiPedro-Pablo.“Latin American debt: act two,”Foreign Affairs (New York) 62 (Fall1983) pp. 1738.

    KwitnyJonathan.“An IMF happening,”Africa NotesGeorgetown University Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington) No. 15 (June61983) pp. 14. Originally published with title, “Going along: how IMF overcame political issues to vote a loan to South Africa,” in Wall Street Journal (New York), May 5, 1983, p. 1.

    KwitnyJonathan.“The ‘Yes’ men atop the IMF,”Wall Street Journal (New York) May121983 p. 12. Discusses the IMF’s Executive Directors.

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    LaitinenPaavo.“Is the international banking system headed for a serious crisis?”Unitas (Helsinki) 55No. 1 (1983) pp. 610. Includes an examination of the roles of the World Bank and the IMF.

    LangoniCarlos Geraldo.“The Way out of the country debt crisis,”Euromoney (London) October1983 pp. 2026.

    LaulanYves.“A New approach to international indebtedness,”Banker (London) 133 (June1983) pp. 2535.

    LelartMichel.“L’Aide du Fonds monétaire international aux pays en voie de développement,”Canadian Journal of Development Studies (Ottawa) 3No. 1 (1982) pp. 3865. With English summary p. 38.

    LelartMichel.Les Tirages compensatoires au Fonds Monétaire International Cahiers du CETAI No. 81–15 Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Centre d’Etudes en Administration Internationale (Montreal1981) 36 pp. (Mimeographed)

    LelartMichel.“L’Utilisation du DTS et de l’ecu par le secteur privé: 1, Le DTS et l’ecu, unités de compte; 2, L’ecu et le DTS, monnaies de règlement,”Banque (Paris) No. 433 (November1983) pp. 123950; No. 434 (December1983) pp. 138192.

    LesliePeter.“Techniques of rescheduling: the latest lessons,”Banker (London) 133 (April1983) pp. 2330.

    “The LDC debt crisis: how it could be resolved”Business Week (New York) No. 2772 (January101983) pp. 7881.

    Lever of Manchester Harold Lever (Baron). “Debts, deficits and the banks,”Trialogue (New York) No. 33 (Spring1983) pp. 2832.

    Lever of Manchester Harold Lever (Baron). “The International debt threat: a concerted way out,”Economist (London) 288 (July91983) pp. 1416. Offers an alternative to the plan proposed by Minos Zombanakis in the Economist, April 30, 1983. Includes a discussion of the role of the IMF.

    LevittKari Polanyi.“Jamaica: Manley’s defeat—whose responsibility?” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 24160. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    LichtensztejnSamuel.“América Latina en la dinámica de la crisis financiera internacional,”Economía de América Latina (MexicoD.F.) No. 10 (1st semester1983) pp. 3549.

    LichtensztejnSamuel.“IMF–developing countries: conditionality and strategy,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 20922. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Rudiger Dornbusch, pp. 223–30.

    “Limits to lending”Pakistan & Gulf Economist (Karachi) 2 (February51983) pp. 67. Discusses the international economic crisis and the communiqué issued after the IMF’s Committee of Ten meeting in Paris, January 18, 1983.

    LipseyDavid.“Congress fiddles while IMF burns,”Sunday Times (London) September251983 p. 62.

    LomaxDavid F.“International moneys and monetary arrangements in private markets,” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 261318. Paper presented at the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983. With comments by Marinus W. Keyzer and Manfred J.M. Neumann, pp. 319–26. Includes a market view of the SDR.

    LooneyRobert E. and P.C.Frederiksen.“The Feasibility of alternative IMF-type stabilization programs in Mexico, 1983–87,”Journal of Policy Modeling (New York) 5 (November1983) pp. 46170.

    LoserClaudio M.“The Role of economy-wide prices in the adjustment process,” in Adjustment conditionality and international financingJoaquínMunsed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1984) pp. 84109. Paper presented at a seminar, “The Role of the International Monetary Fund in the Adjustment Process,” held in Viña del Mar, Chile, April 5–8, 1983. With comments by Carlos Bolona and Carlos Alfredo Rodríguez, pp. 110–16. Also published in Spanish with title, “La Función de los precios–clave en el proceso de ajuste,” in Ajuste, condicionalidad y financiamiento internacional, Joaquín Muns, ed. (Washington, Fondo Monetario Internacional, 1983), pp. 92–120. Comments, pp. 121–27.

    “Lost horizon: a survey of Central and South America”Euromoney (London) March1983 pp. 2055. Discusses current economic and financial problems in the area and the IMF’s recipes for recovery.

    LoxleyJohn.“Tanzania: origins of a financial crisis,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 20316. Paper presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

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    MachlupFritz.Lecture on international monetary issues Lectures in Development EconomicsNo. 2Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (Islamabad1983) 49 pp. With introductory remarks and concluding observations by Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi, and discussion.

    McLeodA.N.“Reforming the international monetary system,”International Journal of Social Economics (Bradford, England) 10No. 2 (1983) pp. 4461.

    McNamarRichard T.“Statement,” in World debt situation; hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy 97th Congress 2nd Session September 27 1982 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 3146.

    McRaeHamish and AlexBrummer.“Slim-line tonics for weak economies,”Guardian (London) September271983 p. 19.

    MadisonChristopher.“Friend or foe?”National Journal (Washington) 15 (October81983) p. 2071. Analyzes the Reagan administration’s attitude toward the IMF and the World Bank.

    MadisonChristopher.“IMF boost no bailout, administration insists,”National Journal (Washington) 15 (March191983) pp. 596600. Examines the Reagan administration’s argument that the $8.4 billion sought for the IMF would be used to meet future crises, not to bail out debtor countries or the banks that lent to them.

    MadisonChristopher.“Out of the closet,”National Journal (Washington) 15 (January81983) p. 79. Describes how the Reagan administration’s strategy for getting the developing countries back on the track involves a richer IMF, brought about by contributions from the United States and other countries.

    MadisonChristopher.“U.S. confident that banks, governments won’t allow debt crisis to grow worse,”National Journal (Washington) 15 (July161984) pp. 149092. Discusses the international debt crisis and the possible effects if Congress does not approve the proposed IMF quota increase.

    MadisonChristopher.“World Bank, IMF members agree to disagree,”National Journal (Washington) 15 (October11983) p. 2021. Examines some of the issues raised at the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in Washington in September 1983.

    MadrickJeffrey and WilliamWolman.“The IMF’s perilous plan for growth,”New York Times (New York) October21983 pp. F1F89. The authors analyze the fears expressed by some critics that the IMF’s austerity drive will kill recovery and drive poor nations further into slump.

    MagnificoGiovanni.“L’Economia mondiale ad una svolta: qualche proposte,”Bancaria (Rome) 39 (March1983) pp. 24248. With English summary p. 225.

    MagnificoGiovanni.“Problems of the world economy today,”Economic NotesMonte dei Paschi di Siena (Siena) No. 2 (1983) pp. 4964.

    MajdaPawel.“L’Importance du Fonds Monétaire International pour la Pologne et les autres pays d’Europe orientale,”Revue d’Etudes Comparatives Est-Ouest (Paris) 13No. 4 (1982) pp. 79100. With English summary.

    “Make haste slowly”Economist (London) 286 (February121983) pp. 1112. Discusses various methods of ensuring world economic recovery and looks at some of the recommendations of the second Brandt Commission report, focusing on the recommendations concerning the IMF and the World Bank.

    MannF.A.“Documentary credits and Bretton Woods,”Law Quarterly Review (London) 98 (October1982) pp. 52632.

    ManningRobert.“Another cry for cash,”Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 121 (September151983) pp. 6061.

    MarshallS.JorgeJoséLuis MardonesS. and IsabelMarshall L.“IMF conditionally: the experiences of Argentina, Brazil, and Chile,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 275321. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Carlos F. Diaz-Alejandro, pp. 341–46.

    MaseraRainer S. and GianandreaFalchi.“The Role of gold in central banks’ reserve composition,” in The Gold problem: economic perspectives; proceedings of the World Conference on Gold held in Rome 1982AlbertoQuadrio-Curzioed. (Oxford and New YorkOxford University Press for the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro and Nomisma1982) pp. 24562. The second part of the paper refers to the joint questions of yield and its variability of today’s principal reserve assets, including the SDR.

    MassadCarlos.“The Developing countries and the Bretton Woods system,” in Global development: issues and choicesKhadijaHaqed. (WashingtonNorth South Roundtable of the Society for International Development1983) pp. 8492. Paper presented to a panel discussion, “Future of the Bretton Woods institutions,” held during the 4th Annual Session of the North South Roundtable in Tokyo/Oiso, October 22–24, 1982.

    MassadCarlos.“External debt and the financial problems of Latin America,”CEPAL Review (Santiago de Chile) No. 20 (August1983) pp. 14963. Proposes some emergency measures, including in particular the equitable renegotiations of the debt between debtors and creditors, an increase in the resources of the IMF and in its influence over creditor countries, and an increase in international liquidity.

    MassariAndrea.“I Diritti speciali di prelievo: un’occasione perduta?”Bancaria (Rome) 39 (August1983) pp. 74148. With English summary, p. 682.

    MathiesonJohn A.“Prepared statement: Developing–country debt and international financial strains,” in World debt situation; hearing before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy 97th Congress 2nd Session September 27 1982 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 5356.

    MeltzerAllan H.“The Way to defuse the world debt bomb,”Fortune (New York) 108 (November281983) pp. 13738143. Suggests that the IMF is pursuing a misguided “solution” to the world debt crisis, and offers as a solution that the debtor countries pay off some of their loans by giving real assets to the banks.

    MendelsohnM.S.Commercial banks and the restructuring of cross–border debt (New YorkGroup of Thirty1983) 36 pp. Includes an examination of the IMF’s role in the restructuring and adjustment process.

    MendelsohnM.S.“Firemen’s ball in Washington,”Banker (London) 133 (September1983) pp. 2526.

    MendelsohnM.S.“A Longer view of debt,”Banker (London) 133 (November1983) pp. 2124.

    MendelsohnM.S.“Shoring up the ‘system’,”Banker (London) 133 (February1983) pp. 1112.

    “Mexico under IMF”Economist (London) 288 (August201983) pp. 1922.

    MikesellRaymond F.“Appraising IMF conditionality: too loose, too tight, or just right?” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 4762. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Rimmer de Vries and Arturo C. Porzecanski, pp. 63–71.

    MikesellRaymond F.“IMF concessionary aid” and “The Effectiveness of concessionary aid for structural adjustment,” in his The Economics of foreign aid and self-sustaining development (Boulder, ColoradoWestview Press1983) pp. 46477381.

    MillerG. William.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 32023.

    MoffittMichael.“From Bretton Woods to Camp David” and “The Economics and politics of global debt,” in his The World’s money; international banking from Bretton Woods to the brink of insolvency (New YorkSimon and Schuster1983) pp. 134093132.

    MohammedAzizali.“The Evolution of the international monetary system and the changing role of the Fund,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium held in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 420. With summary of discussion, pp. 21–23.

    “Money for the Fund”Economist (London) 288 (August201983) pp. 1416. Suggests that the IMF will weaken its influence with poor countries if it relies just on the rich for its cash.

    MontagnonPeter.“International rescheduling: the new way with debt,”Financial Times (London) January311983 p. 12.

    MorellJim.“The International Monetary Fund and Namibia,”Africa Today (Denver) 30 Nos. 1 and 2 (1983) pp. 1722.

    MorseSir Jeremy.“Do we need a new Bretton Woods?”Fiscal Studies (Oxford) 4 (May1983) pp. 818.

    MuldoonRobert D.“Rethinking the ground rules for an open world economy,”Foreign Affairs (New York) 61 (Summer1983) pp. 107898.

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    NakamuraToshio.“The International financial crisis: a Japanese response,”Trialogue (New York) No. 33 (Spring1983) pp. 3336.

    NarvekarPrabhakar R.“Collaboration between the Fund and the World Bank,” in The Fund and China in the international monetary system: papers presented at a colloquium in Beijing China October 20–28 1982A.W.Hookeed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 11934. With summary of discussion, pp. 135–37.

    NationsRichard.“Back from the brink,”Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 119 (February241983) pp. 4243.

    NationsRichard.“New economic disorder,”Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 122 (October131983) pp. 6465.

    NaylorR.T.“Impressions of an IMF/World Bank meeting” and “The World debt crisis: a scenario,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 354093113. Papers presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    NaylorR.T.“Reaganism and the future of the international payments system,”Third World Quarterly (London) 4 (October1982) pp. 65576. Discusses U.S. criticism of the nature and operations of the IMF and the World Bank.

    “Needing those dollars”Economist (London) 288 (September241983) p. 13. Discusses the possible effect on the IMF of the delays by Congress in increasing the U.S. contribution to the IMF.

    NicksonR. Andrew.“Peru: the bankers go it alone,” in The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) pp. 7084.

    NiehansJurg.“Umrisse einer internationalen Währungsstrategie,”Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich) Fernausgabe No. 117 (May22/231983) pp. 910.

    “Nigeria; waiting for the IMF”Banker (London) 133 (May1983) pp. 8789.

    NimatallahYusuf.“IMF bows to Saudi pressure,”Arab Banking & Finance (London) 2 (March1983) pp. 3840. Explains the background to the IMF’s decision to increase total quotas.

    “No magic formula”Banker (London) 133 (April1983) p. 5. Discusses various proposals for restructuring bank loans to developing countries, including possible changes in the role of the IMF.

    NowzadBahram.The Extent of IMF involvement in economic policy-making AMEX Bank Review Special Papers No. 7 (LondonAmerican Express International Banking Corporation1983) 23 pp.

    NowzadBahram.El FMI y sus críticos (WashingtonFondo Monetario Internacional1983) 29 pp. Spanish translation of his The IMF and its critics, Essays in International Finance, No. 146, Princeton University (Princeton, New Jersey, 1981), 30 pp.

    NowzadBahram.“Lending and borrowing limits: the futile search for a formula,”Banker (London) 133 (February1983) pp. 2527.

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    ObeyesekereStanley C.A.“The Distinction between ‘inter-governmental’ and ‘inter-state’ treaties and organizations: the International Monetary Fund Agreement,”Indian Journal of International Law (New Delhi) 22 (July/December1982) pp. 43947.

    O’BrienRichard.The International Monetary Fund and the private banks: the expanding relationship AMEX Bank Review Special PapersNo. 6 (LondonAmerican Express International Banking Corporation1982) 11 pp. An extended and revised version of a paper entitled “Roles of the Euromarket and the International Monetary Fund in financing developing countries,” which was published in Adjustment and financing in the developing world: the role of the International Monetary FundTonyKillicked. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund, in association with the Overseas Development InstituteLondon1982) pp. 13654.

    O’BrienRichard.“The Reform of the Bretton Woods institutions: the debate,” in Global development: issues and choicesKhadijaHaqed. (WashingtonNorth South Roundtable of the Society for International Development1983) pp. 6773. The rapporteur’s report on a panel discussion, “Future of the Bretton Woods institutions,” held during the 4th Annual Session of the North South Roundtable in Tokyo/Oiso, October 22–24, 1982.

    OgdenWilliam S.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 32432.

    OkyarOsman.“Turkey and the IMF: a review of relations, 1978–82,” in IMF conditionalityJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) pp. 53361. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Institute for International Economics, held at Airlie House, Virginia, March 24–26, 1982. With comments by Richard S. Eckaus, pp. 563–66.

    OppenheimerPeter M.“Possible and desirable roles for gold in the international monetary system: reconsideration and proposals,” in The Gold problem: economic perspectives; proceedings of the World Conference on Gold held in Rome 1982AlbertoQuadrio-Curzioed. (Oxford and New YorkOxford University Press for the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro and Nomisma1982) pp. 187203.

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    PanganibanLeah R.“The New IMF policy on enlarged access to resources,”CB ReviewCentral Bank of the Philippines (Manila) 35 (November1983) pp. 192123.

    PaulAlix-Herard.“The ‘Destabilization’ program of the IMF in Jamaica,”Inter-American Economic Affairs (Washington) 37 (Autumn1983) pp. 4561.

    PaulRon.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 52841.

    PayerCheryl.“Tanzania and the World Bank,”Third World Quarterly (London) 5 (October1983) pp. 791813. Includes discussion of Tanzania’s relations with the IMF.

    PeetersM.P.C.“De Stabiliteit van het internationale financiele systeem,”Economisch-Statistische Berichten (Rotterdam) 68 (February91983) pp. 12430.

    PetersmannH.G.“The Legal evolution of the international monetary system,”German Yearbook of International Law (Berlin) 25 (1982) pp. 376401.

    PhillipsRon.“The Role of the International Monetary Fund in the post-Bretton Woods era,”Review of Radical Political Economics (New York) 15 (Summer1983) pp. 5981.

    Picado HidalgoRoberto.Asistencia financier a del Fondo Monetario Internacionala Costa Rica Serie Comentarios sobre Asuntos Económicos No. 50 Banco Central de Costa Rica (San José, Costa Rica1983) 37 pp. (Mimeographed)

    PineArt.“Strange bedfellows: increased aid to IMF becomes political issue crossing party lines,”Wall Street Journal (New York) September261983 pp. 121.

    Pirzio-BiroliCorrado.“Making sense of the IMF conditionality debate,”Journal of World Trade Law (Twickenham) 17 (March/April1983) pp. 11553.

    PissullaPetra.Der Internationale Währungsfonds und seine Bedeutung für die osteuropäischen Länder: Rumanien Ungarn Polen Veröffentlichungen HWWA-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (HamburgVerlag Weltarchiv1983) 99 pp.

    PolakJ.J.“Monetarist policies on a world scale,” in Monetarism economic crisis and the third worldKarelJansened. (LondonFrank Cass1983) pp. 17588. Paper based on a lecture in the Public Lecture Series given at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, in 1982.

    “Der Polizist der internationalen Banken”Der Spiegel (Hamburg) 39 (September261983) pp. 15055.

    “Possible further improvements in the existing SDR” in International money and credit: the policy rolesGeorge M.von Furstenberged. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1983) pp. 53759. A background paper, prepared by IMF staff in 1982, for the Conference on International Money, Credit, and the SDR, held at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, March 24–25, 1983.

    The Poverty brokers: the IMF and Latin America (LondonLatin America Bureau1983) 136 pp.

    PrattCranford.“Introduction: International bankers and the crisis of debt,” in Banking on poverty: the global impact of the IMF & World BankJillTorrieed. (TorontoBetween the Lines1983) pp. 1333. Introduces the papers presented at a conference held at the University of Toronto in September 1982.

    PrebischRaul.“The Crisis of capitalism and international trade,”CEPAL Review (Santiago de Chile) No. 20 (August1983) pp. 5174. Includes an analysis of the laws of the market and the IMF.

    Prospects for adjustment in Argentina Brazil and Mexico: responding to the debt crisisJohnWilliamsoned. (WashingtonInstitute for International Economics1983) 63 pp. Based on papers originally presented at a conference organized by the Institute for International Economics, held May 12, 1983.

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    ReadPeter C.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in International bank lending; hearings before the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions Supervision Regulation and Insurance 98th Congress 1st Session April 20–21 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 91112.

    RebeloJosé“La Grande peur du F.M.I.,”Le Monde (Paris) June5/61983 pp. 67.

    ReganDonald T.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: International debt situation and increase in IMF resources,” in International financial markets and related matters; hearing 97th Congress 2nd Session December 21 1982 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 1550.

    ReganDonald T.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: IMF resources, world financial stability, and U.S. interests,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 40456. Statement delivered February 23, 1983.

    ReganDonald T.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: IMF resources, world financial stability, and U.S. interests,” in International debt; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Finance and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session February 14 15 and 17 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Banking Housing and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 41244100.

    ReganDonald T.“Statement” and “Prepared statement: The Increase in IMF resources; protecting the financial system, safeguarding U.S. trade and employment,” in To increase the U.S. quota in the International Monetary Fund and related matters; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade Investment and Monetary Policy 98th Congress 1st Session April 7 26 27 28; and May 3 1983 U.S. Congress House Committee on Banking Finance and Urban Affairs (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 570.

    ReganDonald T.“United States and the world’s debt problem,”Wall Street Journal (New York) February81983 p. 32. Explains the importance of U.S. support for increasing the resources of the IMF.

    Rescheduling techniques: an international conference on sovereign debt London 3rd and 4th November 1983 (LondonBath House1983) 131 pp. Conference sponsored by the Group of Thirty.

    ReyJean-Jacques and FrançoiseLepoivre-Masai.“Le Rôle des institutions monétaires internationales face à la crise de l’endettement,”Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique (Brussels) 22 (August1983) pp. 21323.

    RiceGerardJamesCorr and SusanFennell.“Maintaining financing for adjustment and development,”Finance & Development (Washington) 20 (December1983) pp. 4447. Report on the main themes emerging from the 1983 Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the IBRD, IDA, IFC, and IMF, held in Washington, September 27–30, 1983.

    Richardson of Duntisbourne Gordon Richardson (Baron). “International banking in turbulent times: some lessons from recent experience,”Quarterly BulletinBank of England (London) 23 (March1983) pp. 3942. Describes the way in which borrowers, the IMF, governments, central banks, and commercial banks have quickly and informally concerted arrangements for mobilizing assistance.

    RiekeWolfgang.“Die Verschuldungsprobleme und das internationale Währungssystem,”Auszüge aus PresseartikelnDeutsche Bundesbank (Frankfurt am Main) No. 111 (November141983) pp. 47. Originally published in Wirtschafts-Blätter, Bundeskammer der Gewerblichen Wirtschaft (Vienna), No. 4, 1983.

    Rivera UrrutiaEugenio.El Fondo Monetario Internacional y Costa Rica 1978–1982: política económica y crisis (San José, Costa RicaDepartamento Ecumenico de Investigaciones1982) 179 pp.

    RobichekE. Walter.“The IMF’s conditionality re-examined,” in Adjustment conditionality and international financingJoaquínMunsed. (WashingtonInternational Monetary Fund1984) pp. 6775. Paper presented at a seminar, “The Role of the International Monetary Fund in the Adjustment Process,” held in Viña del Mar, Chile, April 5–8, 1983. With comments by Guido di Tella and Miguel A. Fabbri, pp. 76–83. Also published in Spanish with the title, “La Condicionalidad del FMI reexaminada,” in Ajuste, condicionalidad y financiamiento internacional, Joaquín Muns, ed. (Washington, Fondo Monetario Internacional, 1983), pp. 74–83. Comments, pp. 84–91.

    RobinsonAlan.“Latin America: many patients, little medicine,”Euromoney (London) March1983 pp. 3648. Discusses the IMF’s recovery recipes for the current economic problems of the area.

    RobinsonAlan.“Latin America: the IMF vs. the people,”Euromoney (London) October1983 pp. 9093. Examines some of the arguments in La Contrarevolución Monetarista, by René Villareal (Mexico, D.F., 1983).

    RohatynFelix G.“Statement” and “Prepared statement,” in Global economic outlook; hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and the Committee on Foreign Relations 98th Congress 1st Session January 10–April 13 1983 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (WashingtonGovernment Printing Office1983) pp. 27179.

    RowenHobart.“The Washington agenda,”Institutional Investor International Edition (New York) September1983 pp. 18390. A briefing for delegates to the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in September 1983.

    RowleyAnthony and RichardNations.“IMF: more cash needed for the sudden transition to first-resort lender,”Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 121 (September291983) pp. 8587.