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Mehran Latham Brimbie and Chandavarkar Dillon

The International Monetary Fund lays considerable stress on providing technical assistance in economic and financial matters to its member countries. This assistance is no less important than the provision of financial resources. Technical assistance constitutes a transfer of another kind of resource—knowledge and the accumulated experience of Fund staff from their work in its 146 member countries. This series of articles is, in brief, an overview of this aspect of the Fund’s work.