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FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT

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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
January 2000
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The June issue of Finance & Development, which will be available shortly, includes several articles focusing on the fight against corruption. In many countries, corruption is a major factor weakening the body politic and jeopardizing prospectsfor economic growth. Among the articles in this issue are:

Subverting Corruption

Robert Klitgaard

Making Anticorruption Agencies More Effective

Jeremy Pope and Frank Vogl

Governance Matters: From Measurement to Action

Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kray, and Pablo Zoido-Lobatón

Stakeholders, Governance, and the RussianEnterprise Dilemma

Raj Desai and Itzhak Goldberg

Where Are Emerging Markets Headed?

Mohamed A. El-Erian

Trade Liberalization in the Caribbean

Janet Stotsky, Esther Suss, and Stephen Tokarick

European Labor Markets and EMU: Challenges Ahead

Rudiger Soltwedel, Dirk Dohse, and Christiane Krieger-Boden

The New World of Banking

Tomás J.T. Baliño and Angel Ubide

Finance & Development is published four times a year by the International Monetary Fund in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, and Spanish. Subscriptions are free of charge. To receive Finance & Development regularly, please write to IMF Publication Services, Box FD 00, Washington, DC 20431, U.S.A.

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