International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal Reports, Volume I, 1994-1999
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Published Date:
December 2000
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International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal

Reports

Volume I 1994–1999

International Monetary Fund

Washington, D.C.

2000

INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL

2000–2001

Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President

Former President, International Court of Justice

Associate Judge Michel Gentot

Member, Conseil d’Etat, France President, International Labour Organisation Administrative Tribunal

Associate Judge Nisuke Ando

Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law Doshisha University, Kyoto

Alternate Judge Agustín Gordillo

Professor of Administrative Law and Professor of Human Rights University of Buenos Aires School of Law

Alternate Judge Georges Abi-Saab

Professor of International Law Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva

Contents

Preface

This volume contains the Judgments and published Orders of the International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal (“IMFAT” or “Tribunal”) rendered from its inception through 1999. The history of the Tribunal and an analysis of its jurisprudence are provided in an introductory chapter “The International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal: Its First Six Years.” A detailed topical Index of the IMFAT’s decisions is included as well. Finally, the reader will find republished in an Appendix to this volume the Tribunal’s Statute, Rules of Procedure, and the Report of the International Monetary Fund’s Executive Board on the establishment of the Tribunal.

Celia Goldman

Registrar

Washington, D. C.

June 2000

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