This book aims to develop and test a model of International Monetary Fund (IMF) decision-making that will offer a better understanding of how the IMF applies its lending terms to individual countries such as Jamaica, Zaire, Sudan, India, United Kingdom, Turkey and Argentina.

chapter 1|21 pages


chapter 2|24 pages

Internal IMF Policy Structures and Process

chapter 3|18 pages

The Case of Jamaica: 1976-1981

chapter 4|23 pages

The Case of Zaire: 1976–1981

chapter 5|22 pages

The Case of Sudan: 1979-1985

chapter 6|18 pages

The Case of India: 1981

chapter 8|23 pages

The Case of Turkey: 1977–1982

chapter 9|27 pages

The Case of Argentina: 1982–1987

chapter 10|8 pages