This Article reviews Professor John W. Head’s book, The Future of Global Economic Organizations: An Evaluation of Criticisms Leveled at the IMF, the Multilateral Development Banks, and the WTO. Developing country advocates argue that international economic regimes reinforce unequal allocations of wealth both internally, within national economies, as well as among nations. Economic conservatives argue that the World Bank and other multilateral development banks are superfluous in an age of international capital mobility. Professor John W. Head analyzes these and other criticisms in his timely and insightful study.
John W. Head, The Future of the Global Economic Organizations: An Evaluation of the Criticisms Leveled at the IMF, the Multilateral Development Banks, and the WTO,
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