斯特劳斯·卡恩之后的国际货币基金组织

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曾经红极一时的国际货币基金组织衰落了!十多年前,一份名为《巴黎竞赛》的杂志抓拍了一幅时任国际货币基金组织常务董事的迈克·康德苏的照片,标题是“世界上最强大的法国人”,而今他的继任者斯特劳斯·卡恩被戴上手铐的照片频频出现在各大媒体的头条新闻,俨然已经成为当今世界上最屈辱的法国人。

斯特劳斯·卡恩卷入纽约性丑闻这一事件造成的一个无法预料的后果就是公众对于其继任者问题的关注和兴趣达到了前所未有的程度。事实上,这一丑闻暴露了国际货币基金组织在监管方面的一些根本弊端,甚至是它的存在问题。

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