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It’s Time to Reform the IMF and the World Bank

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This autumn, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank will hold their annual conference. It can’t be business as usual, says PS contributor Paola Subacchi. To remain legitimate, effective, and accountable, the Bretton Woods institutions must align representation with countries’ relative economic weight and systemic importance. 

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