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Minutes||29 April 2013|
Notes of a meeting with UK executive director to the World Bank Gwen Hines in April 2013 read article...
News||3 April 2013|update 85|
French police searched the Paris apartment of IMF managing director Christine Lagarde in late March as part of an investigation over the way Lagarde, as French minister of finance, handled the compensation settlement of French millionaire Bernard Tapie. read article...
Comment||28 March 2013|update 85|
The economic crisis in Cyprus erupted during the second cycle of the European recession of 2011 as a result of harsh austerity policies imposed since 2010 in Europe. It is a new crisis born of a failed response to the original European crisis. read article...
The UK's role in the World Bank and IMF Department for International Development and HM Treasury
Briefing||13 March 2013|
This page outlines the structure of the UK government's interaction with the World Bank and the IMF. It provides contact information for the appropriate staff at the Department for International Development and HM Treasury who deal with the Bretton Woods institutions read article...
Minutes||18 February 2013|
This was a meeting on 1 October 2012, between the Minister of State of the UK's Department for International Development (DFID) and civil society representatives, focusing on the World Bank. read article...
News||13 February 2013|update 84|
In order to improve our communications, the Bretton Woods Project conducted an audience survey in 2012, which almost 500 people took part in. read article...
News||6 December 2012|update 83|
The Troika has announced another Greek debt agreement, but disputes between the Fund and its Troika partners over debt reduction remain unresolved. read article...
IMF lending in Europe unprecedented, programmes failing Letter to the Economist
Letter||18 October 2012|
The contradictions revealed by IMF involvement in eurozone bailouts, identified in your article ("Less Cash, More Impact", The Economist, October 5th), reflect a crisis of legitimacy at the Fund. read article...
News||12 October 2012|update 82|
We are delighted to welcome Clare Woodford as the new communications and research officer of the Bretton Woods Project, taking over from Ana Paula Canestrelli. read article...
News||3 October 2012|update 82|
The IMF's role as a member of the Troika, the grouping of the European Central Bank (ECB), European Commission and the Fund in the eurozone crisis, is attracting new criticism. Deepening recessions in eurozone nations have brought the efficacy and appropriateness of Troika-led reforms into question. read article...
Climate Investment Funds Monitor 7: April 2013 25 April 2013
Working paper: The private sector and climate change adaptation: International Finance Corporation investments under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience 24 April 2013
The UK's role in the World Bank and IMF: Department for International Development and HM Treasury 13 March 2013
The World Bank and industrial policy: Hands off or hands on? 6 December 2012
Climate Investment Funds Monitor 6: October 2012 26 October 2012
Petros Kosmas' blog 28 March
Eurogroup statement on Cyprus 25 March
The Tragedy of Greece 1 March
Are Ireland and Portugal out of the woods? 12 February
Goodnight Greece - good morning colony! 30 November
The Greek debt trap: an escape plan 9 November