Table of contents for Crisis prevention and prosperity management for the world economy / Ralph C. Bryant.

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CONTENTS
FOREWORD
Introduction
Collective Surveillance: Rationale and Basic Questions 
Venues for Intergovernmental Cooperation: General Considerations
Institutional Dimensions of Supranational Surveillance
	Evolution of Consultative Groups
 The International Monetary Fund: The Dominant Venue for Surveillance
The IMF and Other International Organizations as Traffic Monitors and Adjustment 
Referees
 What Scope for Surveillance?
	Surveillance of Exchange-Rate Arrangements
 The IMF?s Annual Article IV Consultations
 Supranational Surveillance Conducted through Institutions Other Than the IMF 
Soft or Hard Guidelines?
Improving Analytical Foundations
Dissemination of Information: Transparency versus Confidentiality
The Individual Nation's Choice of Exchange Regime
Guidelines for Cross-Border Financial Transactions
Use of Financial Sector Assessments in Broader Surveillance of a Nation?s Economic 
Policies
Explicit Coordination of National Macroeconomic Policies?
Evolution of Macro-Surveillance for the World Economy
Lending Intermediation among National Governments: General Considerations
Lending Intermediation and Surveillance by the IMF
Should the IMF?S Mandate Be Narrowed to Crisis Vulnerability?
	Narrow the Focus of Surveillance?
	Lend Only When Crisis Threatens?
Should the IMF?s Mandate Be Broadened?
IMF Lending Facilities
 What Range and Variety of Lending Facilities?
	Issues about Interest Charges, Repayment Terms, and Conditions of Access
 Prequalification for Emergency Lending?
 Conditionality
IMF Lending: An Overview
The IMF: Whose Institution?
IMF Governance: Distribution of Quotas, Voting Power, and Constituencies
 Quota Shares: Calibrated to Relative Position in the World Economy?
 Adjustments in Quota Shares
 Adjustment in Basic Votes
 Adjustments in Executive Directors and Constituencies
 The Problem of Europe and the European Union
Aggregate Size of IMF Resources
Concluding Perspective
Appendix Table. Distribution by Nation of Key Economic Variables
REFERENCES
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Capital movements.
International finance.
Financial crises.
International Monetary Fund.