Table of contents for Reforming the governance of the IMF and the World Bank / edited by Ariel Buira.

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List of Contributors	xi
Foreword	xv
1.	Introduction 	1
2.	The Bretton Woods Institutions: Governance without Legitimacy?	7
Ariel Buira
3.	Reforming the International Monetary Fund: Towards Enhanced Accountability and Legitimacy	45
Vijay L. Kelkar, Praveen K. Chaudhry, Marta Vanduzer-Snow and V. Bhaskar
4.	Improving IMF Governance and Increasing the Influence of
Developing Countries in IMF Decision-Making	75
Murilo Portugal
5.	Issues on IMF Governance and Representation: An Evaluation of Alternative Options	107
Guillermo Le Fort V
6.	Making the IMF and the World Bank More Accountable	149
Ngaire Woods
7.	Purchasing Power Parities and Comparisons of GDP in IMF 
Quota Calculations	171
John B. McLenaghan
8.	Measuring Vulnerability: Capital Flows Volatility in the Quota Formula	195
Laura dos Reis
9.	Enhancing the Voice of Developing Countries in The World Bank: Selective Double Majority Voting and a 
Pilot Phase Approach	213
Cord Jakobeit
10. Voting Power Implications of a Double Majority Voting 
Procedure in the IMF¿s Executive Board	235
Jonathan R. Strand and David P. Rapkin
11. Power versus Weight in IMF Governance: The Possible 
Beneficial Implications of a United European Bloc Vote	251
Dennis Leech and Robert Leech
12. Changing IMF Quotas: The Role of the United States Congress 283
J. Lawrence Broz

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International Monetary Fund -- Management -- Evaluation.
World Bank -- Management -- Evaluation.
Corporate governance.
Developing countries -- Economic policy.