@fmct:Contents @toc4:Acknowledgments iii @toc2:1. The Puzzle of International Monetary Fund Conditionality 000 2. The Theory of Supplementary Financier Influence 000 3. A History of International Monetary Fund Conditionality 000 4. Observable Implications and Explanations of Longitudinal Change 000 5. Creditor States as Supplementary Financiers 000 6. Private Financial Institutions as Supplementary Financiers 000 7. Multilateral Organizations as Supplementary Financiers 000 8. Conclusion 000 @toc4:Appendix 1 000 Appendix 2 000 Appendix 3 000 Appendix 4 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
Erica Gould is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Virginia.
"This book stands out as one that will make a lasting contribution to our understanding of IMF conditionality and the forces that have shaped it over the last 50 years." - Political Studies Review "Money Talks is an important and rigorous study that leads us to new understandings of influences on IMF activities. The question 'to whom is the IMF beholden?' is an urgent one for both scholars and political analysts. Gould's empirical work is sophisticated and the link between theory and analysis is exemplary. This gracefully-written book is a model of the social-scientific approach, and makes a major contribution to the study of the IMF, of international finance, and of the activities of international organizations more generally." - Lisa Martin, Harvard University "This book substantially contributes to our understanding of one of the most powerful international institutions today, the IMF. It also illuminates an increasingly important aspect of international monetary relations--the interaction between private and public actors in the world economy." - -Helen Milner, Princeton University