Ethics and International Affairs 18 (2):61–77 (2004)
This essay presents the idea of financial accountability, showing how easily reforms making IFIs (International Financial Institutions] financially accountable could be implemented. The market mechanism and its beneficial incentive system must finally be brought to IFIs
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