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American Journal of Economics, Finance and Management, Vol.1, No.2, Apr. 2015, Pub. Date: Mar. 26, 2015
The Role of IMF in the Reinforcement and Development of International Economic Relations
Pages: 69-75 Views: 3566 Downloads: 2525
Authors
[01] Mansour Farrokhi, Hormozgan University, Faculty of Humanities, Bandar-Abbas, Iran.
[02] Seyyed Mehdi Kashfi, Islamic Azad University of Qeshm, International Branch, Qeshm Island, Iran.
Abstract
The IMF, with purpose of helping balance growth in the world economy by monitoring Member’s economy – especially their exchange rates and balance of payments and acting as an international lender, has established a close relationship between international monetary system and international economic law. The paper is seeking to introduce IMF and its role in the reinforcement and development of international economic relations.
Keywords
International Monetary Fund, International Monetary System, International Economic Law, International Economic Relations, Bretton Woods Conference, Globalization
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