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Accountability, Transparency and Democracy in the Functioning of Bretton Woods Institutions

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Accountability, Transparency and Democracy in the Functioning of Bretton Woods Institutions
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Accountability, Transparency and Democracy in the Functioning of Bretton Woods Institutions
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Accountability, Transparency and Democracy in the Functioning of Bretton Woods Institutions
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: The Governance and the Reforms in Progress -- Transparency and Democracy in the Governance of the International Monetary Fund and Reforms in Progress: A Voting Power Analys... -- 1 The Reforms -- 2 Real and Apparent Voting Power -- 3 Weighted Voting and Voting Power Analysis -- 4 Weighted Voting in the IMF Governors -- 5 Impact of the Reforms on Voting Power Distribution -- 6 Gainers and Losers of Voting Power -- 7 Conclusions -- Appendix -- References -- The Evolution of the International Monetary Fund in Response to the Global Financial Crisis -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Adequacy of Fundś Resources and the Role of Quotas -- 3 The Legitimacy Problem of the Fund and the Quota Shares -- 4 The Review of the Lending Instruments of the Fund -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- China and The IMF: A Troubled Relationship -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Beijing Consensus: A Successful Model? -- 3 The Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralization: The Seed of an Emerging Asian Monetary Fund -- 4 The Inclusion of Renminbi in the Basket of IMF Special Drawing Rights -- 5 The Representation of China Inside the Fund: Concluding Remarks -- References -- The New Development Bank: Another BRICS in the Wall? -- 1 Introduction: The Missed Reform of International Monetary Fund as a Driving Force for BRICS Countries -- 2 The New Development Bank -- 3 The NDBś Governance and the Impact on Membership -- 4 Outlook and Final Remarks -- References -- Part II: The Constitutionalization of the Ẁ̀ashington Consensuś ́in the European Union -- From Washington Consensus to Brussels Consensus -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The New Classicism -- 3 The Maastricht Treaty: The Consensus in the Constitution -- 4 Global Death and European Resurgence of the Washington Consensus -- 5 The IMF Mea Culpa -- 6 Conclusion -- References
  • The Constitutionalization of the Washington Consensus in the European Union: Giving up the Social Market Economy -- 1 The Washington Consensus and Its Influence on Bretton Woods Institutions -- 2 The Treaty of Maastricht and Its Limits -- 3 The Washington Consensus and Its Influence on the Maastricht Treaty -- 4 No Changes in the European Approach to Monetary and Economic Policy Despite the Crisis -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Participatory Democracy Within the Revision of the European Economic Governance Due to the Euro-Zone Crisis -- 1 Introductory Remarks -- 2 The Debate on the Weak Democratic Legitimacy of the Revised Governance -- 3 Democracy Under the Treaty on the European Union as Revised by the Lisbon Treaty -- 4 Participatory Democracy Within the European Union and Within Named International Economic Organizations -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Brexit. Europe Betrayed? -- 1 The Island and Brussels -- 2 Creative Austerity -- 3 Speculation: From Exchange Rates to Sovereign Debt -- 4 Brexit and the P Factor -- References -- Part III: Accountability and Independent Complaint Mechanisms -- Independent Accountability Mechanisms -- How Multilateral Financial Institutions Can Be the Front Runners for Commercial Financi... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 History of Accountability Mechanisms -- 3 Limitations in the Mandates -- 4 The China Case -- 5 Influence of Non-Governmental Organizations -- 6 The MFI Mechanisms on a Cross Road: Are They Independent? -- 7 Urgency for Revival of the Mechanisms in a Changing Era -- 8 Standards of the UN and the OECD Regarding Accountability Mechanisms -- 9 The OECD Order of Expected Responsibilities -- 10 A Grievance Mechanism or Accountability Mechanism? -- 11 Will European Commercial Banks be the First with an Accountability Mechanism? -- 12 Dutch Government Took Action -- 13 Concluding -- References
  • Accountability in International Organisations: Reviewing the World Banḱs Environmental and Social Framework -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Filling the Void: Safeguard Standards and the World Bank Inspection Panel -- 2.1 The World Bank Inspection Panel and the Genesis of Citizen-Driven Accountability -- 2.2 Adapting to a Changing Landscape -- 3 Towards a New Environmental and Social Framework -- 3.1 Hierarchy, Integration and the Division of Labor -- 3.2 Answering the Call of Country Ownership -- 3.3 The Downstream Approach: Assessment, Management and Implementation Support -- 3.4 Exploring New Terrain: Substantive Expansion of the Safeguard Standards -- 4 The Environmental and Social Framework in the World Bank: Limits and Perils -- 4.1 The Nexus Between the Environmental and Social Framework and International Law -- 4.2 From Law to Management? On the Nature of Accountability -- 4.2.1 Benchmarks of Compliance -- 4.2.2 The Move to Ownership from the Perspective of Accountability -- 4.2.3 The Role of the Inspection Panel -- 4.3 Development Policy Lending and Programming for Results -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Conditionality and Socio Economic Impact -- IMF Conditionality and Socio-Economic Impact -- 1 Introduction and Main Considerations -- 2 Issues in Context: The Rationale for Conditionality in IMF Programs and Basic Principles for Its Design -- 3 Macro-Social Conditionality: Trends and Outcomes -- 4 Some Evidence from the Recent Crisis -- References -- The Human Rights Effects of Participation in Program Lending Versus the CESCR -- 1 What Are Economic and Social Rights? -- 2 International Governmental Regimes Characteristics and Respect for Human Rights -- 3 The Negative Human Rights Effects of the International Finance Regime -- 4 Participation in the Human Rights Regime and Respect for Human Rights
  • 5 Measuring Government Respect for Economic and Social Rights -- 6 Hypotheses -- 7 Research Design -- 8 Results -- 9 Conclusions -- References -- Part V: The Impact of Bretton Woods Institutions on Civil Society -- Bretton Woods: The Pursuit of Happiness? -- 1 Human Rights, Democracy and Development -- 2 The Spirit of Bretton Woods -- 3 Challenges and Common Roots -- 4 The Response of New Neoliberalism -- 5 The Role of Fundamental Rights as an Element of Economic Stability -- 6 Conclusions: Bretton Woods and the Pursuit of Happiness? -- References -- Accountability and Transparency in Bretton Woods Institution. Two Concrete Experiences -- Negotiating the EÚs Future: An Italian Perspective -- References
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