By Eduard Brau, Ian McDonald
This ebook offers a definitive account of the hot heritage of the overseas financial Fund, and the successes it has loved because it used to be based. With attention-grabbing contributions through present and previous IMF employees individuals, this e-book bargains a distinct perception into the workings of the association and explores the way it has benefited many.
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Kang was dismissed; the request for IMF assistance was not made. As the turmoil intensified, a public visit by the IMF’s First Deputy Managing Director, Stanley Fischer, followed on November 20. On November 21, the Korean authorities announced that they would seek financial assistance from the IMF. Hubert Neiss, Wanda Tseng, and James Gordon 21 The program supported by the IMF stabilized the foreign exchange market and provided the catalyst for much-needed corporate and financial sector restructuring.
The initial rationale for fiscal tightening was to restore confidence in the government’s ability to deal with the crisis and leave room for the expected large costs of bank restructuring. However, less than a month after the program was approved, it had become clear that the original target of a balanced budget would be too contractionary. There was opposition within the IMF staff and Executive Board to fiscal relaxation. The case was gradually won with the support of Stan Fischer, whose argument of “letting the automatic stabilizers work” made the policy switch more palatable to the fiscal doctrinaires.
In 2002, President Kim Dae Jung awarded the “Order of Industrial Service Merit” to the mission chief in recognition of the team’s work for Korea. 6 We do not want to rehash the whole debate nor suggest that all the criticisms which have been voiced were unjustified. We want to highlight some of the key controversies and give our reflections on what we have learned. 28 The Korean Crisis Ten Years Later It would be naive to think that everything that was done in a rush would be perfect. We were confronted with a crisis situation, and drastic and far-reaching emergency measures had to be adopted urgently, without the luxury of time for much discussion and reflection.
Successes of the International Monetary Fund: Untold Stories of Cooperation at Work by Eduard Brau, Ian McDonald