Countries' repayment performance vis-a-vis the IMF

Aylward, Lynn; Thorne, Rupert
December 1998
IMF Staff Papers;Dec98, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p595
Academic Journal
Focuses on the repayment performance to the International Monetary Fund. Literature on external debt repayment; Determination of overdue repayments; Other providers of financial resources; Macroeconomic variables; Determinant of arrears to creditors; Creditworthiness of countries.


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