The Implications of the International Monetary Fund on the Global Financial Crisis
Keywords:International Monetary Fund, Global Financial Crisis, Global Financial Crisis Economy, Impact Study
The worst that the economy can go through is the crisis, and one of the crises that has afflicted the global economy is the global financial crisis that has appeared at the end of 2007. The paper aims to:
1- Investigate the relationship of the International Monetary Fund to the financial crises and their repercussions on global economies.
2- Identify the role of the International Monetary Fund in the international financial crises through the policy of loans.
The study stems from the hypothesis that the global financial crises and their expansion after 2008, were a major cause of the economic instability, budget deficit and low economic growth rates. The work relied on the deductive method and the descriptive analytical method.
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