A review of developing countries`needs and conditions of international financial institutions

  • Zeyad Khalaf Khaleel Economics Department, College of Economics and Administration, University of Baghdad
Palabras clave: Developing Country, International, Financial Institutions.


Global Finance Institutions assume a noteworthy element in supporting the developing countries. They give critical capital, learning, and organizational help to catalyze the interest of country. They bolster the sort of entrepreneurial activities that assistance to accomplish reasonable monetary development. Furthermore, this study shed the light on ownership aspect by the IMF and the World Bank. The responsibility for policy and strategies by beneficiary country has been perceived by the international financial institutions as a basic factor for help viability. As a result, we ought to find that how these organizations impact financial approach in developing nations.