Part I. The Governance and the Reforms in Progress
1. Transparency and Democracy in the Governance of the International Monetary Fund and Reforms in Progress: A Voting Power Analysis
2. The Evolution of the International Monetary Fund in Response to the Global Financial Crisis
Giuseppe Parigi, Francesco Paternò
3. China and The IMF: A Troubled Relationship
4. The New Development Bank: Another BRICS in the Wall?
Part II. The Constitutionalization of the “Washington Consensus” in the European Union
5. From Washington Consensus to Brussels Consensus
6. The Constitutionalization of the
7. Participatory Democracy Within the Revision of the European Economic Governance Due to the Euro-Zone Crisis
8. Brexit. Europe Betrayed?
Part III. Accountability and Independent Complaint Mechanisms
9. Independent Accountability Mechanisms; How Multilateral Financial Institutions Can Be the Front Runners for Commercial Financial Institutions
10. Accountability in International Organisations: Reviewing the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Framework
Part IV. Conditionality and Socio Economic Impact
11. IMF Conditionality and Socio-Economic Impact
12. The Human Rights Effects of Participation in Program Lending Versus the CESCR
M. Rodwan Abouharb, David L. Cingranelli
Part V. The Impact of Bretton Woods Institutions on Civil Society
13. Bretton Woods: The Pursuit of Happiness?
Gianludovico Martino, Giada Lepore
14. Accountability and Transparency in Bretton Woods Institution. Two Concrete Experiences
15. Negotiating the EU’s Future: An Italian Perspective