Nobel prize winner, Joseph Stiglitz, looks at how the IMF and the World Bank, blinded by ideology, have often caused economic hardship in the countries they were supposed to help. Stiglitz presents anecdotal evidence of the causes of the problems created in developing countries in Africa, Asia and in post-Communist Russia.
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