Case Study

Does the IMF Constrain Health Spending in Poor Countries? Evidence and an Agenda for Action

Produced by a team of 15 experts drawn from policymaking positions in developing countries, academia, civil society, and multilateral organizations, this study explores criticisms of the IMF’s macroeconomic policies and their impact on health spending in low-income countries. It includes in-depth case studies from Mozambique, Rwanda, and Zambia.



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