This paper argues that the current financial crisis offers the best opportunity for progressive reform in international financial governance in many years. It cautions that developing countries and civil society will only be able to fully exploit this opportunity if they are well prepared and realistic in their expectations. It concludes with a set of recommendations on what reforms developing countries and civil society should promote in the current negotiations about international financial governance.
Bradlow, Daniel David, Charting a Progressive International Financial Agenda. Foreign Policy in Focus, December 8, 2008;