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Poor economic and social performance reflect in part the wrong mix of policy. Although developing countries are not powerless in seeking to change the mix, there remains a key role for international public policy. Acknowledgements This chapter is based on research sponsored by the Office of Development Studies of the United Nations Development Programme. Their support is gratefully acknowledged as are the comments of the referees. The usual disclaimer applies. References Bird, G. (1995) IMF Lending to Developing Countries: Issues and Evidence.
Meanwhile, the World Bank embarked on a new program of structural adjustment lending. The debt crisis also meant that the commercial banks became much less willing to lend voluntarily to governments in general support of the balance of payments, and, in any case, as real interest rates rose sharply, external financing became less attractive to potential borrowers. Early diagnosis of the debt crisis still emphasized its liquidity as opposed to its solvency aspects and international policy initially focused on trying to galvanize new financial flows.
The international financial institutions (IFIs) began to accentuate the need for adjustment. In response to the global disequilibria existing at the beginning of the 1980s, the IMF resisted any temptation to reactivate the by then defunct Oil Facility and, moreover, modified the CFF in such ways as to effectively eliminate its low conditionality properties. Meanwhile, the World Bank embarked on a new program of structural adjustment lending. The debt crisis also meant that the commercial banks became much less willing to lend voluntarily to governments in general support of the balance of payments, and, in any case, as real interest rates rose sharply, external financing became less attractive to potential borrowers.