The IMF and Kenya`s Public Finance Deadlock - 2 / 1 - 3
The International Monetary Fund should seek to achieve its mandate working with the political system of the 2010 Constitution rather than with a non-existent one they would like to see. This article continues from Part 1 published here.
I am a Ghanaian development economist, who has been active in international development for over 20 years; as a researcher and lecturer, as an NGO activist and development professional in several parts of the world. Working with others, I co-founded several development organisations around the world, including the Third World Network, ISODEC and the Centre for Public Interest Law in Ghana. Heading the United Nations Millennium Campaign in Africa, till December 2014. I currently head Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), Ghana.