Changing IMF: Models and Programmes
Vladimir Gligorov is senior researcher at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw). His previous appointments were at Columbia University, New York; Belgrade University, Serbia; George-Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA; Uppsala University, Sweden. He has been working as a consultant of the OECD, The World Bank and the UNDP. He has published several books in English, e.g., Why Do Countries Break Up? The Case of Yugoslavia (1994, second edition forthcoming in 2009) and Balkan Reconstruction: Economic Aspects (2000). Currently he is working mostly on the economies of Southeast Europe.
Countries covered: Central, East and Southeast Europe