International Monetary Law in a sufficiently comprehensive and systematic form to justify recognition of it as a separate province of public international law came into existence on December 27, 1945. Joseph Gold, ‘Gold in International Monetary Law: Change, Uncertainty and Ambiguity’ (1981) 15 Journal of International Law and Economics 323. 13.01 It is fitting to start this chapter on the law of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with some words by the late Sir Joseph Gold,1 since his writings have greatly contributed to the development of the public...
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