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UTICAJ MEĐUNARODNOG MONETARNOG FONDA NA POLITIČKE PROCESE U DRŽAVAMA ČLANICAMA

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Kreditni aranžmani Međunarodnog monetarnog fonda imaju ekonomske i političke implikacije na države članice. Struktura članstva, kao i način odlučivanja u Međunarodnom monetarnom fondu omogućuju formalne i neformalne uticaje najvažnijim industrijskim zemljama, a posebno Sjedinjenim Američkim Državama. Uslovi kredita utiču na političke procese u zemljama članicama u pravcu promena ekonomskog i političkog sistema, stimulisanja ili sprečavanja formiranja opozicionih stavova ili podrške autoritarnoj vlasti, radi održanja unutrašnje ili regionalne stabilnosti. Uslovi Međunarodnog monetarnog fonda menjaju ponašanje u spoljnoj politici država članica u pravcu usaglašavanja sa politikom Sjedinjenih Američkih Država i drugih industrijski razvijenih država, kojima se odražavaju njihovi geopolitički ciljevi.

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PERIODIKA Politička revija 3/2018 3/2018 УДК 339.732.4:32 105-122
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