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A Handbook on Law and Women

without delay". Closely related to the hegemony of the staff is what he terms as the question of the "epistemology of the institution" which we have dealt with extensively earlier With reference to a 'Pragmatic Reform Programme for Staff Wing Clipping', Budhoo points to three steps: (a) Fund staff salaries, allowances, privileges, immunities, (b) 'Internal' checks and balances mechanisms, and (c) 'External' checks and balances machanisms. He advocates the setting up of the following: an 'Advisory and Review Commission' to "assume the functions of the now defunct Advisory Council and to act as final court of appeal relating the administration of the aid relationship" and a series of 'Regional Co-ordinating Committees' to "review on an annual basis economic progress in member countries, and to lay down general guidelines for future Fund/Rank operations in individual countries and regions". A 'Watch Dog Committee', established by developing countries themselves, is also proposed'.

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