Created at the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944, the International Monetary Fund (IMF or the Fund) remains one of the most controversial international organizations in the contemporary architecture of global economic governance.
Established in 2012 and hosted by the University of Birmingham (UK), the IMF Mailing List is a moderated e-mail list for social scientists to disseminate new publications related to the IMF, as well as news of research events such as workshops and specialist conferences on global economic governance.
The IMF Mailing List includes over 60 members ranging from early-career researchers to senior scholars in Political Science and International Relations, Political Economy, Sociology, and Economics at universities around the world, as well as researchers working in international organizations.
Using the IMF Mailing List:
• Please e-mail Dr. André Broome if you would like to join the IMF Mailing List
• Non-members are welcome to circulate details of published academic work on the International Monetary Fund to the IMF Mailing List
• Please include all available details of academic publications on the IMF , including: author(s); title; journal/publisher; volume/issue numbers; and page numbers. Please also include a web link to the publication if one is available
• NB: this is a moderated mailing list. Details of work-in-progress that has not been accepted for publication, publications not directly related to the IMF, and other unrelated messages will be deleted