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Cooperation of the International Funding Organizations for Developing Countries - The Case of Turkey: Improving the economy, efficiency effectiveness of the IMF, World Bank and European Union funds in a country by coordinating their activities, Coordinator of the Project, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University, May 2009
This report concludes with recommendations for International Funding Organizations and for Turkey. All the policies and agreements with international funding organizations should be recipient country oriented. They should perform complementarily with their expertise and collaboratively solve the basic, urgent issues in recipient countries. As for Turkey, there should be more active coordination between different international organizations to meet Turkey’s needs. At the same time, Turkey should firmly adhere to its policies as laid out in its development plan and restructure collaboration among the institutions related to international projects and programs.