This report evaluates the role of the IMF in supporting economic reform in Jordan during 1989-2004. The evaluation provides an opportunity to assess typical features of relations between the IMF and its borrowing members, and to put into a specific country context IEO's earlier findings on program design and the links between programs, surveillance, and technical assistance. The report highlights a number of broad lessons suggested by the IMF's experience in Jordan, as well as other lessons focusing on the IMF's future role in Jordan.
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