Contents: Section I - International financial organizations and problems arising out of a succession of States: 1. The principal financial organizations; 2. Questions raised by a succession of States. Section II - Cases of partial succession: 1. Cases of succession in respect of part of territory; 2. Cases of secession or decolonization giving birth to new States. Section 3 - Cases of total succession: 1. Cases of uniting os States; 2. Cases of dissolution of a State: the available options; 3. The solutions adopted within the IMF; 4. The solutions adopted within the World Bank Group; 5. The solutions adopted within regional organizations. Section 4 - Conclusions - Codification tested against the facts: 1. Succession and membership; 2. Succession and assets and liabilities.
State Succession and International Financial Institutions / Gioia, Andrea. - STAMPA. - 3:(2000), pp. 327-383.