See How Much You Know About the IMF and World Bank

Visitors watch IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the opening of the IMF and World Bank Annual Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, in 2017.
Visitors watch IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the opening of the IMF and World Bank Annual Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, in 2017. Mike Theiler/Reuters

Test your knowledge of the two main international financial institutions.

October 5, 2018, 8:00 am (EST)

Visitors watch IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the opening of the IMF and World Bank Annual Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, in 2017.
Visitors watch IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the opening of the IMF and World Bank Annual Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, in 2017. Mike Theiler/Reuters
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have been central to international finance and economic development since the 1940s, and they remain a focus of debates over global governance today. How much do you know about these two institutions?

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