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In conclusion of this paper it is mentioned that:

There is a robust and positive relationship between democracy and economic growth

We know that, the final goal of IMF is to establishing peace, with a developed economy.

Can IMF prolong the deadline of loans, or give some grants to developing countries in exchange of some democracy development?

I know, there are already some criticism against IMF for manipulating developing countries, but it could be a potential solution for spreading democracy in the world.

This paper mentions that:

dictatorships are more likely than the other authoritarian types to enter into an agreement with the IMF, while single party regimes are most likely to receive funding.

This is surprise for me, since the IMF is mostly used by dictators rather than spreading democracy.

In conclusion of this paper it is mentioned that:

There is a robust and positive relationship between democracy and economic growth

We know that, the final goal of IMF is to establishing peace, with a developed economy.

Can IMF prolong the deadline of loans, or give some grants to developing countries in exchange of some democracy development?

I know, there are already some criticism against IMF for manipulating developing countries, but it could be a potential solution for spreading democracy in the world.

In conclusion of this paper it is mentioned that:

There is a robust and positive relationship between democracy and economic growth

We know that, the final goal of IMF is to establishing peace, with a developed economy.

Can IMF prolong the deadline of loans, or give some grants to developing countries in exchange of some democracy development?

I know, there are already some criticism against IMF for manipulating developing countries, but it could be a potential solution for spreading democracy in the world.

This paper mentions that:

dictatorships are more likely than the other authoritarian types to enter into an agreement with the IMF, while single party regimes are most likely to receive funding.

This is surprise for me, since the IMF is mostly used by dictators rather than spreading democracy.

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Can IMF encourage countries to Democracy in exchange of loans?

In conclusion of this paper it is mentioned that:

There is a robust and positive relationship between democracy and economic growth

We know that, the final goal of IMF is to establishing peace, with a developed economy.

Can IMF prolong the deadline of loans, or give some grants to developing countries in exchange of some democracy development?

I know, there are already some criticism against IMF for manipulating developing countries, but it could be a potential solution for spreading democracy in the world.