The Financial Issues of the New International Economic Order discusses the establishment of the New International Economic Order (NIEO) in the monetary-financial area. Comprised of nine chapters, the book covers financial issues, such as monetary system, external debt, private bank, financing and capital markets, and petrodollars and collective reliance. Chapter 1 tackles the transfer of financial resource, while Chapter 2 discusses external disequilibrium in developing countries and the adjustment process. Chapter 3 deals with liquidity and international finance, and Chapter 4 covers the special drawing rights and development assistance. The fifth chapter discusses the trends of public external debt of developing countries, and the sixth chapter tackles the renegotiation of Third World debt and appropriate adjustments in international trade. Chapter 7 deals with financial aid and private banking institutions, while Chapter 8 covers the changing patterns in international liquidity and Eurocurrency multipliers. The last chapter discusses the use of OPEC funds for promoting collective self-reliance among developing countries. This book will be of great use to individuals who are interested in the financial issues faced by the NIEO.