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This paper provides an analysis of the Tribunal’s jurisprudence for the period is provided in an introductory chapter “Developments in the Jurisprudence of the International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal: 2006.” In deciding on an application, the Tribunal shall apply the internal law of the IMF, including generally recognized principles of international administrative law concerning judicial review of administrative acts. The guidelines provide for performance assessments at prescribed intervals during the fixed term and impose obligations on both the fixed-term appointee and supervisors. The Tribunal emphasized that the provisions governing the mandatory resignation and possible subsequent reemployment of staff who serve as Advisors to Executive Directors indicate that a staff member who so resigns has no assured right to resume employment as a member of the IMF’s staff. In order to assess whether an Applicant has initiated administrative review procedures on a timely basis, the Administrative Tribunal may be required to determine when the Applicant was on notice that he had been adversely affected by an administrative act of the IMF.

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Finland's performance has been impressive. In light of rapid population aging, a significant and durable increase in the employment rate is vital. To leave room for needed tax cuts on labor while maintaining sufficiently large fiscal surpluses is crucial. With both growth and inflation set to slow, the current cyclical outlook offers an excellent opportunity for a taxed-based fiscal easing. Pension reform will ease the consequences of the demographic shock substantially. The private services sector in Finland has very strong potential for employment creation and growth.

International Monetary Fund

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1. On February 13, 14 and 15, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Mr. “O”, a former staff member of the Fund.

International Monetary Fund

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1. On February 13, 14 and 15, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “T”, a former staff member of the Fund. It gave final consideration to its Judgment and adopted it on June 7, 2006.

International Monetary Fund

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1. On February 13, 14 and 15, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “U”, a former staff member of the Fund. It gave final consideration to its Judgment and adopted it on June 7, 2006.

International Monetary Fund

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1. On November 27, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the Motion for Summary Dismissal of the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “AA”, a former staff member of the Fund.

International Monetary Fund

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1. On June 8 and 9 and November 27, 28 and 29, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Ms. “M” and her mother Dr. “M”, non-staff members of the Fund.1 Applicants contest the Fund’s decisions denying requests of 1999 (renewed in 2002, in light of a change in the applicable Fund policy) and 2003 to give effect under Section 11.3 of the Staff Retirement Plan (“SRP” or “Plan”) to a series of child support orders issued by German courts2 by deducting the support payments for Ms. “M” from the SRP pension benefits of Mr. “N”, a retired participant in the Plan.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

1. On February 13, 14 and 15, 2006, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Monetary Fund, composed of Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, President, and Judges Nisuke Ando and Michel Gentot, Associate Judges, met to adjudge the case brought against the International Monetary Fund by Mr. “O”, a former staff member of the Fund.