Economic and Financial Committee
Evaluating the Impact of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Extreme Inequality in South America.
Evaluating the dependence of developed economies on the developing world.
The Economic and Financial Committee, also known as ECOFIN is the second of the six committees of the United Nations General Assembly. It was formed when the UN was established after the Second World War in 1945.
ECOFIN focuses on the globalized economy and supports nations financially. ECOFIN discusses issues relating to economic growth and development, financing for development, sustainable development, human settlements, poverty eradication, globalization, and interdependence.
It also explores the groupings of nations such as the Least Developed Countries to encourage regional growth and support for all nations.