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Author(s):
Raphael Espinoza, Ghada Fayad, and Ananthakrishnan Prasad
Published Date:
November 2013
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    Index

    • Abdalla, M., 49

    • Abreu, M., 32

    • Abu Dhabi 8, 10, 71, 146

      • financial markets 150, 151, 153, 155–7, 165

    • Acemoglu, D., 36

    • Agénor, P. R., 3

    • Al-Hamidy, A., 2

    • Al-Jasser, M., 2

    • Aghion, P., 86

    • aid 11, 166–7, 172–6

    • Ali, A. A. G., 18

    • Altman, E. I., 140

    • Anderson, R., 138

    • appreciation 40, 51, 54, 56, 114, 121

    • Araujo, J., 4

    • Arellano, M., 140, 141, 142

    • Artadi, E., 25, 33

    • asset prices 7–9, 17,113, 121–2, 134, 138, 145

    • Aten, B., 16, 19

    • Baele, L., 116

    • Bahrain 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10, 171

      • financial markets 149, 151, 153–5

      • fiscal policy 86, 88, 89, 94, 101–4, 108, 109

      • long-term growth 13–16, 18–29, 37

      • migration 41, 43–46, 48–9, 51–2

      • monetary policy 113–21, 133, 134

      • loans/stability 134–7, 146

      • spending, subsidies, and efficiency 65–6, 70–1

    • Baldwin-Edwards, M., 46

    • banks 2, 3, 7, 8–10, 22, 50, 65, 66, 78, 84, 108, 112–22, 131, 134–9, 141–3, 145–6, 149–65, 167–8, 170, 173

      • central 3, 8, 65, 112–16, 122, 131

      • credit 7, 112

      • commercial 8, 87, 84, 152, 154

      • distress 150, 160, 164

      • interconnectedness 149–65

      • lending 50, 120–1, 137

      • sector 8, 9, 120, 135, 145, 149–50, 153–4, 165

      • system 8–10, 113, 120, 134–5, 145, 149–50, 149–65

    • Barajas, A., 145

    • Barro, R., 25, 26, 30, 33, 35

    • Bercoff, J., 138

    • Bertola, G., 86

    • Billmeier, A., 35

    • Binder, M., 59

    • Blanchard, O., 91

    • Blundell, R., 140

    • Bond, S., 140, 141, 142

    • Bondt, G. de, 117

    • Bova, E., 115

    • Bover, O., 141

    • business cycle 91–2, 105, 138, 139, 143

    • capital:

      • adequacy ratios 9, 135, 140–1

      • depreciation 23, 31, 138

      • expenditure 89–98, 109, 114

      • human 15, 24–6, 29, 36, 54, 77

      • inflow 1, 9, 113

      • intensity 13, 23–4, 27, 67, 72

      • outflow 112, 115

      • physical 3, 15, 31, 33, 54, 170

      • public 73–5

      • stock 21–6, 29–30, 81

      • type 29–30, 56

    • capitalization 9, 135, 149–53

    • Carey, M., 140

    • Caselli, F., 23, 25, 29, 30

    • Cherif, R., 4

    • Christiano, L. J., 122, 123

    • Chu, C., 123, 145

    • Ciccarelli, M., 145

    • Cobham, D., 4

    • cointegration 26, 58, 115, 118

    • Collin-Dufresne, P., 138

    • commodities 7, 41, 76–7, 113, 122–5, 131–2, 131

    • competitiveness 6–7, 21, 40, 61

    • complementarity 29, 166, 170–2

    • consumption 9, 15, 17, 33, 35, 57, 58, 72–6, 83, 90, 108, 121, 123

    • contagion 9, 10, 149–50, 154, 156, 160–1, 165

    • convergence 2, 31–2, 59, 116

    • Corden, W. M., 53, 57

    • correlation 9–10, 36, 56, 59–60, 68, 91, 95, 104, 122–4, 141, 152–3, 172

    • CoVar 150, 158–64

    • countercyclical 8, 31, 86–8, 91, 102, 105, 110

    • credit risk 134, 136, 138–9, 143, 165

    • crisis:

      • Asian 139, 142, 176

      • global financial 4, 7–10, 89, 106, 108, 112, 115–16, 131, 134–5, 137, 149–53, 156, 159–61, 165–7

      • Greek 152

    • current account 3, 8

    • curse 6, 15, 28, 34, 37, 39, 40, 85, 110

    • D’Arcy, P., 138

    • determinants 4, 90, 167, 170

      • long-term growth 13, 15–16, 19, 31

      • migration 41, 56, 58, 60

      • financial stability 137–9, 142

    • Dhal, D., 139

    • Dhal, S. C., 138

    • Dibeh, G., 4

    • distress dependence 158–60

    • diversification 1, 91

      • long-term growth 14–15, 18, 20–1, 24

      • migration 40, 50, 60–1

      • spending, subsidies and efficiency 65–7, 70–2

    • Dixit, A., 51

    • Docquier, A., 44, 45

    • Doucouliagos, H., 36

    • Drehmann, M., 135

    • Duan, J. C., 138

    • Dubai 7, 9, 10, 51, 146

      • financial markets 150–8, 161, 165

    • Dutch disease 6, 21, 34, 40–1, 50, 54–5, 60–1

    • economic cycle 4, 87–8, 95, 102, 137, 159

    • econometric estimate 15, 92, 109

    • economic union 2

    • Edwards, S., 35

    • education 14–15, 19, 24–5, 31, 33, 45–7, 49, 65–6, 73–4, 77, 79, 83, 109, 174

    • Efron, B., 119

    • Eichenbaum, M., 122, 123

    • elasticity 21, 25, 31, 49, 54–5, 60, 62, 76–7, 83, 92–3, 100–4, 116–7, 131–3, 137, 176

    • electricity 70–1, 74, 77

    • employment 13, 16, 18, 25, 40–2, 45–50, 61, 66–7, 74, 79–84, 91, 121, 138–9

    • equipment 15, 29–30, 56

    • Espinoza, R., 34, 86, 116, 152

    • Europe 30, 45, 145, 149, 152, 158, 160–1

    • Evans, C. L., 122, 123

    • exchange rate 2–8, 35, 138, 140

      • fixed 90, 108, 112–32, 145, 176

      • real 6, 7, 40–1, 51, 53–4, 56–61

    • exports 3, 5–8, 13–14, 17–19, 26, 28, 32–5, 37, 40–1, 56–8, 60–1, 69–74, 83, 86–9, 113, 166, 168–72

      • hydrocarbon 19, 21, 52, 65, 72, 88–9

      • non-oil 40, 50–2, 60, 71

      • total 40, 50–1, 121, 169

    • exposure 7, 9, 134–5, 138, 145, 149–50, 160–1, 163

    • Fasano, U., 49, 89

    • FDI 11, 72, 166–7, 172, 176

    • Federici, D., 171

    • Feenstra, R., 29, 30

    • Felipe, J., 15

    • financial liberalization 34, 150

    • financial stability 137, 165

    • fiscal multiplier 90, 92, 101

    • fiscal policy 86, 95, 102

    • Fischer, S., 33

    • foreign aid 11, 166–7, 172–4

    • foreign workers 7, 13, 21, 40, 42, 45–6, 49, 53–5, 60–1, 83, 90, 139

    • Florax, R. J. G. M., 32

    • foreign direct investment 151, 170–1, 176

    • foreign reserves 87

    • Frankel, J., 2

    • Fuentes, R., 138

    • gas 4–5, 18, 21, 24, 71–3, 106

    • Gao, T., 171

    • Ghosh, A., 34

    • Giannetti, M., 171

    • Giorno, C., 91

    • Giovanni, J. di, 138

    • global crisis 7–10, 106, 108, 112, 115, 134, 149–50, 152, 156, 160–62, 165, 166–7

    • Goldstein, R., 138

    • Gould, D.M., 168

    • Goyal, R., 49

    • Grimard, F., 138

    • Groot, H. L. F. de, 32

    • Gross domestic product/GDP 2, 4, 6, 13–18, 20–3, 25–35, 37, 44–5, 50, 56, 69, 71, 74, 83–96, 100–101, 123–4, 131–2, 138, 139, 141–3, 145, 155–6, 167–8, 171, 173–5

    • growth, long-term 4, 6, 13, 15, 16, 20, 31, 77, 86

    • growth-accounting:

      • model 15

      • framework 15

      • literature 25, 31

      • exercise 15, 23, 25–6, 68

    • Gylfason, T., 60

    • Hakura, D., 31

    • Hall, R. E., 24

    • Hanson, M. S., 122, 130, 131, 133

    • Hasanov, F., 4

    • Head, K., 168

    • Heston, A., 16, 19

    • Hnatkovska, V., 34, 86

    • Hofmann, B., 116

    • Holtz-Eakin, D., 141

    • Hughes, J. P., 139

    • human development index 13, 19, 49

    • Hydrocarbon 18–21, 51, 88–9

    • Ilahi, N., 176

    • Ilzetzki, E., 90, 92, 95

    • Im, K., 58

    • IMF 4, 14, 16–20, 23–4, 26–8, 32, 51–2, 66, 78, 87, 92–4, 97, 107, 109–10, 113, 114, 123–5, 137, 138, 169

    • imports 2, 17, 35, 41–2, 53–4, 56–7, 60–1, 90, 109, 114–15, 123, 168–9

      • capital goods 29–30, 89, 114

      • and migration 60, 168

    • impulse response 92, 100, 102–3, 105, 118–19, 130–5, 144

    • incentive 7, 33, 44, 67, 72–3, 79–81, 171

    • inflation 32, 33

    • infrastructure 13, 19, 42, 44, 50, 56, 65, 67, 70, 74, 109

    • institutions 29–32, 35–7, 68, 83, 151, 173

      • credit 50, 66

      • financial 7, 10, 86, 149

      • government/political/legal 29, 113

      • quality of 15, 32, 34, 36, 70, 86

    • integration 1, 2, 3, 11, 26, 44, 152

    • interbank:

      • liquidity 8

      • market 8, 113, 159

      • rates 2, 115–21

    • interconnectedness 149–50, 158, 161, 165

    • interest rate 2, 78, 90, 92–3, 95, 112–18, 120–2, 134, 137–9, 141–3, 145, 173

      • ceiling/cap 116, 120, 134

      • domestic/local 8, 87, 112, 122

      • increase 8, 121–2, 132, 137, 142–5

      • policy 8, 113

    • inverse Ramsey model 67, 73–4

    • investment 3, 7–10, 14–17, 23–6, 29, 33, 86, 88–90, 94, 115, 121

      • companies 7, 10, 135, 146, 152–4

      • foreign 151, 170–1

      • non-oil 21, 25

      • oil 21, 25

      • public 67–76, 83, 88, 106

    • Islam, F., 88

    • Ivlevs, A., 171

    • Jacques, K., 139

    • Javorcik, B. S., 170

    • Johnson, S., 36

    • Jones, C. I., 24

    • Kao, C., 58

    • Kapiszewski, A., 42, 43

    • Keeton, W. R., 138, 145

    • Kent, C., 138

    • Khamis, M., 134, 154

    • Khan, M. S., 34

    • Kida, M., 145

    • Kose, M. A., 34, 86

    • Kugler, M., 170, 171

    • Kuwait 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8–11, 167, 171–3

      • financial markets 150, 151, 153–5

      • fiscal policy 87, 89, 94, 101–4, 106–7

      • long-term growth 13–14, 16, 18–25, 27–9, 33–4, 37

      • migration 43–6, 48–52

      • monetary policy 112–21, 133, 134

      • loans/stability 134–6, 146

      • spending, subsidies, and efficiency 65–6, 70–1, 73

    • Kwapil, C., 117

    • labor force 1, 4, 13–15, 30, 40–3, 170

      • female 42, 49, 79

      • foreign 1, 7, 13, 40, 43, 52, 80, 90, 139

      • growth of 41–2, 47, 54, 78

      • indigenous/national 40, 52, 139

      • education/skills of 15, 24, 29

    • Lee, H. Y., 35

    • Lee, J. W., 25

    • Leon, H., 34

    • Levin, A., 123, 145

    • Levine, R., 33, 138

    • Li, B., 4

    • Lin, F., 123, 145

    • linkage 1, 7, 10, 166–7

    • liquidity 7–8, 10, 86, 95, 112–13, 134–5, 151–2, 161, 165

    • Loayza, N., 34, 86

    • Love, I., 145

    • Lucas, R. E. B., 43

    • McCallum, J., 2

    • McDonald, R., 86

    • macroeconomic:

      • cycle 137

      • policy 4, 7, 29

      • stability 31, 33–4, 86–110, 170

    • Makdisi, S., 35

    • Mankiw, N. G., 31

    • Maquieira, C., 138

    • Melo, J., 171

    • Mendoza, E. G., 35, 90

    • migrant 15, 16, 24, 40–5, 52–7, 60, 81, 167–72

    • migration 1, 33, 40–5, 49–51, 54–7, 59–61, 166–8, 170–1

    • Miniane, J., 122, 130

    • Mizen, P., 116

    • money market 3, 112, 134

    • Montiel, P. J., 56

    • Mookerjee, R., 35

    • monetary policy 3, 8, 87, 90, 112–17, 121–5, 131–33

    • monetary union 1–4

    • mortgage 9–10, 74, 83

    • Mountford, A., 92

    • Mueller, C., 138

    • Mundell, R. A., 3, 90

    • Nakibullah, A., 88

    • Nandini, D., 36

    • Nannicini, T., 35

    • nationalization 42, 49–50, 61

    • natural resource 6, 17, 39, 85, 166

    • Neagu, C., 170

    • Newey, W., 141

    • Nigro, P., 139

    • Nijkamp, P., 33

    • nonperforming loans 9, 134–46

    • non-oil GDP 14, 18, 21–2, 26–8, 30, 33, 50, 56, 69, 87–9, 93, 95, 101–9, 130–3, 142–5, 174

    • non-oil growth 18, 21, 87–8, 93–4, 95, 100, 102–4, 106, 122, 143

    • Norman, V., 51

    • Offermanns, C. J., 59

    • oil revenues 14, 18, 20, 33, 52, 58, 60, 65, 67, 68, 71, 73–4, 78, 83, 88–9, 91, 100–1, 103, 132, 139

    • Oman 1, 2, 5, 171–2

      • financial markets 151, 153–5

      • fiscal policy 87, 89, 94, 101–4, 106, 108, 110

      • long-term growth 13–14, 16, 18–22, 24–29, 37

      • migration 40–6, 50–2

      • monetary policy 113–21, 123, 133–4

      • loans/stability 134, 135–7, 146

      • spending, subsidies, and efficiency 66–8, 71–2, 79

    • openness 29, 32, 33, 35, 56, 166

    • optimal policy 75

    • optimal taxation 67, 74

    • optimal spending 4

    • orthogonalization 100–5, 118–28, 141

    • outflow 41

    • Ozden, C., 170

    • Pallage, S., 172

    • Panel 1, 8, 9, 41, 58–9, 61, 76, 79, 81, 88, 90, 92–3, 95, 96, 98, 101, 117, 121–4, 128, 131–4, 137, 139–40, 144–5, 163, 167–8, 174

    • pass-through 113, 116–17, 120, 134

    • Peltonen, T. A., 9

    • Perotti, R., 91, 92

    • Pesaran, M. H., 58, 59

    • Phillips, S., 34

    • Plant, R., 43

    • Ploeg, F. van der 4, 34, 56, 86

    • Poelhekke, S., 34, 86

    • Poot, J., 33

    • Poplawski-Ribeiro, M., 4

    • Prasad, A., 34, 116, 152

    • private sector 6, 17, 40, 42, 45–9, 61, 65, 67, 70, 72, 74–5, 78–84, 90, 174

    • probability of default 150, 156, 159, 161

    • pro-cyclical 88, 92, 102–3, 110

    • productivity 6, 13, 15, 16, 23, 25, 27, 29, 33, 37, 54, 56, 68–9, 71, 75, 170

      • total factor 15, 25, 27, 29, 37, 69

    • Psacharopoulos, G., 24

    • public investment 67–70, 75, 76, 83, 88, 106

    • public sector 33, 42, 45–9, 53, 55, 67–8, 74, 78–80, 82–3, 90, 153

    • Qatar 1–2, 5, 8–9, 11, 13–16, 18–22, 24–6, 29, 32–4, 36–7, 40, 42–52, 65–6, 68, 70–3, 87, 89, 94, 101–4, 106–7, 113–21, 123, 133, 134–6, 146, 151–5, 171–3

    • Rajan, R., 138

    • Ramey, G., 34, 86

    • Ramey, V., 34, 86

    • Rapoport, H., 170, 171

    • Rauch, J. E., 168

    • real exchange rate 6–7, 40–1, 51, 53–4, 56–61

    • remittances 7, 11, 41–5, 51, 55–7, 59, 90, 166–8, 176

    • Renelt, D., 33

    • reserves 2, 3, 5, 8, 19, 65, 71, 73, 87, 112, 114, 121, 138

    • resource curse 6, 15, 28, 34, 37, 40, 110

    • Ricci, L. A., 35

    • Ries, J., 168

    • Rigobon, R., 35

    • rights 2, 31, 36

      • of migrants 41–3

    • Robe, M., 172

    • Rodriguez, F., 35

    • Rodrik, D., 35

    • Rogers, J. H., 122, 130

    • Romer, C., 92

    • Romer, D., 31, 91

    • Roodman, D., 141

    • Rose, A., 2

    • Rosen, H. S., 141

    • Ruhs, M., 44

    • Runkle, D. E., 130

    • Ruppert, E., 61

    • Rutledge, J. E., 4

    • Sachs, J. D., 6, 28, 33, 35

    • Sala-i-Martin, X., 25, 26, 31, 32, 33, 35, 73

    • Salas, V., 138

    • Sarel, M., 33

    • Saudi Arabia 1, 2, 5–6, 8–11, 167, 171–2

      • financial markets 149–61, 163–5

      • fiscal policy 87, 89, 93–4, 100–5, 109–10

      • long-term growth 13–29, 34, 36–7

      • migration 40–50

      • monetary policy 113–17, 133–34

      • loans/stability 134–6, 139, 146

      • spending, subsidies, and efficiency 65–68, 70–3, 78–9, 82

    • Saurina, J., 138

    • Scharler, J., 117

    • schooling 24–5, 28, 170

    • segmentation 41–2, 45, 49

    • Sellon, Jr, G., 117

    • Senhadji, A. 26, 34, 86, 134

    • Setser, B., 8

    • Shendy, R., 176

    • Shin, Y., 58, 59

    • Shrieves, R., 139

    • Siegel, D., 86

    • Sims, C., 122, 130

    • Smith, R., 56

    • Solow, R. M., 15, 31, 32

    • Sorge, M., 138

    • sovereign wealth fund 8, 9, 65, 152

    • Spatareanu, M., 170

    • Spilimbergo, A., 91

    • spillover 10–11, 71–2, 88, 132, 150, 152, 158, 160–1, 163–5, 166, 174–5

    • spending 4, 8, 17, 54, 56–8, 60–1, 65–8, 70, 74, 77–8, 83, 87–94, 95, 100–6, 108–10, 114, 130, 132–3, 141

      • boom 60–1

      • capital 90, 95, 109, 114

      • government/fiscal 4, 8, 56–60, 65–84, 88–95, 100–9, 123, 132–3

      • elasticity of 100–3, 131–3

    • stability 4, 9, 10, 31, 33–4, 67, 86–110, 132, 134–45, 159, 161, 163, 165, 170

    • stock market 7, 9–10, 115, 135, 139, 149, 150–3, 155

    • stress test 135, 137–8

    • structural 1, 4–7, 33, 42, 56, 61, 65, 91–2, 105, 122, 135, 153, 156, 166, 176

    • subsidies 7, 21, 51, 65, 67, 70–83, 114, 176

    • Sundaresan, S., 138

    • Summers, H. A. R., 16, 19

    • Swan, T. W., 31

    • Systemic 9–10, 138, 143, 149–50, 158–9, 162–5

    • taxes 17, 57, 67, 73–6, 78, 80, 83, 88–9, 91, 108–9

    • Tibshirani, R. J., 119

    • total factor productivity 15, 25, 27, 29–37, 69

    • trade 2–3, 11, 22, 29–32, 34–5, 37, 41, 51–6, 59, 61, 106, 114, 139, 142–3, 166–71, 177

      • international 2–3, 139, 142–3, 166–70, 175–6

      • non-traded goods 52–6, 61

      • openness 29, 32, 33, 35, 56

      • terms of 31–2, 34–5, 37, 56

    • transmission 7, 117, 121–2, 134, 152, 168, 176

    • Trinidade, V., 168

    • Ugur, M., 36

    • Uhlig, H., 92

    • Ulubasoglu, M. H., 36

    • unemployment 13, 41–2, 46, 47–50, 66, 79–84, 91, 138, 139

    • UAE, see United Arab Emirates

    • United Arab Emirates 1, 2, 5, 6, 9–11, 167, 170–3

      • financial markets 149–165

      • fiscal policy 87, 89, 93–4, 100–4, 106

      • long-term growth 13–14, 16, 18–30, 32, 36–7

      • migration 40, 43–5, 48, 50–2

      • monetary policy 113–17, 123, 133–4

      • loans/stability 134–6, 146

      • spending, subsidies, and efficiency 65–6, 69–71, 73–4

    • United Nations 13, 14, 16–19, 43–4

    • United Kingdom 28, 57, 65, 116, 160–1

    • United States 15, 115–16, 158, 160–1 169

    • VAR 8, 88–9, 91–2, 95, 100–2, 104–5, 108–10, 113, 116–18, 120–6, 131–3, 144–5

      • Annual data panel VAR 123–5

      • Quarterly data panel VAR 131

    • vector auto-regression, see VAR

    • Végh, C., 90, 92, 95, 109

    • Venables, A. J., 4, 56

    • volatility 9, 32, 34, 86–7, 104, 106, 110, 134, 150, 152–3, 156, 172

    • wage 26, 42–3, 45–9, 53–5, 65, 67, 70, 73–5, 78–83, 88, 90

      • disparities 42, 45–7, 78

    • Wang, Q., 89

    • Warner, A. M., 6, 28, 33, 35

    • Weil, D. N., 31

    • welfare 52, 54, 65–6, 76–7

    • Wijnbergen, S. van, 41, 57

    • Williams, O., 116, 152

    • Wilson, D. J., 29, 30

    • windfall 4, 40–1, 53–6, 58, 60–1, 64, 80, 83, 166

    • Woodford, M., 89, 90

    • workforce 43–4, 50, 170

    • World Bank 16, 25, 40, 66, 70, 167–8

    • Zanna, L.-F., 4

    • Zha, T., 130

    • Zicchino, L., 145

    • Ziemba, R., 8

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