IMF-Supported Programs : Recent Staff Research
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- togglePart I. Design
- CHAPTER 1 Program Objectives and Program Success
- CHAPTER 2 IMF Programs and Growth: Is Optimism Defensible?
- CHAPTER 3 Do IMF-Supported Programs Boost Private Capital Inflows? The Role of Program Size and Policy Adjustment
- CHAPTER 4 Macroeconomic Adjustment in IMF-Supported Programs: Projections and Reality1
- CHAPTER 5 Fiscal Policy, Expenditure Composition, and Growth in Low-Income Countries
- togglePart II. Implementation
- CHAPTER 6 Efficiency and Legitimacy: Trade-Offs in IMF Governance
- CHAPTER 7 IMF Conditionality and Country Ownership of Adjustment Programs
- CHAPTER 8 Different Strokes? Common and Uncommon Responses to Financial Crises
- CHAPTER 9 Institutions, Program Implementation, and Macroeconomic Performance
- CHAPTER 10 What Determines the Implementation of IMF-Supported Programs?
- togglePart III. Effectiveness
- CHAPTER 11 International Bailouts, Moral Hazard, and Conditionality
- CHAPTER 12 Bedfellows, Hostages, or Perfect Strangers? Global Capital Markets and the Catalytic Effect of IMF Crisis Lending
- CHAPTER 13 Keeping Capital Flowing: The Role of the IMF
- CHAPTER 14 Long-Term Fiscal Developments and IMF Conditionality: Is There a Link?
- CHAPTER 15 Evaluating IMF-Supported Programs in the 1990s: The Importance of Taking Explicit Account of Stoppages