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International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
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October 2007
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    Publications du Département Afrique du FMI, 2003-07

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    07/212
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    07/209
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    07/194
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    07/180
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    07/158
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    07/155
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    07/99
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    07/98
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    07/90
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    07/40
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    07/38
    Impact of Remittances on Poverty and Financial Development in Sub-Saharan AfricaGupta, Sanjeev, Catherine Pattillo, and Smita Wagh
    07/34
    Fixed Exchange Rates and the Autonomy of Monetary Policy: The Franc Zone CaseVeyrune, Romain
    07/32
    Sources of Inflation in Sub-Saharan AfricaBarnichon, Régis, and Peiris, Shanaka
    06/303
    Assessing Competitiveness After Conflict: The Case of the Central African RepublicBakhache, Said, Mark Lewis, Kadima Kalonji, and Jean-Claude Nachega
    06/300
    A VAR Analysis of Kenya’s Monetary Policy Transmission Mechanism: How Does the Central Bank’s REPO Rate Affect the Economy?Cheng, Kevin C.
    06/236
    FEER for the CFA FrancAbdih, Yasser, and Charalambos Tsangarides
    06/208
    Economic Growth and Total Factor Productivity in NigerNachega, Jean-Claude and Thomson Fontaine
    06/193
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    06/185
    Oil and Growth in the Republic of CongoBhattacharya, Rina, and Dhaneshwar Ghura
    06/183
    Management of Oil Wealth Under the Permanent Income Hypothesis: The Case of Saõ Tomé and PríncipeSegura, Alonso
    06/150
    An Empirical Investigation of the Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Inflation in TanzaniaMwase, Nkunde
    06/140
    Exchange Rate Misalignment: An Application of the Behavioral Equilibrium Exchange Rate (BEER) to BotswanaIimi, Atsushi
    06/138
    Did Botswana Escape from the Resource Curse?Iimi, Atsushi
    06/132
    Determinants of Emigrant Deposits in Cape VerdeKarpowicz, Izabela
    06/115
    Excess Liquidity and the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy: Evidence from Sub-Saharan AfricaSaxegaard, Magnus
    06/91
    Distributional Effects of Oil Price Changes on Household Expenditures: Evidence from MaliKpodar, Kangni
    06/90
    What Is Fuzzy About Clustering in West Africa?Tsangarides, Charalambos G., and Mahvash Saeed Qureshi
    06/82
    Adopting Full Dollarization in Postconflict Economies: Would the Gains Compensate for the Losses in Liberia?Honda, Jiro, and Liliana Schumacher
    06/31
    Stylized Facts on Bilateral Trade and Currency Unions: Implications for AfricaTsangarides, Charalambos G., Pierre Ewenczyk, and Michael Hulej
    06/28
    Zimbabwe’s Export Performance: The Impact of the Parallel Market and Governance FactorsMuñoz, Sonia
    06/24
    Implications of Quasi-Fiscal Activities in GhanaChivakul, Mali, and Robert C. York
    06/15
    Suppressed Inflation and Money Demand in ZimbabweMuñoz, Sonia
    06/01
    Are Donor Countries Giving More or Less Aid?Gupta, Sanjeev, Catherine Pattillo, and Smita Wagh
    05/240
    Bank Efficiency and Competition in Low-Income Countries: The Case of UgandaHaunner, David, and Shanaka J. Peiris
    05/236
    Money Demand and Inflation in MadagascarNassar, Koffie
    05/221
    Fiscal Dominance and Inflation in the Democratic Republic of the CongoNachega, Jean-Claude
    05/195
    Sustaining Growth Accelerations and Pro-Poor Growth in AfricaPattillo, Catherine, Sanjeev Gupta, and Kevin Carey
    05/179
    The Macroeconomic Challenges of Scaling Up Aid to AfricaGupta, Sanjeev, Robert Powell, and Yongzheng Yang
    05/178
    How Useful Is Monetary Econometrics in Low-Income Countries? The Case of Money Demand and the Multipliers in RwandaHauner, David, and Gabriel Di Bella
    05/174
    Subordinated Levy Processes and Applications to Crude Oil OptionsKrichene, Noureddine
    05/172
    Inflation Targeting Lite in Small Open Economies: The Case of MauritiusPorter, Nathan, and James Y. Yao
    05/156
    Forestry Taxation in Africa: The Case of LiberiaSchwidrowski, Arnim, and Saji Thomas
    05/145
    Ten Years After the CFA Franc Devaluation: Progress Toward Regional Integration in the WAEMUvan den Boogaerde, Pierre, and Charalambos Tsangarides
    05/143
    Trade Integration in the East African Community: An Assessment for KenyaMcIntyre, Meredith A.
    05/58
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    05/47
    The Disconcerting Pyramids of Poverty and Inequality of Sub-Saharan AfricaLopes, Paulo Silva
    05/40
    The Composition of Capital Flows—Is South Africa Different?Ahmed, Faisal, Rabah Arezki, and Norbert Funke
    05/36
    Regional Trade Arrangements in Africa—Past Performance and the Way ForwardYang, Yongzheng, and Sanjeev Gupta
    05/35
    Tanzania’s Growth Process and Success in Reducing PovertyTreichel, Volker
    05/32
    A Simultaneous Equations Model for World Crude Oil and Natural Gas MarketsKrichene, Noureddine
    05/18
    Growth Empirics Under Model Uncertainty—Is Africa Different?Tsangarides, Charalambos
    05/17
    Competition and Efficiency in Banking—Behavioral Evidence from GhanaBuchs, Thierry D., and Johan Mathisen
    05/13
    Currency Crises in Developed and Emerging Market Economies—A Comparative Empirical TreatmentFontaine, Thomson
    04/238
    Local Financial Development and the Aid-Growth RelationshipNkusu, Mwanza, and Selin Sayek
    04/223
    Inflation and Monetary Pass-Through in GuineaBlavy, Rodolphe
    04/212
    Are There Negative Returns to Aid? A CommentNkusu, Mwanza
    04/198
    Growth and Convergence in WAEMU CountriesWane, Abdoul Aziz
    04/196
    Deriving Market Expectations for the Euro-Dollar Exchange Rate from Option PricesKrichene, Noureddine
    04/189
    Can Higher Reserves Help Reduce Exchange Rate Volatility?Hviding, Cetil, Michael Nowak, and Luca Antonio Ricci
    04/176
    Sources of Growth in Sub-Saharan AfricaTahari, Amor, Dhaneshwar Ghura, Bernardin Akitoby, and Emmanuel Brou Aka
    04/174
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    04/170
    Financing Uganda’s Poverty Reduction Strategy—Is Aid Causing More Pain Than Gain?Nkusu, Mwanza
    04/158
    Dimensions of Land Inequality and Economic DevelopmentErickson, Lennart, and Dietrich Vollrath
    04/130
    Zimbabwe—A Quest for a Nominal AnchorKovanen, Arto
    04/117
    On Fixed and Variable Fiscal Surplus RulesBasci, Erdem, Fatih M. Ekinci, and Murat Yulek
    04/114
    Sources of Growth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo—A Cointegration ApproachAkitoby, Bernardin, and Matthias Cinyabuguma
    04/83
    Angola’s Fragile StabilizationGasha, Jose Giancarlo, and Gonzalo Pastor
    04/80
    Political Instability and Growth—The Central African RepublicGhura, Dhaneshwar, and Benoit Mercereau
    04/68
    A Bayesian Approach to Model UncertaintyTsangarides, Charalambos
    04/49
    Aid and Dutch Disease in Low-Income Countries—Informed Diagnoses for Prudent PrognosesNkusu, Mwanza
    04/46
    Domestic Debt Markets in Sub-Saharan AfricaChristensen, Jakob
    04/40
    And Schumpeter Said, “This Is How Thou Shalt Grow”: The Further Quest for Economic Growth in Poor CountriesBeaugrand, Philippe
    04/30
    Fiscal Sustainability in Heavily Indebted Countries Dependent on Nonrenewable Resources—The Case of GabonNtamatungiro, Joseph
    04/26
    How Much Do Trading Partners Matter for Economic Growth?Arora, Vivek B., and Athanasios Vamvakidis
    04/25
    Rational Speculation, Financial Crises, and Optimal Policy ResponsesSurti, Jay
    04/7
    Fiscal Sustainability—The Case of EritreaYamauchi, Ayumu
    03/252
    Sources of Nominal Exchange Rate Fluctuations in South AfricaGottschalk, Jan, and Ashok Bhundia
    03/211
    Mauritius—Unemployment and the Role of InstitutionsMcDonald, Calvin, and James Y. Yao
    03/195
    Poverty and Social Impact Analysis—A Suggested FrameworkHossain, Shahabuddin M.
    03/186
    FDI Spillovers, Financial Markets, and Economic DevelopmentAlfaro, Laura, Areendam Chanda, Sebner Kalemli-Ozcan, and Selin Sayek
    03/178
    Potential Output and Total Factor Productivity Growth in Post-Apartheid South AfricaArora, Vivek B., and Ashok Bhundia
    03/175
    Debt Relief, Additionality, and Aid Allocation in Low-Income CountriesPowell, Robert
    03/167
    Diamond Smuggling and Taxation in Sub-Saharan AfricaOomes, Nienke, and Matthias Vocke
    03/125
    Modeling Stochastic Volatility with Application to Stock ReturnsKrichene, Noureddine
    03/118
    Welfare Implications of HIV/AIDSCrafts, Nicholas, and Markus Haacker
    03/109
    Stock Markets and the Real Exchange Rate—An Intertemporal ApproachMercereau, Benoit
    03/105
    Overshooting and Dollarization in the Democratic Republic of CongoBeaugrand, Philippe
    03/104
    Estimation of the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate for MalawiMathisen, Johan
    03/85
    Regional Impact of Côte d’Ivoire’s 1999-2000 Sociopolitical Crisis—An AssessmentDore, Ousmane, Benoit Anne, and Dorothy Engmann
    03/63
    Interest Rates, Credit Rationing, and Investment in Developing CountriesNkusu, Mwanza
    03/44
    Estimation of the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate for South AfricaMcDonald, Ronald, and Luca Ricci
    03/43
    Poverty and Social Analysis—Linking Macroeconomic Policies to Poverty Outcomes—Summary of Early ExperiencesRobb, Caroline
    03/42
    Taxation and Pricing of Petroleum Products in Developing Countries: A Framework for Analysis with Application to NigeriaHussain, Shahabuddin
    03/28
    The Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate of the Malagasy Franc—Estimation and AssessmentCady, John
    03/6
    Small African Stock Markets—The Case of the Lusaka Stock ExchangeMarone, Heloisa
    LIVRES ET MONOGRAPHIES
    2006
    Sub-Saharan Africa: Financial Sector ChallengesGulde, Anne-Marie, Catherine Pattillo, Jakob Christensen, Kevin Carey, and Smita Wagh
    Macroeconomic Challenges of Scaling Up Aid to AfricaGupta, Sanjeev, Robert Powell, and Yongzheng Yang
    Sustaining and Accelerating Pro-Poor Growth in AfricaPattillo, Catherine, Sanjeev Gupta, and Kevin Carey
    Regional Trade Arrangements in AfricaYang, Yongzheng, and Sanjeev Gupta
    2005
    “The ICT Sector and the Global Economy: Counting the Gains” in: The Global Information Technology Report 2004/05Haacker, Markus
    Lifting the Oil Curse: Improving Petroleum Revenue Management in Sub-Saharan AfricaBartxch, Ulrich, Milan Cuc, Menachem Katz, and Harinder Malothra
    The Macroeconomics of HIV/AIDSHaacker, Markus
    Mauritius: Challenges to Sustained GrowthSacerdoti, Emilio, Gamal El Masry, Padamia Khandelwal, and Yudong Yao
    Postconflict Economics in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from the Democratic Republic of the CongoClément, Jean A.P.

    En excluant le Zimbabwe, la croissance devrait être de 6,2 % en 2007. Sauf indication contraire, tous les indicateurs et chiffres figurant dans ce chapitre excluent le Zimbabwe.

    L’accélération du rythme des réformes observée ces dernières années, en vue d’améliorer le climat des affaires en Afrique, est présentée dans le rapport de la Banque mondiale intitulé Doing Business 2008 (Banque mondiale, 2007a).

    L’allégement au titre de l’IADM devrait être traité comme don et comme une réduction du service de la dette inscrite à l’échéancier, bien que cela n’apparaisse peut-être pas dans les données sur l’aide figurant au tableau AS20. La nomenclature des comptes budgétaires et extérieurs varie en fonction du système comptable de chaque pays (comptabilité d’engagement ou de caisse) et des modalités de transfert de la contribution du FMI à l’IADM entre la Banque centrale et les comptes budgétaires.

    Cf. FMI, 2007b; encadré 4.1 sur les relations financières entre la Chine et l’Afrique.

    Burundi, Gambie, Guinée, Guinée-Bissau, République Centrafricaine, République du Congo, République démocratique du Congo et Tchad. Cinq autres pays subsahariens (Comores, Côte d’Ivoire, Erythrée, Libéria et Togo) ont satisfait aux critères de revenu et d’endettement de l’initiative PPTE renforcée, sur la base des données de 2004, et pourraient bénéficier de l’allégement de dette.

    On trouvera dans FMI (2007b) une évaluation de la viabilité budgétaire à plus long terme des pays exportateurs de pétrole.

    Comme indiqué à la note 4, les données sur les subventions figurant dans les comptes budgétaires peuvent différer des données du tableau AS20.

    À partir de données d’enquête pour un échantillon de 19 pays à faible revenu, le Rapport de suivi mondial 2007 estime qu’une croissance de 1% du PIB va de pair avec un recul de 1,3% de la pauvreté extrême dans les pays à bas revenu. La pauvreté extrême touche la proportion de la population qui vit avec moins d’un dollar EU par jour.

    La viabilité budgétaire est la capacité permanente de l’État à financer les programmes souhaités, à assurer le service de la dette et à rester solvable.

    Selon Heller (2005), porter la part des prélèvements obligatoires à au moins 15 % du PIB devrait être un objectif minimum dans bien des pays. Mais cet objectif est peut-être ambitieux pour ceux qui sortent d’un conflit ou dont l’économie reste largement dominée par les activités de subsistance.

    Pour une analyse détaillée, voir Berg et al. (2007).

    Catherine Pattillo est l’auteur de cette partie.

    Voir FMI (2007a).

    Stanislaw Maliszewski est l’auteur de cette partie.

    L’exercice budgétaire va de juillet à juin.

    Les auteurs de cette partie sont Stella Kaendera et Wayne Mitchell.

    Les auteurs de cette section sont Robert Sharer et Alejandro Hajdenberg.

    La méthode de comptabilisation des dépenses prioritaires a été modifiée en 2005/06 lors de la mise en place de la MKUKUTA.

    À l’exception de 2005/06, où une grave sécheresse a entraîné un certain nombre de coupures d’électricité.

    L’auteur de cette partie est Dmitry Gershenson.

    Les données historiques de l’EAC–5 comprennent le Rwanda et le Burundi, qui ont adhéré en 2007.

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