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April 2008
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    Publications du Département Afrique du FMI, 2004–08

    LIVRES ET MONOGRAPHIES

    2008
    The CFA Franc Zone: Common Currency, Uncommon ChallengesGulde, Anne-Marie, and Charalambos Tsangarides, eds.
    Post-Stabilization Economics in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from MozambiqueClément, Jean A.P., and Shanaka J. Peiris, eds.
    2007
    Sub-Saharan Africa: Forging New Links with AsiaCarey, Kevin, Sanjeev Gupta, and Ulrich Jacoby
    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
    Post-Apartheid South Africa: The First Ten YearsNovak, Michael, and Luca Ricci, eds.
    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.

    DOCUMENTS DE TRAVAIL

    08/83
    Exchange Rate Assessment in a Resource-Dependent Economy: The Case of BotswanaDeléchat, Corinne, and Matthew Gaertner
    08/81
    High and Volatile Treasury Yields in Tanzania: The Role of Strategic Bidding and Auction MicrostructureAbbas, S. M. Ali, and Yuri Vladimirovich Sobolev
    08/80
    Are Diamonds Forever? Using the Permanent Income Hypothesis to Analyze Botswana’s Reliance on Diamond RevenueBasdevant, Olivier
    08/75
    Testing for Structural Breaks in Small SamplesAntoshin, Sergei, Andrew Berg, and Marcos Souto
    08/68
    Trade in the WAEMU: Developments and Reform OpportunitiesWeisfeld, Hans, and Manuela Goretti
    08/62
    Financial Development and Poverty Reduction: Can There Be a Benefit Without a Cost?Jeanneney, Sylviane Guillaumont, and Kangni Kpodar
    08/59
    What Makes Growth Sustained?Berg, Andrew, Jonathan Ostry, and Jeromin Zettelmeyer
    08/39
    Big Government, High Debt, and Fiscal Adjustment in Small StatesMedina Case, Stephanie, and Rui Ota
    08/36
    Terms of Trade Shocks and Economic RecoveryFunke, Norbert, Eleonora Granziera, and Patrick A. Iman
    08/34
    Where Did All the Aid Go? An Empirical Analysis of Absorption and SpendingAiyar, Shekhar, and Umal Ruthbah
    08/32
    The Determinants of Stock Market Development in Emerging EconomiesYartey, Charles Amo
    07/295
    Modeling Inflation for MaliDiouf, Mame Astour
    07/282
    An Estimated DSGE Model for Monetary Policy Analysis in Low-Income CountriesPeiris, Shanaka J., and Magnus Saxegaard
    07/253
    Optimal Taxation in the Forestry Sector in the Congo Basin: The Case of GabonMelhado, Oscar
    07/243
    Implications of Oil Inflows for Savings and Reserves Management in the CEMACDrummond, Paulo
    07/232
    Fiscal Reaction Functions in the CFA Zone: An Analytical PerspectiveAdedeji, Olumuyiwa, and Oral Williams
    07/213
    Inter-sectoral Linkages and Local Content in Extractive Industries and Beyond—The Case of São Tomé and PrincipeKleuh, Ulrich, Gonzalo Pastor, Alonso Segura, and Walter Zarate
    07/212
    Competitiveness in the CFA Franc ZoneRamirez, Gustavo, and Charalambos Tsangarides
    07/211
    What Drives China’s Growing Role in Africa?Wang, Jian-Ye
    07/209
    Stock Market Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Critical Issues and ChallengesYartey, Charles Amo, and Charles Komla Adjasi
    07/203
    Financial Deepening in Sub-Saharan Africa: Empirical Evidence on the Role of Creditor RightsMcDonald, Calvin, and Liliana Schumacher
    07/194
    Estimation of Equilibrium Exchange Rates in the WAEMU: A Robustness ApproachRoudet, Stephane, Magnus Saxegaard, and Charalambos Tsangarides
    07/180
    Monetary Policy Rules for Managing Aid Surges in AfricaAdam, Christopher, Stephen O’Connell, Edward Buffie, and Catherine Pattillo
    07/158
    The Common Monetary Area in Southern Africa: Shocks, Adjustment, and Policy ChallengesWang, Jian-Ye, Iyabo Maska, Kazuko Shirono, and Leighton Harris
    07/155
    Estimation of a Behavioral Equilibrium Exchange Rate Model for GhanaIossifov, Plamen, and Elena Loukoianova
    07/145
    Measuring the Effect of Foreign Aid on Growth and Poverty Reduction or the Pitfalls of Interaction VariablesPattillo, Catherine, J.J. Polak, and JoyDeep Roy
    07/137
    Trade Reform in the CEMAC: Developments and OpportunitiesMartijn, Jan-Kees, and Charalambos Tsangarides
    07/135
    An Oil and Gas ModelKrichene, Noureddine
    07/127
    The Role of Domestic Debt Markets in Economic Growth: An Empirical Investigation for Low-Income Countries and Emerging MarketsAbbas, S.M. Ali, and Jakob Christensen
    07/123
    Monetary Policy Transparency and Financial Market Forecasts in South AfricaArora, Vivek
    07/107
    Old Curses, New Approaches? Fiscal Benchmarks for Oil-Producing Countries in Sub-Saharan AfricaOlters, Jan-Peter
    07/99
    Lessons from High Inflation Episodes for Stabilizing the Economy in ZimbabweCoorey, Sharmini, Jens R. Clausen, Norbert Funke, Sònia Muñoz, and Bakar Ould-Abdallah
    07/98
    Central Bank Quasi-Fiscal Losses and High Inflation in Zimbabwe: A NoteMuñoz, Sònia
    07/90
    In Search of Equilibrium: Estimating Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates in Sub-Saharan African CountriesChudik, Alexander, and Joannes Mongardini
    07/40
    Do South-South Trade Agreements Increase Trade? Commodity-Level Evidence from COMESAMayda, Anna Maria, and Chad Steinberg
    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
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