- International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
- Published Date:
- May 2011
An Assessment of Private Sector Credit Evolution in the East African Community: The Candidates for a Region-Wide Reform Strategy for the Financial Sector,” The Bank of Uganda Staff Papers Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Kampala: Bank of Uganda).“
1997, “Was Prometheus Unbound by Chance? Risk Diversification and Growth,” Journal of Political Economy, 105, p. 709–51.
2009, “The Value of Institutions for Financial Markets: Evidence from Emerging Markets,” Working Paper 09/27 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2009, “Understanding Growth of African Financial Markets,” Working Paper 09/182 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2002, “On the Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment to Developing Countries: Is Africa Different?” World Development, Vol. 30, No. 1, p. 107–19.
Banque de France, 2006, «L’essor des marchés de la dette publique en Afrique sub-saharienne: le cas de l’UEMOA». Rapport annuel de la Zone franc 2006 (Paris: Banque de France).
Banque mondiale, 2007, “South Asia: Growth and Regional Integration” (Washington: The World Bank).
Banque mondiale, 2010, “Unfinished Business: Mobilizing New Efforts to Achieve the 2015 Millennium Development Goals” (Washington: The World Bank).
2010, “A New Data Set of Educational Attainment in the World, 1950–2010,” NBER Working Paper No. 15902, (Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research).
2008, “Regional Integration and Economic Growth: The Case of European Union,” Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 93–113.
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2007, The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries Are Failing and What Can Be Done About It (New York: Oxford University Press).
2011, “Capital Flows, Exchange Rate Flexibility, and the Real Exchange Rate,” Working Paper 11/9 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Commission on Growth and Development, 2008, “The Growth Report: Strategies for Sustained Growth and Inclusive Development” (Washington: The World Bank).
2007, “Sources of Growth in Rwanda and Benin Using Four Different Complementary Approaches,” paper presented atthe Workshop on Sector-Led Growth in Africa and Implications for Development (Dakar, Senegal: United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning).
2009, “Sub-Saharan Africa’s Integration in the Global Financial Markets,” Working Paper 09/114 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2008, Reaping the Benefits of Financial Globalization, IMF Occasional Paper 264 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2009, “Domestic Financial Development in Emerging Market Economies—Evidence and Implications,” ECB Occasional Paper Series, No. 102 (London: European Central Bank).
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1993, “Good Policy or Good Luck? Country Growth Performance and Temporary Shocks,” NBER Working Paper No. 4474 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research).
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An Evaluation of the Implementation and Impact of the EAC Customs Union.” Available via Internet: http://www.eac.int/customs/html.“
2008, “Estimating the Determinants of Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies: A Maximum Likelihood Disequilibrium Approach,” Bank of England Working Paper, No. 354 (London: Bank of England).
Fonds monétaire international, 2008b, Perspectives économiques régionales: Afrique subsaharienne (Washington, octobre).
Fonds monétaire international, à paraître, “Recent Experiences in Managing Capital Flows: Cross-Cutting Themes and Proposed Guidelines,” Strategy, Policy, and Review Department (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2011, “Assessing Banking Competition within the Eastern African Community,” unpublished manuscript (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2000, Social Issues in IMF-Supported Programs, IMF Occasional Paper 191 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2010, “The Non-Tariff Barriers in Trading within the East African Community,” Research Paper (Geneva: CUTS Geneva Resource Centre). Available via Internet: http://www.cuts-grc.org/
2011, “Mobile Money: The Economics of MPESA,” NBER Working Paper No. 16721 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research).
2007, “The Prospects for Sustained Growth in Africa: Benchmarking the Constraints,” Working Paper 07/52 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2002, “How Important Is the New Goods Margin in International Trade?” Staff Report 324 (Minnesota: Federal Reserve Bank of Minnesota).
Accelerating Implementation of Regional Trade and Transport Facilitation Instruments in Africa.” Available via Internet: http://www.eac.int/customs/html.“
à paraître, “The Great Retrenchment: International Capital Flows during the Global Financial Crisis” (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2007, “Why Doesn’t Africa Get More Equity Investment?” Working Paper No. 112 (Washington: Centre for Global Development).
2009, “Free Movement of Goods, Collection and Accounting of Customs Revenue in the Customs Union,” presentation (Kenya: Kenya Revenue Authority). Available via Internet: http://www.eac.int/customs/html.
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2006, “Trade Policy Reforms and Poverty in Kenya: Processes and Outcomes,” Background Paper (Geneva: CUTS Geneva Resource Centre). Available via Internet: http://www.cuts-grc.org/
forthcoming, “Exchange Rate Assessment in the East African Community,” IMF Working Paper (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2010, Emerging Africa: How 17 Countries are Leading the Way (Washington: Centre for Global Development).
2003, “Procyclical Government Spending in Developing Countries: The Role of Capital Market Imperfections,” unpublished (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
forthcoming, “Acceleration Growth, Increasing Public Spending, and Maintaining Macroeconomic Stability in Tanzania” (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2008, “Beyond Macroeconomic Stability: The Quest for Industrialization in Uganda,” Working Paper 08/231 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
2007, “Local Currency Debt Markets in the West African Economic and Monetary Union,” IMF Working Paper 07/256 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
forthcoming, “Exchange Rate and Foreign Interest Linkages for African Money Targeter,” IMF Working Paper (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Publications du Département Afrique du FMI, 2009–11
LIVRES ET MONOGRAPHIES
|The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Sub-Saharan Africa||African Department|
|Tanzania: The Story of an African Transition||Nord, Roger, Yuri Sobolev, David Dunn, Alejandro Hajdenberg, Niko Hobdari, Samar Maziad, and Stéphane Roudet|
DOCUMENTS DU DÉPARTEMENT AFRIQUE
|In the Wake of the Global Economic Crisis: Adjusting to Lower Revenue of the Southern African Customs Union in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland||Mongardini, Joannes, Dalmacio Benicio, Thomson Fontaine, Gonzalo C. Pastor, and Geneviève Verdier|
|Zimbabwe: Challenges and Policy Options after Hyperinflation||Kramarenko, V., Lars H. Engstrom, Genevieve Verdier, Gilda Fernandez, Stefan E. Oppers, Richard Hughes, James McHugh, Warren L. Coats|
|Expenditure Composition and Economic Developments in Benin||Pani, Marco, and Mohamed El Harrak|
|Wage Policy and Fiscal Sustainability in Benin||Lundgren, Charlotte J.|
|The Global Financial Crisis and Adjustments to Shocks in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda: A Balance Sheet Analysis Perspective||Masha, Iyabo|
|Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Exchange Rates and Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa||Ben Ltaifa, Nabil, Stella Kaendera, and Shiv Dixit|
|Spillover Effects and the East African Community: Explaining the Slowdown and the Recovery||Drummond, Paulo, and Gustavo Ramirez|
|Foreign Exchange Reserve Adequacy in East African Community Countries||Drummond, Paulo, Aristide Mrema, Stéphane Roudet, and Mika Saito|
NOTES DE POSITION DES SERVICES DU FMI
|The International Financial Crisis and Global Recession: Impact on the CEMAC Region and Policy Considerations||Wakeman-Linn, John, Rafael A. Portillo, Plamen Iossifov, and Dimitre Millkov|
|The Global Financial Crisis: Impact on WAEMU Member Countries and Policy Options||Mueller, Johannes, Irene Yackovlev, and Hans Weisfeld|
|The Southern African Development Community’s Macroeconomic Convergence Program: Initial Performance||Burgess, Robert|
|Berg, Andrew, Norbert Funke, Alejandro Hajdenberg, Victor Duarte Lledo, Rolando Ossowski, Martin Schindler, Antonio Spilimbergo, Shamsuddin Tareq, and Irene Yackovlev||Fiscal Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa in Response to the Impact of the Global Crisis|
DOCUMENTS DE TRAVAIL
|Feeling The Elephant’s Weight: The Impact of Côte d’Ivoire’s Crisis on WAEMU Trade||Egoumé-Bossogo, Philippe, and Ankouvi Nayo|
|ICT, Financial Inclusion, and Growth Evidence from African Countries||Andrianaivo, Mihasonirina, and Kangni Kangni|
|Fiscal Sustainability and the Fiscal Reaction Function for South Africa||Burger, Philippe, Alfredo Cuevas, Ian Stuart, and Charl Jooste|
|Reviving the Competitive Storage Model: A Holistic Approach to Food Commodity Prices||Miao, Yanliang, Weifeng Wu, and Norbert Funke|
|Inflation Uncertainty and Relative Price Variability in WAEMU Countries||Fernandez Valdovinos, Carlos, and Kerstin Gerling|
|Modeling Inflation in Chad||Kinda, Tidiane|
|Fiscal Expectations Under the Stability and Growth Pact: Evidence from Survey Data||Poplawski-Ribeiro, Marcos, and Jan-Christoph Rulke|
|Growth in Africa Under Peace and Market Reforms||Korbut, Olessia, Gonzalo Salinas, and Cheikh A. Gueye.|
|Capital Flows, Exchange Rate Flexibility, and the Real Exchange Rate||Kinda, Tidiane, Jean-Louis Combes, and Patrick Plane|
|Weathering the Global Storm: The Benefits of Monetary Policy Reform in the LA5 Countries||Canales Kriljenko, Jorge Iván, Luis Ignacio Jácome, Ali Alichi, and Ivan Luis de Oliveira Lima|
|What Can International Cricket Teach Us About the Role of Luck in Labor Markets?||Aiyar, Shekhar, and Rodney Ramcharan|
|Performance of Fiscal Accounts in South Africa in a Cross-Country Setting||Aydin, Burcu|
|Cyclicality of Revenue and Structural Balances in South Africa||Aydin, Burcu|
|Mother, Can I Trust the Government? Sustained Financial Deepening - A Political Institutions View||Quintyn, Marc, and Geneviève Verdier|
|Islamic Banking: How Has it Diffused?||Imam, Patrick A., and Kangni Kpodar|
|A Macro Model of the Credit Channel in a Currency Union Member: The Case of Benin||Samaké, Issouf|
|How Do International Financial Flows to Developing Countries Respond to Natural Disasters?||David, Antonio|
|Exchange Rate Assessment for Sub-Saharan Economies||Aydin, Burcu|
|Balance Sheet Vulnerabilities of Mauritius During a Decade of Shocks||Imam, Patrick A., and Rainer Koehler|
|Beyond Aid: How much Should African Countries Pay to Borrow?||Gueye, Cheikh A., and Amadou N.R. Sy|
|Banking Efficiency and Financial Development in Sub-Saharan Africa||Kablan, Sandrine|
|FDI Flows to Low-Income Countries: Global Drivers and Growth Implications||Dabla-Norris, Era, Jiro Honda, Amina Lahrèche-Révil, and Geneviève Verdier|
|The Linkage between the Oil and Nonoil Sectors—A Panel VAR Approach||Klein, Nir|
|Short- Versus Long-Term Credit and Economic Performance: Evidence from the WAEMU||Kpodar, Kangni, and Kodzo Gbenyo|
|10/80||Dabla-Norris, Era, Richard Allen, Luis-Felipe Zanna, Tej Prakash, Eteri Kvintradze, Victor Duarte Lledo, Irene Yackovlev, and Sophia Gollwitzer|
|Budget Institutions and Fiscal Performance in Low-Income Countries|
|ICT Equipment Investment and Growth in Low-and Lower-Middle-Income Countries||Haacker, Markus|
|The Real Exchange Rate and Growth Revisited: The Washington Consensus Strikes Back?||Berg, Andrew, and Yanliang Miao|
|Firm Productivity, Innovation, and Financial Development||Dabla, Norris, Eramus Kersting, and Genevieve Verdier|
|Cyclical Patterns of Government Expenditures in Sub-Saharan Africa: Facts and Factors||Lledo, Victor, Irene Yackovlev, and Lucie Gadenne|
|A Framework to Assess the Effectiveness of IMF Technical Assistance in National Accounts||Pastor, Gonzalo C.|
|Improving Surveillance Across the CEMAC Region||Iossifov, Plamen, Noriaki Kinoshita, Misa Takebe, Robert C. York, and Zaijin Zhan|
|A Rule Based Medium-Term Fiscal Policy Framework for Tanzania||Kim, Daehaeng, and Mika Saito|
|Analyzing Fiscal Space Using the MAMS Model: An Application to Burkina Faso||Gottschalk, Jan, Vu manh Le, Hans Lofgren, and Kofi Nouve|
|Determinants and Macroeconomic Impact of Remittances in Sub-Saharan Africa||Singh, Raju Jan, Markus Haacker, and Kyung-woo Lee|
|São Tomé and Príncipe: Domestic Tax System and Tax Revenue Potential||Farhan, Nisreen|
|The Gambia: Demand for Broad Money and Implications for Monetary Policy Conduct||Sriram, Subramanian S.|
|Understanding the Growth of African Markets||Yartey, Charles Amo, and Mihasonirina Andrianaivo|
|Credit Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa—Sources, Risks, and Policy Responses||Iossifov, Plamen, and May Y. Khamis|
|Spillovers from the Rest of the World into Sub-Saharan African Countries||Drummond, Paulo Flavio Nacif, and Gustavo Ramirez|
|In Search of Successful Inflation Targeting: Evidence from an Inflation Targeting Index||Miao, Yanliang|
|Introducing the Euro as Legal Tender—Benefits and Costs of Eurorization for Cape Verde||Imam, Patrick A.|
|The Macroeconomics of Scaling Up Aid: The Gleneagles Initiative for Benin||Mongardini, Joannes, and Issouf Samaké|
|Sub-Saharan Africa’s Integration in the Global Financial Markets||Deléchat, Corinne, Gustavo Ramirez, Smita Wagh, and John Wakeman-Linn|
|Financial Deepening in the CFA Franc Zone: The Role of Institutions||Singh, Raju, Kangni Kpodar, and Dhaneshwar Ghura|
|Madagascar: A Competitiveness and Exchange Rate Assessment||Eyraud, Luc|
|Understanding Inflation Inertia in Angola||Klein, Nir, and Alexander Kyei|
|Grants, Remittances, and the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate in Sub-Saharan African Countries||Mongardini, Joannes, and Brett Rayner|
|Dedollarization in Liberia—Lessons from Cross-country Experience||Erasmus, Lodewyk, Jules Leichter, and Jeta Menkulasi|
|The Macroeconomic Impact of Scaled-up Aid: The Case of Niger||Farah, Abdikarim, Emilio Sacerdoti, and Gonzalo Salinas|
|The Value of Institutions for Financial Markets: Evidence from Emerging Markets||Akitoby, Bernardin, and Thomas Stratmann|
|Why Isn’t South Africa Growing Faster? A Comparative Approach||Eyraud, Luc|
|The Determinants of Commercial Bank Profitability in Sub-Saharan Africa||Flamini, Valentina, Calvin A. McDonald, and Liliane Schumacher|
|Bank Efficiency in Sub-Saharan African Middle-Income Countries||Chen, Chuling|
|How Can Burundi Raise Its Growth Rate? The Impact of Civil Conflicts and State Intervention on Burundi’s Growth Performance||Basdevant, Olivier|