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International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
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October 2011
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    Publications of the IMF African Department, 2009–11

    Books and Monographs
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    In the Wake of the Global Economic Crisis: Adjusting to Lower Revenue of the Southern African Customs Union in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland
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    Zimbabwe: Challenges and Policy Options after Hyperinflation
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    The Global Financial Crisis and Adjustments to Shocks in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda: A Balance Sheet Analysis Perspective
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    Spillover Effects and the East African Community: Explaining the Slowdown and the Recovery
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    Foreign Exchange Reserve Adequacy in East African Community Countries
    Drummond, Paulo, Aristide Mrema, Stephane Roudet, and Mika Saito
    Staff Position Notes

    The International Financial Crisis and Global Recession: Impact on the CEMAC Region and Policy Considerations
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    The Global Financial Crisis: Impact on WAEMU Member Countries and Policy Options
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    The Southern African Development Community’s Macroeconomic Convergence Program: Initial Performance
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    Mpatswe, Gaston K., Sampawende J. Tapsoba, and Robert C. York

    South Africa: The Cyclical Behavior of the Markups and Its Implications for Monetary Policy
    Klein, Nir

    Burkina Faso—Policies to Protect the Poor from the Impact of Food and Energy Price Increases
    Arze del Granado, Javier, and Isabell Adenauer

    De Jure versus De Facto Exchange Rate Regimes in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Slavov, Slavi T.

    Financial Deepening, Property Rights and Poverty: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
    Singh, Raju Jan, and Yifei Huang

    FDI from BRICs to LICs: Emerging Growth Driver?
    Mlachila, Montfort, and Misa Takebe

    Determinants of Interest Rate Pass-Through: Do Macroeconomic Conditions and Financial Market Structure Matter?
    Gigineishvili, Nikoloz

    The Quest for Higher Growth in the WAEMU Region: The Role of Accelerations and Decelerations
    Kinda, Tidiane, and Montfort Mlachila

    Fiscal Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Lledo, Victor Duarte, and Marcos Poplawski Ribeiro

    Post-conflict Recovery: Institutions, Aid, or Luck?
    David, Antonio, Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos, and Marshall Mills

    Ghana: Will It Be Gifted or Will It Be Cursed?
    Aydin, Burcu

    Oil Spill(over)s: Linkages in Petroleum Product Pricing Policies in West African Countries
    David, Antonio, Mohamed El Harrak, Marshall Mills, and Lorraine Ocampos

    Feeling the Elephant’s Weight: The Impact of Cote d’lvoire’s Crisis on WAEMU Trade
    Egoumé-Bossogo, Philippe, and Ankouvi Nayo

    ICT, Financial Inclusion, and Growth Evidence from African Countries
    Andrianaivo, Mihasonirina, and Kangni Kpodar

    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
    Fernandez Valdovinos, Carlos, and Kerstin Gerling

    Modeling Inflation in Chad
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    Growth in Africa under Peace and Market Reforms
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    Performance of Fiscal Accounts in South Africa in a Cross-Country Setting
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    Cyclicality of Revenue and Structural Balances in South Africa
    Aydin, Burcu

    Mother, Can I Trust the Government? Sustained Financial Deepening—A Political Institutions View
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    The Real Exchange Rate and Growth Revisited: The Washington Consensus Strikes Back?
    Berg, Andrew, and Yanliang Miao

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    A Framework to Assess the Effectiveness of IMF Technical Assistance in National Accounts
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    Improving Surveillance across the CEMAC Region
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    Analyzing Fiscal Space Using the MAMS Model: An Application to Burkina Faso
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    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
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    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
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