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    Publications du Département Afrique du FMI, 2009–15

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    2015

    • The East African Community: Quest for Regional Integration

    • Drummond, Paulo, S.K. Wajid et Oral Williams

    2014

    • The Mystery of Missing Real Spillovers in Southern Africa: Some Facts and Possible Explanations

    • Basdevant, Olivier, Andrew W. Jonelis, Borislava Mircheva et Slavi T. Slavov

    2013

    • Building a Common Future in Southern Africa

    • Mongardini, Joannes, Tamon Asonuma, Olivier Basdevant, Alfredo Cuevas, Xavier Debrun, Lars Holger Engstrom, Imelda M. Flores Vazquez, Vitaliy Kramarenko, Lamin Leigh, Paul R. Masson et Geneviève Verdier

    2012

    • Oil Wealth in Central Africa: Policies for Inclusive Growth

    • Coorey, Sharmini et Bernardin Akitoby

    2009

    • The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Département Afrique

    2009

    • Tanzania: The Story of an African Transition

    • Nord, Roger, Yuri Sobolev, David Dunn, Alejandro Hajdenberg, Niko Hobdari, Samar Maziad et Stéphane Roudet

    Documents du département Afrique

    15/6

    • Toward a Monetary Union in the East African Community: Asymmetric Shocks, Exchange Rates, and Risk-Sharing Mechanisms

    • Drummond, Paulo, Ari Aisen, C. Emre Alper, Ejona Fuli et Sebastien Walker

    15/5

    • Building Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Fragile States

    • Gelbard, Enrique, Corinne Délechat, Ejona Fuly, Mumtaz Hussain, Ulrich Jacoby, Dafina Mulaj, Marco Pani, Gustavo Ramirez et Rui Xu

    15/2

    • Sustaining More Inclusive Growth in the Republic of Congo

    • Hakura, Dalia, Adrian Alter, Matteo Ghilardi, Rodolfo Maino, Cameron McLoughlin et Maximilien Queyranne

    14/4

    • Mozambique Rising: Building a New Tomorrow

    • Ross, Doris, Victor Duarte Lledo, Alex Segura-Ubiergo, Yuan Xiao, Iyabo Masha, Alun H. Thomas et Keiichiro Inui

    14/3

    • The Mystery of Missing Real Spillovers in Southern Africa: Some Facts and Possible Explanations

    • Basdevant, Olivier, Andrew W Jonelis, Borislava Mircheva et Slavi T. Slavov

    14/2

    • Issuing International Sovereign Bonds: Opportunities and Challenges for Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Mecagni, Mauro, Jorge Iván Canales Kriljenko, Cheikh A. Gueye, Yibin Mu, Masafumi Yabara et Sebastian Weber

    14/1

    • Managing Volatile Capital Flows: Experiences and Lessons for Sub-Saharan African Frontier Markets

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    13/8

    • Mali: Achieving Strong and Inclusive Growth with Macroeconomic Stability

    • Josz, Christian

    13/7

    • Responding to Shocks and Maintaining Stability in the West African Economic and Monetary Union

    • Kolerus, Christina, Aleksandra Zdzienicka, Ermal Hitaj et Douglas J. Shapiro

    13/6

    • West African Economic and Monetary Union: Financial Depth and Macrostability

    • Imam, Patrick A. et Christina Kolerus

    13/5

    • Senegal: Financial Depth and Macrostability

    • Imam, Patrick A. et Christina Kolerus

    13/4

    • Senegal: Achieving High and Inclusive Growth While Preserving Fiscal Sustainability

    • Kireyev, Alexei et Gaston K. Mpatswe

    13/3

    • Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Macroeconomic Context

    • Mlachila, Montfort, Seok Gil Park et Masafumi Yabara

    13/2

    • Energy Subsidy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experiences and Lessons

    • Alleyne, Trevor et Mumtaz Hussain

    13/2

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    • Macroeconomic Vulnerabilities Stemming from the Global Economic Crisis: The Case of Swaziland

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    11/04

    • South Africa: Macro Policy Mix and Its Effects on Growth and the Real Exchange Rate—Empirical Evidence and GIMF Simulations

    • Canales-Kriljenko, Jorge Iván

    11/02

    • Measuring the Potential Output of South Africa

    • Klein, Nir

    11/01

    • 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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    10/02

    • Expenditure Composition and Economic Developments in Benin

    • Pani, Marco et Mohamed El Harrak

    10/01

    • Wage Policy and Fiscal Sustainability in Benin

    • Lundgren, Charlotte J.

    09/04

    • The Global Financial Crisis and Adjustments to Shocks in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda: A Balance Sheet Analysis Perspective

    • Masha, Iyabo

    09/03

    • Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Exchange Rates and Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Ben Ltaifa, Nabil, Stella Kaendera et Shiv Dixit

    09/02

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    • Drummond, Paulo et Gustavo Ramirez

    09/01

    • Foreign Exchange Reserve Adequacy in East African Community Countries

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    • The International Financial Crisis and Global Recession: Impact on the CEMAC Region and Policy Considerations

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    15/83

    • Do Resource Windfalls Improve the Standard of Living in Sub-Saharan African Countries?: Evidence from a Panel of Countries

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    15/49

    • Remittances and Macroeconomic Volatility in African Countries

    • Jidoud, Ahmat

    15/25

    • Harnessing Resource Wealth for Inclusive Growth in Fragile States

    • Delechat, Corinne, Will Clark, Pranav Gupta, Malangu Kabedi-Mbuyi, Mesmin Koulet-Vickot, Carla Macario, Toomas Orav, Manuel Rosales, Renee Tapsoba, Dmitry Zhdankin et Susan Yang

    15/17

    • Fiscal Policy Implications for Labor Market Outcomes in Middle-Income Countries

    • Stepanyan, Ara, et Lamin Leigh

    15/12

    • Revisiting teh Concept of Dollarization: The Global Financial Crisis and Dollarization in Low-Income Countries

    • Mwase, Nkunde, et Francis Y. Kumah

    14/241

    • Global Financial Transmission into Sub-Saharan Africa—A Global Vector Autoregression Analysis

    • Canales Kriljenko, Jorge Iván, Mehdi Hosseinkouchack et Alexis Meyer-Cirkel

    14/231

    • Safe Debt and Uncertainty in Emerging Markets: An Application to South Africa

    • Saxegaard, Magnus

    14/172

    • A Quality of Growth Index for Developing Countries: A Proposal

    • Mlachila, Montfort, Rene Tapsoba et Sampawende J.-A. Tapsoba

    14/159

    • Introducing a Semi-Structural Macroeconomic Model for Rwanda

    • Charry, Luisa, Pranav Gupta et Vimal Thakoor

    14/150

    • How Solid is Economic Growth in the East African Community?

    • Gigineishvili, Nikoloz, Paolo Mauro et Ke Wang

    14/149

    • Islamic Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Status and Prospects

    • Gelbard, Enrique, Mumtaz Hussain, Rodolfo Maino, Yibin Mu et Etienne B. Yehoue

    14/143

    • Africa Rising: Harnessing the Demographic Dividend

    • Drummond, Paulo, Vimal Thakoor et Shu Yu

    14/94

    • Does Openness Matter for Financial Development in Africa?

    • David, Antonio, Montfort Mlachila et Ashwin Moheeput

    14/51

    • Surging Investment and Declining Aid: Evaluating Debt Sustainability in Rwanda

    • Clark, Will et Birgir Arnason

    13/261

    • Natural Gas, Public Investment and Debt Sustainability in Mozambique

    • Melina, Giovanni et Yi Xiong

    13/250

    • Africa’S Rising Exposure to China: How Large Are Spillovers Through Trade?

    • Drummond, Paulo et Estelle X. Liu

    13/239

    • Money Targeting in a Modern Forecasting and Policy Analysis System: an Application to Kenya

    • Andrle, Michal, Andrew Berg, Enrico Berkes,

    • Rafael A Portillo, Jan Vlcek et R. Armando Morales

    13/237

    • The Investment-Financing-Growth Nexus: The Case of Liberia

    • Clark, Will et Manuel Rosales

    13/226

    • Making Monetary Policy More Effective: The Case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    • Fischer, Felix, Charlotte J. Lundgren et Samir Jahjah

    13/216

    • Fiscal Discipline in WAEMU: Rules, Institutions, and Markets

    • Hitaj, Ermal et Yasin Kursat Onder

    13/215

    • Inclusive Growth and Inequality in Senegal

    • Kireyev, Alexei

    13/201

    • Africa’s Got Work to Do: Employment Prospects in the New Century

    • Fox, Louise, Cleary Haines, Jorge Huerta Muñoz et Alun Thomas

    13/188

    • Resource Dependence and Fiscal Effort in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Thomas, Alun et Juan P. Treviño

    13/176

    • Benchmarking Structural Transformation Across the World

    • Dabla-Norris, Era, Alun H. Thomas, Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu et Yingyuan Chen

    13/173

    • Tax Administration Reform in the Francophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Fossat, Patrick et Michel Bua

    13/161

    • Financial Depth in the WAEMU: Benchmarking Against Frontier SSA Countries

    • Ahokpossi, Calixte, Kareem Ismail, Sudipto Karmakar et Mesmin Koulet-Vickot

    13/147

    • Investing Volatile Oil Revenues in Capital-Scarce Economies: An Application to Angola

    • Richmond, Christine, Irene Yackovlev et Shu-Chun Yang

    13/144

    • Fiscal Sustainability, Public Investment, and Growth in Natural Resource-Rich, Low-Income Countries: The Case of Cameroon

    • Samaké, Issouf, Priscilla Muthoora et Bruno Versailles

    13/139

    • Inclusive Growth: An Application of the Social Opportunity Function to Selected African Countries

    • Adedeji, Olumuyiwa, Huancheng Du et Maxwell Opoku-Afari

    13/116

    • Inclusive Growth and the Incidence of Fiscal Policy in Mauritius—Much Progress, But More Could be Done

    • David, Antonio et Martin Petri

    13/53

    • The Quality of the Recent High-Growth Episode in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Mlachila, Montfort et Marcelo Martinez

    13/51

    • Benchmarking Banking Sector Efficiency Across Regional Blocks in Sub-Saharan Africa: What Room for Policy?

    • Boutin-Dufresne, Francois, Santiago Peña, Oral Williams et Tomasz A. Zawisza

    13/39

    • Monetary Transmission Mechanism in the East African Community: An Empirical Investigation

    • Davoodi, Hamid, Shiv Dixit et Gabor Pinter

    13/34

    • Determinants of Bank Interest Margins in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Ahokpossi, Calixte

    13/32

    • Exchange Rate Liberalization in Selected Sub-Saharan African Countries: Successes, Failures, and Lessons

    • Mœhle, Nils, Haimanot Teferra et Armine Khachatryan

    13/31

    • Inward and Outward Spillovers in the SACU Area

    • Canales-Kriljenko, Jorge Iván, Farayi Gwenhamo et Saji Thomas

    13/12

    • Bond Markets in Africa

    • Mu, Yibin, Peter Phelps et Janet Stotsky

    12/290

    • Inequalities and Growth in the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) Region

    • Basdevant, Olivier, Dalmacio Benicio et Yorbol Yakhshilikov

    12/280

    • Striking an Appropriate Balance Among Public Investment, Growth, and Debt Sustainability in Cape Verde

    • Mu, Yibin

    12/272

    • The East African Community: Prospects for Sustained Growth

    • McAuliffe, Catherine, Sweta Saxena et Masafumi Yabara

    12/249

    • Financing Growth in the WAEMU through the Regional Securities Market: Past Successes and Current Challenges

    • Diouf, Mame Astou et Francois Boutin-Dufresne

    12/208

    • Exchange Rate and Foreign Interest Rate Linkages for Sub-Saharan Africa Floaters

    • Thomas, Alun

    12/196

    • A Financial Conditions Index for South Africa

    • Gumata, Nombulelo, Nir Klein et Eliphas Ndou

    12/177

    • Estimating the Implicit Inflation Target of the South African Reserve Bank

    • Klein, Nir

    12/160

    • Monetization in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

    • McLoughlin, Cameron et Noriaki Kinoshita

    12/148

    • The Relationship between the Foreign Exchange Regime and Macroeconomic Performance in Eastern Africa

    • Stotsky, Janet Gale, Olumuyiwa Adedeji, Manuk Ghazanchyan et Nils O. Maehle

    12/141

    • Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Sub-Saharan African Economies and its Determinants

    • Razafimahefa, Ivohasina Fizara

    12/136

    • Welfare Effects of Monetary Integration: The Common Monetary Area and Beyond

    • Asonuma, Tamon, Xavier Debrun et Paul R. Masson

    12/127

    • As You Sow So Shall You Reap: Public Investment Surges, Growth, and Debt Sustainability in Togo

    • Andrle, Michal, Antonio David, Raphael A. Espinoza, Marshall Mills et Luis-Felipe Zanna

    12/119

    • Tracking Short-Term Dynamics of Economic Activity in Low-Income Countries in the Absence of High-Frequency GDP Data

    • Opoku-Afari, Maxwell et Shiv Dixit

    12/108

    • Mobilizing Revenue in Sub-Saharan Africa: Empirical Norms and Key Determinants

    • Drummond, Paulo, Wendell Daal, Nandini Srivastava et Luiz E. Oliveira

    12/94

    • Monetary Policy in Low-Income Countries in the Face of the Global Crisis: The Case of Zambia

    • Baldini, Alfredo, Jaromir Benes, Andrew Berg, Mai Dao et Rafael Portillo

    12/93

    • Fiscal Policies and Rules in the Face of Revenue Volatility Within Southern Africa Customs Union Countries (SACU)

    • Basdevant, Olivier

    12/92

    • Real Wage, Labor Productivity, and Employment Trends in South Africa: A Closer Look

    • Klein, Nir

    12/73

    • Exchange Rate Volatility Under Peg: Do Trade Patterns Matter?

    • Lonkeng Ngouana, Constant

    12/32

    • Assessing Bank Competition within the East African Community

    • Sanya, Sarah et Matthew Gaertner

    12/20

    • Prudential Liquidity Regulation in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Rwanda

    • Sanya, Sarah, Wayne Mitchell et Angelique Kantengwa

    12/18

    • Capital Market Integration: Progress Ahead of the East African Community Monetary Union

    • Yabara, Masafumi

    12/7

    • International Reserves in Low-Income Countries: Have They Served as Buffers?

    • Cripolti, Valerio et George Tsibouris

    11/294

    • Inflation Differentials in the GCC: Does the Oil Cycle Matter?

    • Mohaddes, Kamiar et Oral Williams

    11/281

    • Effectiveness of Capital Controls in Selected Emerging Markets in the 2000s

    • Baba, Chikako et Annamaria Kokenyne

    11/280

    • How Costly Are Debt Crises?

    • Furceri, Davide et Aleksandra Zdzienicka

    11/275

    • Monetary Policy Transmission in Ghana: Does the Interest Rate Channel Work?

    • Kovanen, Arto

    11/274

    • Does Money Matter for Inflation in Ghana?

    • Kovanen, Arto

    11/273

    • On the Stability of Monetary Demand in Ghana: A Bounds Testing Approach

    • Dagher, Jihad et Arto Kovanen

    11/268

    • Oil-Price Boom and Real Exchange Rate Appreciation: Is There Dutch Disease in the CEMAC?

    • Treviño, Juan Pedro

    11/266

    • The Design of Fiscal Adjustment Strategies in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland

    • Basdevant, Olivier, Dalmacio Benicio, Borislava Mircheva, Joannes Mongardini, Geneviève Verdier, Susan Yang et Luis-Felipe Zanna

    11/246

    • Do Remittances Reduce Aid Dependency?

    • Kpodar, Kangni et Maelan Le Goff

    11/233

    • Determinants of Non-oil Growth in the CFA-Zone Oil Producing Countries: How Do They Differ?

    • Tabova, Alexandra et Carol L. Baker

    11/232

    • Inflation Dynamics in the CEMAC Region

    • Caceres, Carlos, Marcos Poplawski-Ribeiro et Darlena Tartari

    11/207

    • External Sustainability of Oil-Producing Sub-Saharan African Countries

    • Takebe, Misa et Robert C. York

    11/205

    • The Cyclicality of Fiscal Policies in the CEMAC Region

    • Mpatswe, Gaston K., Sampawende J. Tapsoba et Robert C. York

    11/204

    • South Africa: The Cyclical Behavior of the Markups and Its Implications for Monetary Policy

    • Klein, Nir

    11/202

    • Burkina Faso—Policies to Protect the Poor from the Impact

    • of Food and Energy Price Increases

    • Arze del Granado, Javier et Isabell Adenauer

    11/198

    • De Jure versus De Facto Exchange Rate Regimes in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Slavov, Slavi T.

    11/196

    • Financial Deepening, Property Rights and Poverty: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Singh, Raju Jan et Yifei Huang

    11/178

    • FDI from BRICs to LICs: Emerging Growth Driver?

    • Mlachila, Montfort et Misa Takebe

    11/176

    • Determinants of Interest Rate Pass-Through:

    • Do Macroeconomic Conditions and Financial Market

    • Structure Matter?

    • Gigineishvili, Nikoloz

    11/174

    • The Quest for Higher Growth in the WAEMU Region: The Role of Accelerations and Decelerations

    • Kinda, Tidiane et Montfort Mlachila

    11/172

    • Fiscal Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Lledo, Victor Duarte et Marcos Poplawski Ribeiro

    11/149

    • Post-Conflict Recovery: Institutions, Aid, or Luck?

    • David, Antonio, Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos et Marshall Mills

    11/104

    • Ghana: Will It Be Gifted, or Will It Be Cursed?

    • Aydin, Burcu

    11/102

    • Oil Spill(over)s: Linkages in Petroleum Product Pricing Policies in West African Countries

    • David, Antonio, Mohamed El Harrak, Marshall Mills et Lorraine Ocampos

    11/80

    • Feeling the Elephant’s Weight: The Impact of Côte d’Ivoire’s Crisis on WAEMU Trade

    • Egoumé-Bossogo, Philippe et Ankouvi Nayo

    11/73

    • ICT, Financial Inclusion, and Growth Evidence from African Countries

    • Andrianaivo, Mihasonirina et Kangni Kpodar

    11/69

    • Fiscal Sustainability and the Fiscal Reaction Function for South Africa

    • Burger, Philippe, Alfredo Cuevas, Ian Stuart et Charl Jooste

    11/64

    • Reviving the Competitive Storage Model: A Holistic Approach to Food Commodity Prices

    • Miao, Yanliang, Weifeng Wu et Norbert Funke

    11/59

    • Inflation Uncertainty and Relative Price Variability in

    • WAEMU

    • Fernandez Valdovinos, Carlos et Kerstin Gerling

    11/57

    • Modeling Inflation in Chad

    • Kinda, Tidiane

    11/48

    • Fiscal Expectations under the Stability and Growth Pact: Evidence from Survey Data

    • Poplawski-Ribeiro, Marcos et Jan-Christoph Rulke

    11/40

    • Growth in Africa under Peace and Market Reforms

    • Korbut, Olessia, Gonzalo Salinas et Cheikh A. Gueye

    11/20

    • Feeling the Elephant’s Weight: The Impact of Côte d’Ivoire’s Crisis on WAEMU Trade

    • Egoumé-Bossogo, Philippe et Nayo Ankouvi

    11/9

    • Capital Flows, Exchange Rate Flexibility, and the Real Exchange Rate

    • Kinda, Tidiane, Jean-Louis Combes et Patrick Plane

    10/292

    • Weathering the Global Storm: The Benefits of Monetary Policy Reform in the LA5 Countries

    • Canales-Kriljenko, Jorge Iván, Luis Ignacio Jácome, Ali Alichi et Ivan Luis de Oliveira Lima

    10/269

    • Export Tax and Pricing Power: Two Hypotheses on the Cocoa Market in Côte d’Ivoire

    • Kireyev, Alexei

    10/225

    • What Can International Cricket Teach Us About the Role

    • of Luck in Labor Markets?

    • Aiyar, Shekhar et Rodney Ramcharan

    10/217

    • Performance of Fiscal Accounts in South Africa in a Cross-Country Setting

    • Aydin, Burcu

    10/216

    • Cyclicality of Revenue and Structural Balances in South Africa

    • Aydin, Burcu

    10/210

    • Mother, Can I Trust the Government? Sustained Financial Deepening—A Political Institutions View

    • Quintyn, Marc et Geneviève Verdier

    10/195

    • Islamic Banking: How Has It Diffused?

    • Imam, Patrick A. et Kangni Kpodar

    10/191

    • A Macro Model of the Credit Channel in a Currency Union Member: The Case of Benin

    • Samaké, Issouf

    10/166

    • How Do International Financial Flows to Developing Countries Respond to Natural Disasters?

    • David, Antonio

    10/162

    • Exchange Rate Assessment for Sub-Saharan Economies

    • Aydin, Burcu

    10/148

    • Balance Sheet Vulnerabilities of Mauritius during a Decade of Shocks

    • Imam, Patrick A. et Rainer Koehler

    10/140

    • Beyond Aid: How Much Should African Countries Pay to Borrow?

    • Gueye, Cheikh A. et Amadou N.R. Sy

    10/136

    • Banking Efficiency and Financial Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Kablan, Sandrine

    10/132

    • FDI Flows to Low-Income Countries: Global Drivers and Growth Implications

    • Dabla-Norris, Era, Jiro Honda, Amina Lahrèche-Révil et Geneviève Verdier

    10/118

    • The Linkage between the Oil and Nonoil Sectors—A Panel VAR Approach

    • Klein, Nir

    10/115

    • Short- versus Long-Term Credit and Economic Performance: Evidence from the WAEMU

    • Kpodar, Kangni et Kodzo Gbenyo

    10/80

    • Budget Institutions and Fiscal Performance in Low-Income Countries

    • Dabla-Norris, Era, Richard Allen, Luis-Felipe Zanna, Tej Prakash, Eteri Kvintradze, Victor Duarte Lledo, Irene Yackovlev et Sophia Gollwitzer

    10/66

    • ICTEquipment Investment and Growth in Low- and Lower-Middle-Income Countries

    • Haacker, Markus

    10/58

    • The Real Exchange Rate and Growth Revisited: The Washington Consensus Strikes Back?

    • Berg, Andrew et Yanliang Miao

    10/49

    • Firm Productivity, Innovation, and Financial Development

    • Dabla-Norris, Era, Eramus Kersting et Geneviève Verdier

    09/274

    • Cyclical Patterns of Government Expenditures in

    • Sub-Saharan Africa: Facts and Factors

    • Lledo, Victor, Irene Yackovlev et Lucie Gadenne

    09/269

    • A Framework to Assess the Effectiveness of IMF Technical Assistance in National Accounts

    • Pastor, Gonzalo C.

    09/260

    • Improving Surveillance Across the CEMAC Region

    • Iossifov, Plamen, Noriaki Kinoshita, Misa Takebe, Robert C. York et Zaijin Zhan

    09/244

    • A Rule Based Medium-Term Fiscal Policy Framework for Tanzania

    • Kim, Daehaeng et Mika Saito

    09/227

    • Analyzing Fiscal Space Using the MAMS Model: An Application to Burkina Faso

    • Gottschalk, Jan, Vu Manh Le, Hans Lofgren et Kofi Nouve

    09/216

    • Determinants and Macroeconomic Impact of Remittances in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Singh, Raju Jan, Markus Haacker et Kyung-woo Lee

    09/215

    • São Tomé and Príncipe: Domestic Tax System and Tax Revenue Potential

    • Farhan, Nisreen

    09/192

    • The Gambia: Demand for Broad Money and Implications for Monetary Policy Conduct

    • Sriram, Subramanian S.

    09/182

    • Understanding the Growth of African Markets

    • Yartey, Charles Amo et Mihasonirina Andrianaivo

    09/180

    • Credit Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa—Sources, Risks, and Policy Responses

    • Iossifov, Plamen et May Y. Khamis

    09/155

    • Spillovers from the Rest of the World into Sub-Saharan African Countries

    • Drummond, Paulo, Flavio Nacif et Gustavo Ramirez

    09/148

    • In Search of Successful Inflation Targeting: Evidence from an Inflation Targeting Index

    • Miao, Yanliang

    09/146

    • Introducing the Euro as Legal Tender—Benefits and Costs of Eurorization for Cape Verde

    • Imam, Patrick A.

    09/115

    • The Macroeconomics of Scaling Up Aid: The Gleneagles Initiative for Benin

    • Mongardini, Joannes et Issouf Samaké

    09/114

    • Sub-Saharan Africa’s Integration in the Global Financial Markets

    • Deléchat, Corinne, Gustavo Ramirez, Smita Wagh, et John Wakeman-Linn

    09/113

    • Financial Deepening in the CFA Franc Zone: The Role of Institutions

    • Singh, Raju, Kangni Kpodar et Dhaneshwar Ghura

    09/107

    • Madagascar: A Competitiveness and Exchange Rate Assessment

    • Eyraud, Luc

    09/98

    • Understanding Inflation Inertia in Angola

    • Klein, Nir et Alexander Kyei

    09/75

    • Grants, Remittances, and the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate in Sub-Saharan African Countries

    • Mongardini, Joannes et Brett Rayner

    09/37

    • Dedollarization in Liberia—Lessons from Cross-Country Experience

    • Erasmus, Lodewyk, Jules Leichter et Jeta Menkulasi

    09/36

    • The Macroeconomic Impact of Scaled-Up Aid: The Case of Niger

    • Farah, Abdikarim, Emilio Sacerdoti et Gonzalo Salinas

    09/27

    • The Value of Institutions for Financial Markets: Evidence from Emerging Markets

    • Akitoby, Bernardin et Thomas Stratmann

    09/25

    • Why Isn’t South Africa Growing Faster? A Comparative Approach

    • Eyraud, Luc

    09/15

    • The Determinants of Commercial Bank Profitability in Sub-Saharan Africa

    • Flamini, Valentina, Calvin A. McDonald et Liliane Schumacher

    09/14

    • Bank Efficiency in Sub-Saharan African Middle-Income

    • Countries

    • Chen, Chuling

    09/11

    • 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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