- Hamid Faruqee
- Published Date:
- April 2016
List of Country and Region Abbreviations
|CAPDR||Caribbean Commodity Exporters||Caribbean Tourism-Dependent||Central America||Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU)||LA6||South America|
Trinidad and Tobago
|Antigua and Barbuda|
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Antigua and Barbuda
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Region AbbreviationsEast Asia Pacific
EAPEurope and Central Asia
ECALatin America and the Caribbean
LACMiddle East and North Africa
List of Country AbbreviationsAntigua and Barbuda
PERSt. Kitts and Nevis
LCASt. Vincent and the Grenadines
SURTrinidad and Tobago
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New Publications from the Western Hemisphere Department, April 2014–March 2015
IMF Working Papers
Capital Inflows, Credit Growth, and Financial Systems
Deniz Igan; Zhibo Tan
Normalization of Global Financial Conditions: The Implications for Brazil
Delegated Portfolio Management, Benchmarking, and the Effects on Financial Markets
Deniz Igan; Marcelo Pinheiro
Financial Inclusion: Zooming in on Latin America
Era Dabla-Norris; Yixi Deng; Anna Ivanova; Izabela Karpowicz; D. Filiz Unsal; Eva VanLeemput ; Joyce Wong
Credit Expansion in Emerging Markets: Propeller of Growth?
Mercedes Garcia-Escribano; Fei Han
Domestic Market Integration and the Law of One Price in Brazil
Carlos Góes; Troy Matheson
External Devaluations: Are Small States Different?
Sebastian Acevedo Mejia; Aliona Cebotari; Kevin Greenidge; Geoffrey N. Keim
End of the Supercycle and Growth of Commodity Producers: The Case of Chile
Informality in Paraguay: Macro-Micro Evidence and Policy Implications
José P. Mauricio Vargas
Interest Rate Pass-Through in the Dominican Republic
Francesco Grigoli; José M. Mota
Explaining Inequality and Poverty Reduction in Bolivia
José P. Mauricio Vargas; Santiago Garriga
Inflation Dynamics and Monetary Policy in Bolivia
Alejandro D. Guerson
Impact of the New Financial Services Law in Bolivia on Financial Stability and Inclusion
Long-term Gain, Short-Term Pain: Assessing the Potential Impact of Structural Reforms in Chile
Corporate Investment in Emerging Markets: Financing vs. Real Options Channel
Delong Li; Nicolas E. Magud; Fabian Valencia
Flying to Paradise: The Role of Airlift in the Caribbean Tourism Industry
Sebastian Acevedo; Lu Han; Hye Sun Kim; Nicole Laframboise
A Closer Look at Sectoral Financial Linkages in Brazil I: Corporations’ Financial Statements
Izabela Karpowicz; Fabian Lipinsky; Jongho Park
Caribbean Energy: Macro-Related Challenges
Arnold McIntyre; Ahmed El-Ashram; Marcio Ronci; Julien Reynaud; Natasha Xingyuan Che; Ke Wang; Sebastian Acevedo Mejia; Mark Scott Lutz
Financial Stability and Interest-Rate Policy: A Quantitative Assessment of Costs and Benefits
Andrea Pescatori; Stefan Laseen
Understanding Corporate Vulnerabilities in Latin America
Carlos Caceres; Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos
Advancing Financial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean
Dyna Heng, Anna Ivanova, Rodrigo Mariscal, Uma Ramakrishnan, Joyce Cheng Wong
Selected Issues Papers
Ecuador: Assessment of Macro-Financial Stability
Svetlana Vtyurina; and Martin Saldias
Ecuador’s External Sector Assessment
Phil de Imus; Carlos Góes; Bin Grace Li; Ricardo Marto
Ecuador: Comparing Economic Effects of External Shocks, 2008–09 and 2014–15
The Pension System in Ecuador
Ricardo Fenochietto; Mauricio Soto
Fiscal Multipliers in Mexico
Trade and Financial Spillovers to Mexico
Juliana D. Araujo; Alexander Klemm
Corporate Vulnerabilities and Impact on the Real Economy
Julian Chow; Fabian Valencia
A Carbon Tax Proposal for Mexico
Strengthening Mexico’s Fiscal Framework
The Effects of FX Intervention in Mexico
Financial Deepening in Mexico
Alex Klemm and Alex Herman
Firm’s Access to Credit and Growth
Frederic Lambert; Diva Singh
Bank Lending and Competition in the Banking Sector
Frederic Lambert; Diva Singh
Uruguay: Boosting Growth Through Diversification