- Doris Ross, Victor Lledo, Alex Segura-Ubiergo, Yuan Xiao, Iyabo Masha, Alun Thomas, and Keiichiro Inui
- Published Date:
- May 2014
Building a New Tomorrow
Doris C. Ross, Editor
© 2014 International Monetary Fund
Joint Bank-Fund Library
Mozambique rising: building a new tomorrow. – Washington, D.C.:
International Monetary Fund, 2014.
Includes bibliographical references.
1. Economic development – Mozambique. I. Ross, Doris C. II. International Monetary Fund.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and should not be reported as or attributed to the International Monetary Fund, its Executive Board, or the governments of any of its member countries.
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Doris C. Ross
Ganesh Rasagam, Michael Engman, Tugba Gurcanlar, and Eneida Fernandes
Alex Segura-Ubiergo, Marcos Poplawski-Ribeiro, and Christine Richmond
The authors acknowledge the valuable support of, and input and comments provided by, a number of colleagues at the IMF and the World Bank, especially David Robinson of the IMF’s African Department. The authors are grateful to Joanne Johnson of the IMF’s Communications Department for her skillful editing of the book and coordination of its production. They would like to thank Naly Carvalho, who provided research assistance, and Fausa Aliu and Adja Thiam, who provided secretarial assistance. The team has enjoyed close collaboration with the Mozambican authorities and representatives of the international community and of civil society in Maputo.
This book brings together material and analysis prepared by the IMF teams working under the supervision of Johannes Mueller and Doris Ross, both Assistant Directors in the IMF’s African Department, and includes insightful articles from World Bank colleagues. The team of authors includes:
Pedro Arlindo (World Bank)
Enrique Blanco Armas (World Bank)
Aniceto Bila (World Bank)
Michael Engman (World Bank)
Eneida Fernandes (World Bank)
Tugba Gurcanlar (World Bank)
Giovanni Melina (formerly IMF, now University of London)
Jan Joost Nijhoff (World Bank)
Ganesh Rasagam (World Bank)
Patrick Verissimo (World Bank)