- Mauro Mecagni, Juan Corrales, Jemma Dridi, Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu, Patrick Imam, Justin Matz, Carla Macario, Rodolfo Maino, Yibin Mu, Ashwin Moheeput, Futoshi Narita, Marco Pani, Manuel Rosales Torres, Sebastian Weber, and Etienne Yehoue
- Published Date:
- May 2015
Dollarization in Sub-Saharan Africa
Experience and Lessons
Mauro Mecagni, Juan Sebastian Corrales, Jemma Dridi, Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu, Patrick Imam, Justin Matz, Carla Macario, Rodolfo Maino, Yibin Mu, Ashwin Moheeput, Futoshi Narita, Marco Pani, Manuel Rosales, Sebastian Weber, and Etienne Yehoue
Joint Bank-Fund Library
Dollarization in Sub-Saharan Africa : experience and lessons / Mauro Mecagni … [et al.]. – Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2015.
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At head of title: African Department.
ISBN: 978-1-49836-847-6 (print)
1. Dollarization – Africa, Sub-Saharan. 2. Foreign exchange – Africa, Sub-Saharan. 3. Africa, Sub-Saharan – Economic policy. I. Mecagni, Mauro. II. International Monetary Fund. III. International Monetary Fund. African Department.
ISBN (paper): 978-1-49836-847-6
ISBN (PDF): 978-1-48431-980-2
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Recommended citation: Mecagni, Mauro, et al., Dollarization in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience and Lessons (Washington: International Monetary Fund, April 2015)
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The paper was prepared by a staff team led by Mauro Mecagni. The main contributors to Chapter 1 are Rodolfo Maino, Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu, Justin Matz, Futoshi Narita, Jemma Dridi, and Manuel Rosales. The main contributors to Chapter 2 are Juan Sebastian Corrales, Patrick Imam, Sebastian Weber, and Etienne Yehoue. The main contributors to Chapter 3 are Marco Pani, Carla Macario, Yibin Mu, and Ashwin Moheeput. The paper was prepared in the context of the activities of the African Department’s Financial Systems Network. The team wishes to thank Anne-Marie Gulde-Wolf for her encouragement and guidance at various stages of the project.