- Paolo Mauro, Herve Joly, Ari Aisen, Emre Alper, Francois Boutin-Dufresne, Jemma Dridi, Nikoloz Gigineishvili, Tom Josephs, Clara Mira, Vimal Thakoor, Alun Thomas, and Fan Yang
- Published Date:
- August 2015
The African Department
Monitoring and Managing Fiscal Risks in the East African Community
Paolo Mauro, Hervé Joly, Ari Aisen, Emre Alper, Francois Boutin-Dufresne, Jemma Dridi, Nikoloz Gigineishvili, Tom Josephs, Clara Mira, Vimal Thakoor, Alun Thomas, and Fan Yang
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Monitoring and Managing Fiscal Risks in the East African Community/prepared by Paolo
Mauro … [et al.]. – Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2015.
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Includes bibliographical references.
1. East African Community. 2. East African Monetary Union 3. Fiscal risks I. Mauro, Paolo II. International Monetary Fund. III. International Monetary Fund. African Department. IV. Title: Monitoring and Managing Fiscal Risks in the East African Community. V. African departmental paper.
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The paper was prepared by a staff team led by Paolo Mauro (who also initiated this project) and Hervé Joly. The main contributors to Chapter 1 are Emre Alper, Jemma Dridi, Nikoloz Gigineishvili, and Fan Yang. The main contributors to Chapter 2 are Ari Aisen, Francois Boutin-Dufresne, Vimal Thakoor, and Alun Thomas. The main contributors to Chapter 3 are Tom Josephs (FAD) and Clara Mira. The team wishes to thank Roger Nord for his encouragement and guidance at various stages of the project, IMF resident representatives in East African Community countries for their assistance in getting information, as well as other IMF colleagues who provided useful comments and advice along the way. The main conclusions of this paper were presented to Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors or their representatives at a meeting of the Sectoral Council on Finance and Economic Affairs in November 2014; comments received from participants are gratefully acknowledged.