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Front Matter

Author(s):
Karim Barhoumi, Larry Cui, Christine Dieterich, Nicolas End, Matteo Ghilardi, Alexander Raabe, and Sergio Sola
Published Date:
January 2016
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    African Deparment

    Make Investment Scaling-Up Work in Benin

    A Macro-Fiscal Analysis

    Karim Barhoumi, Qiang Cui, Christine Dieterich, Nicolas End, Matteo Ghilardi, Alexander Raabe, and Sergio Sola

    Copyright © 2016

    International Monetary Fund

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    Names: Barhoumi, Karim. | Cui, Qiang, 1976- | Dieterich, Christine. | End, Nicolas. | Ghilardi, Matteo F. | Raabe, Alexander. | Sola, Sergio. | International Monetary Fund. | International Monetary Fund. African Department.

    Title: Make investment scaling-up work in Benin: a macro-fiscal analysis / a staff team comprising Karim Barhoumi, Qiang Cui, Christine Dieterich, Nicolas End, Matteo Ghilardi, Alexander Raabe, Sergio Sola.

    Description: Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund, 2016. | At head of title: The African Department. | Includes bibliographical references.

    Identifiers: ISBN 978-1-51357-147-8 (paper)

    Subjects: LCSH: Public investments – Benin. | Benin – Economic conditions. | Economic development – Benin.

    Classification: LCC HC1010.Z9 P83 2016

    ISBN: 978-1-51357-147-8 (paper)

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    Acknowledgments

    The authors thank Domenico Fanizza for valuable comments and suggestions and assume responsibility for any remaining errors. Nadia Margevich provided excellent editorial assistance.

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