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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
June 2007
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    Últimos números publicados de la serie Occasional Papers del Fondo Monetario Internacional

    257. América Central: Crecimiento económico e integración, Dominique Desruelle y Alfred Schipke, compiladores. 2007.

    256. Moving to Greater Exchange Rate Flexibility: Operational Aspects Based on Lessons from Detailed Country Experiences, Inci Ötker-Robe y David Vávra, y un grupo de economistas del FMI. 2007

    255. Sovereign Debt Restructuring and Debt Sustainability: An Analysis of Recent Cross-Country Experience, Harald Finger y Mauro Mecagni. 2007.

    254. Country Insurance: The Role of Domestic Policies, Törbjörn Becker, Olivier Jeanne, Paolo Mauro, Jonathan D. Ostry y Romain Rancière. 2007.

    253. The Macroeconomics of Scaling Up Aid: Lessons from Recent Experience, Andrew Berg, Shekhar Aiyar, Mumtaz Hussain, Shaun Roache, Tokhir Mirzoev y Amber Mahone. 2007.

    252. Growth in the Central and Eastern European Countries of the European Union, Susan Schadler, Ashoka Mody, Abdul Abiad y Daniel Leigh. 2006.

    251. The Design and Implementation of Deposit Insurance Systems, David S. Hoelscher, Michael Taylor y Ulrich H. Klueh. 2006.

    250. Designing Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Low-Income Countries, Abebe Aemro Selassie, Benedict Clements, Shamsuddin Tareq, Jan Kees Martijn y Gabriel Di Bella. 2006.

    249. Official Foreign Exchange Intervention, Shogo Ishi, Jorge Iván Canales-Kriljenko, Roberto Guimarães y Cem Karacadag. 2006.

    248. Labor Market Performance in Transition: The Experience of Central and Eastern European Countries, Jerald Schiff, Philippe Egoumé-Bossogo, Miho Ihara, Tetsuya Konuki y Kornélia Krajnyák. 2006.

    247. Rebuilding Fiscal Institutions in Post-Conflict Countries, Sanjeev Gupta, Shamsuddin Tareq, Benedict Clements, Alex Segura-Ubiergo, Rina Bhattacharya y Todd Mattina. 2005.

    246. Experience with Large Fiscal Adjustments, George C. Tsibouris, Mark A. Horton, Mark J. Flanagan y Wojciech S. Maliszewski. 2005.

    245. Budget System Reform in Emerging Economies: The Challenges and the Reform Agenda, Jack Diamond. 2005.

    244. Monetary Policy Implementation at Different Stages of Market Development, preparado por un equipo de funcionarios dirigido por Bernard J. Laurens. 2005.

    243. América Central: Integración mundial y cooperación regional, Markus Rodlauer y Alfred Schipke, compiladores. 2005.

    242. Turkey at the Crossroads: From Crisis Resolution to EU Accession, preparado por un equipo de funcionarios dirigido por Reza Moghadam. 2005.

    241. The Design of IMF-Supported Programs, Atish Ghosh, Charis Christofides, Jun Kim, Laura Papi, Uma Ramakrishnan, Alun Thomas y Juan Zalduendo. 2005.

    240. Debt-Related Vulnerabilities and Financial Crises: An Application of the Balance Sheet Approach to Emerging Market Countries, Christoph Rosenberg, Ioannis Halikias, Brett House, Christian Keller, Jens Nystedt, Alexander Pitt y Brad Setser. 2005.

    239. GEM: A New International Macroeconomic Model, Tamim Bayoumi, con la colaboración de Douglas Laxton, Hamid Faruqee, Benjamin Hunt, Philippe Karam, Jaewoo Lee, Alessandro Rebucci e Ivan Tchakarov. 2004.

    238. Estabilización y reforma en América Latina: Perspectiva macroeconómica desde principios de los años noventa, Anoop Singh, Agnès Belaisch, Charles Collyns, Paula De Masi, Reva Krieger, Guy Meredith y Robert Rennhack. 2005.

    237. Sovereign Debt Structure for Crisis Prevention, Eduardo Borensztein, Marcos Chamon, Olivier Jeanne, Paolo Mauro y Jeromin Zettelmeyer. 2004.

    236. Lessons from the Crisis in Argentina, Christina Daseking, Atish R. Ghosh, Alun Thomas y Timothy Lane. 2004.

    235. A New Look at Exchange Rate Volatility and Trade Flows, Peter B. Clark, Natalia Tamirisa y Shang-Jin Wei, con la colaboración de Azim Sadikov y Li Zeng. 2004.

    234. Adopting the Euro in Central Europe: Challenges of the Next Step in European Integration, Susan M. Schadler, Paulo F. Drummond, Louis Kuijs, Zuzana Murgasova y Rachel N. van Elkan. 2004.

    233. Germany’s Three-Pillar Banking System: Cross-Country Perspectives in Europe, Allan Brunner, Jörg Decressin, Daniel Hardy y Beata Kudela. 2004.

    232. China’s Growth and Integration into the World Economy: Prospects and Challenges, Eswar Prasad, compilador. 2004.

    231. Chile: Policies and Institutions Underpinning Stability and Growth, Eliot Kalter, Steven Phillips, Marco A. Espinosa-Vega, Rodolfo Luzio, Mauricio Villafuerte y Manmohan Singh. 2004.

    230. Financial Stability in Dollarized Countries, Anne-Marie Gulde, David Hoelscher, Alain Ize, David Marston y Gianni De Nicoló. 2004.

    229. Evolution and Performance of Exchange Rate Regimes, Kenneth S. Rogoff, Aasim M. Husain, Ashoka Mody, Robin Brooks y Nienke Oomes. 2004.

    228. Capital Markets and Financial Intermediation in The Baltics, Alfred Schipke, Christian Beddies, Susan M. George y Niamh Sheridan. 2004.

    227. U.S. Fiscal Policies and Priorities for Long-Run Sustainability, Martin Mühleisen y Christopher Towe, compiladores. 2004.

    226. Hong Kong SAR: Meeting the Challenges of Integration with the Mainland, Eswar Prasad (compilador), y contribuciones de Jorge Chan-Lau, Dora Iakova, William Lee, Hong Liang, Ida Liu, Papa N’Diaye y Tao Wang. 2004.

    225. Rules-Based Fiscal Policy in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, Teresa Dában, Enrica Detragiache, Gabriel di Bella, Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti y Steven Symansky. 2003.

    224. Managing Systemic Banking Crises, preparado por un equipo de funcionarios dirigido por David S. Hoelscher y Marc Quintyn. 2003.

    223. Monetary Union Among Member Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, preparado por un equipo de funcionarios dirigido por Ugo Fasano. 2003.

    222. Informal Funds Transfer Systems: An Analysis of the Informal Hawala System, Mohammed El Qorchi, Samuel Munzele Maimbo y John F. Wilson. 2003.

    221. Deflation: Determinants, Risks, and Policy Options, Manmohan S. Kumar. 2003.

    220. Effects of Financial Globalization on Developing Countries: Some Empirical Evidence, Eswar S. Prasad, Kenneth Rogoff, Shang-Jin Wei y M. Ayhan Kose. 2003.

    219. Economic Policy in a Highly Dollarized Economy: The Case of Cambodia, Mario de Zamaroczy y Sopanha Sa. 2003.

    218. Fiscal Vulnerability and Financial Crises in Emerging Market Economies, Richard Hemming, Michael Kell y Axel Schimmelpfennig. 2003.

    217. Crisis financieras: Experiencia reciente y lecciones para América Latina, Charles Collyns y G. Russell Kincaid, compiladores. 2003.

    216. Is the PRGF Living Up to Expectations?—An Assessment of Program Design, Sanjeev Gupta, Mark Plant, Benedict Clements, Thomas Dorsey, Emanuele Baldacci, Gabriela Inchauste, Shamsuddin Tareq y Nita Thacker. 2002.

    215. Improving Large Taxpayers’ Compliance: A Review of Country Experience, Katherine Baer. 2002.

    214. Advanced Country Experiences with Capital Account Liberalization, Age Bakker y Bryan Chapple. 2002.

    213. The Baltic Countries: Medium-Term Fiscal Issues Related to EU and NATO Accession, Johannes Mueller, Christian Beddies, Robert Burgess, Vitali Kramarenko y Joannes Mongardini. 2002.

    212. Financial Soundness Indicators: Analytical Aspects and Country Practices, V. Sundararajan, Charles Enoch, Armida San José, Paul Hilbers, Russell Krueger, Marina Moretti y Graham Slack. 2002.

    211. Capital Account Liberalization and Financial Sector Stability, preparado por un equipo de funcionarios dirigido por Shogo Ishii y Karl Habermeier. 2002.

    210. IMF-Supported Programs in Capital Account Crises, Atish Ghosh, Timothy Lane, Marianne Schulze-Ghattas, Aleš Bulíř, Javier Hamann y Alex Mourmouras. 2002.

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