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Published Date:
April 2015
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    List of Country Abbreviations

    Antigua and Barbuda

    ATG

    Argentina

    ARG

    Bahamas

    BHS

    Barbados

    BRB

    Belize

    BLZ

    Bolivia

    BOL

    Brazil

    BRA

    Canada

    CAN

    Chile

    CHL

    Colombia

    COL

    Costa Rica

    CRI

    Dominica

    DMA

    Dominican Republic

    DOM

    Ecuador

    ECU

    El Salvador

    SLV

    Grenada

    GRD

    Guatemala

    GTM

    Guyana

    GUY

    Haiti

    HTI

    Honduras

    HND

    Jamaica

    JAM

    Mexico

    MEX

    Nicaragua

    NIC

    Panama

    PAN

    Paraguay

    PRY

    Peru

    PER

    St. Kitts and Nevis

    KNA

    St. Lucia

    LCA

    St. Vincent and the Grenadines

    VCT

    Suriname

    SUR

    Trinidad and Tobago

    TTO

    United States

    USA

    Uruguay

    URY

    Venezuela

    VEN

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    New Publications from the Western Hemisphere Department, April 2014–March 2015

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    WP/14/87

    Central Bank Financial Strength in Central America and the Dominican Republic

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    WP/14/115

    Labor Market Issues in the Caribbean: Scope to Mobilize Employment Growth

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    Does Modeling Appropriate Fiscal Targets and Optimal Consolidation Paths for Resource-Rich Countries:

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    WP/14/124

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    WP/14/125

    Debt, Growth and Natural Disasters: A Caribbean Trilogy

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    WP/14/154

    After the Boom—Commodity Prices and Economic Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean

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    WP/14/161

    Measuring External Risks for Peru: Insights from a Macroeconomic Model for a Small Open and Partially Dollarized Economy

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    WP/14/163

    Determinants of Banks’ Net Interest Margins in Honduras

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    WP/14/166

    Financial Inclusion, Growth and Inequality: A Model Application to Colombia

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    WP/14/167

    News and Monetary Shocks at a High Frequency: A Simple Approach

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    WP/14/204

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    WP/14/217

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    WP/15/10

    Corporate Financing Trends and Balance Sheet Risks in Latin America: Taking Stock of the Bon(d)anza

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    WP/15/13

    Governments’ Payment Discipline: The Macroeconomic Impact of Public Payment Delays and Arrears

    Cristina Checherita-Westphal, Alexander Klemm, and Paul Viefers

    WP/15/14

    Output Gap Uncertainty and Real-Time Monetary Policy

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    WP/15/26

    Drivers of Peru’s Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate: Is the Nuevo Sol a Commodity Currency?

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    WP/15/30

    Energy Subsidies in Latin America and the Caribbean: Stocktaking and Policy Challenges

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    WP/15/45

    Made in Mexico: Energy Reform and Manufacturing Growth

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    WP/15/77

    Investing in Emerging Markets: We Are Not in Kansas Anymore… Or Are We?

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