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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
The September 2008 issue examines key issues facing low-income countries, including how they should respond to high oil and food prices. Some African economies are now successfully attracting international investors and are seen as a new tier of "frontier" emerging markets. Separate articles look at problems of aid effectiveness, aid predictability, and aid fragmentation. Other articles include an account by Eswar S. Prasad and Raghuram G. Rajan of their new report on financial sector reforms in India; Martin Ravallion and Dominique van de Walle draw lessons on reducing poverty from Vietnam's agrarian reforms; Sanjeev Gupta and Shamsuddin Tareq make a strong case for sub-Saharan countries to mobilize their domestic revenue bases. In addition, Simon Willson profiles Beatrice Weder di Mauro, the first woman on Germany's Council of Economic Experts; and the outgoing IMF Chief Economic Simon Johnson talks about the new drivers of global growth-emerging markets.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Le numéro de septembre 2008 penche sur des questions importantes pour les pays à faible revenu, dont la réponse à apporter au niveau élevé des produits du pétrole et des denrées alimentaires. Certains pays d'Afrique parviennent aujourd'hui à attirer les investisseurs internationaux et sont considérés comme une nouvelle catégorie de pays « préémergents ». D'autres articles sont consacrés aux problèmes de l'efficacité de l'aide de développement, de sa prévisibilité et de sa fragmentation. Autres articles : un résumé par Eswar S. Prasad et Raghuram G. Rajan de leur nouveau rapport sur les réformes du secteur financier en Inde ; Martin Ravallion et Dominique van de Walle tirent les leçons des réformes agraires du Vietnam en ce qui concerne la réduction de la pauvreté ; Sanjeev Gupta et Shamsuddin Tareq exposent les raisons pour lesquelles les pays d'Afrique subsaharienne doivent renforcer leurs sources de revenus. En outre, Simon Willson dresse le portrait de Beatrice Weder di Mauro, première femme à siéger au conseil économique de l'Allemagne, et Simon Johnson, conseiller économique sortant du FMI, parle des nouveaux moteurs de la croissance économique : les marchés émergents.
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
The September 2008 issue examines key issues facing low-income countries, including how they should respond to high oil and food prices. Some African economies are now successfully attracting international investors and are seen as a new tier of "frontier" emerging markets. Separate articles look at problems of aid effectiveness, aid predictability, and aid fragmentation. Other articles include an account by Eswar S. Prasad and Raghuram G. Rajan of their new report on financial sector reforms in India; Martin Ravallion and Dominique van de Walle draw lessons on reducing poverty from Vietnam's agrarian reforms; Sanjeev Gupta and Shamsuddin Tareq make a strong case for sub-Saharan countries to mobilize their domestic revenue bases. In addition, Simon Willson profiles Beatrice Weder di Mauro, the first woman on Germany's Council of Economic Experts; and the outgoing IMF Chief Economic Simon Johnson talks about the new drivers of global growth-emerging markets.