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Recent publications

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
January 2000
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Recent publications

Working Papers ($7.00)

00/64: Does “Grease Money” Speed Up the Wheels of Commerce?, Daniel Kaufmann and Shang-Jin Wei

00/65: Auction Quotas with a Foreign Duopoly, Ling Hui Tan

00/66: Central Banks’ Use of Derivatives and Other Contingent Liabilities: Analytical Issues and Policy Implications, Mario I. Blejer and Liliana Schumacher

00/67: Currency Crises: In Search of Common Elements, Jahangir Aziz, Francesco Caramazza, and Ranil Salgado

00/68: Banks and Monetary Shocks in Emerging Markets: How Far Can We Go With the “Credit View”?, Luis Catão and Sergio L. Rodriguez

00/69: Using Credit Ratings for Capital Requirements on Lending to Emerging Market Economies: Possible Impact of a New Basel Accord, Brieuc Monfort and Christian Mulder

00/70: Institutions Matter in Transition, but So Do Policies, Oleh Havrylyshyn and Ron van Rooden

00/71: Financial Market Spillovers in Transition Economies, Gaston Gelos and Ratna Sahay

00/72: Terms of Trade Shocks in Africa: Are They Short-Lived or Long-Lived? Paul Cashin and Catherine Pattillo

Policy Discussion Papers ($7.00)

00/2: Interventions in Banks During Banking Crises: The Experience of Indonesia, Charles Enoch

IMF Staff Country Reports ($15.00)

00/53: Bulgaria: Staff Report for the 1999 Article IV Consultation and Third Review Under the Extended Arrangement

00/54: Bulgaria: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

00/57: Israel: Staff Report for the 1999 Article IV Consultation

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