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January 2000
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World Economic and Financial Surveys

World Economic Outlook, October 2000 ($42.00; academic price: $35.00)

Working Papers ($10.00)

00/150: Should Subsidized Private Transfers Replace Government Social Insurance? Ralph Chami and Connel Fullenkamp

00/151: Population Aging and Global Capital Flows in a Parallel Universe, Robin Brooks

00/152: External Capital Structure: Theory and Evidence, Philip R. Lane and Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti

00/153: Chile’s Rapid Growth in the 1990s: Good Policies, Good Luck, or Political Change? Esteban Jadresic and Roberto Zahler

00/154: Capital Markets and External Current Accounts: What to Expect from the Euro, Jörg Decressin and Piti Disyatat

00/155: Determinants of Barter in Russia: An Empirical Analysis, Simon Commander, Irina Dolinskaya, and Christian Mumssen

00/156: Inside the Crisis: An Empirical Analysis of Banking Systems in Distress, Asli Demirgüç-Kunt, Enrica Detragiache, and Poonam Gupta

00/157: What Caused the 1991 Currency Crisis in India? Valeria Cerra and Sweta Chaman Saxena

00/158: Inflation Targeting Under Potential Output Uncertainty, Vactor Gaiduch and Benjamin Hunt

00/159: An Interest Rate Defense of a Fixed Exchange Rate? Robert P. Flood and Olivier Jeanne

00/160: The Russian Default and the Contagion to Brazil, Taimur Baig and Ilan Goldfajn

00/161: Technological Adaptation, Trade, and Growth, Alberto Chong and Luisa Zanforlin

00/162: Forecasting Inflation in Chile Using State-Space and Regime-Switching Models, Francisco Nadal-De Simone

00/163: Banks’ Reserve Management, Transaction Costs, and the Timing of Federal Reserve Intervention, Leonardo Bartolini, Giuseppe Bertola, and Alessandro Prati

00/164: The Impact of Tax and Welfare Policies on Employment and Unemployment in OECD Countries, Richard Disney

00/166: Health Care and Its Financing in Italy: Issues and Reform Options, Franco Reviglio

00/168: Does IMF Financing Result in Moral Hazard? Timothy Lane and Steven Phillips

00/169: Tales from Two Neighbors: Productivity Growth in Canada and the United States, Martin Cerisola and Jorge A. Chan-Lau

00/170: Fiscal Policy Through Time-Varying Tax Rates: If and How, Martin D. Kaufman

00/171: Pension Reform, Private Saving, and the Current Account in a Small Open Economy, Axel Schimmelpfennig

00/172: Good, Bad, or Ugly? On the Effects of Fiscal Rules with Creative Accounting, Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti

IMF Staff Country Reports ($15.00)

00/119: Czech Republic: Statistical Appendix

00/120: Islamic Republic of Iran: Recent Economic Developments

00/121: Azerbaijan Republic: Recent Economic Developments and Selected Issues

00/122: Tanzania: Statistical Annex 00/123: Cyprus: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

00/124: Austria: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

00/125: Ecuador: Selected Issues and Statistical Annex

00/126: Mali: Staff Report for the 2000 Article IV Consultation

00/127: Cambodia: 2000 Article IV Consultation and First Review Under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility: Staff Report; Public Information Notice Following Consultation; Statement by Cambodia’s Representative on IMF Executive Board

00/128: Mali: Selected Issues and Statistical Annex

00/129: Vanuatu: Recent Economic Developments

00/130: Malaysia: Statistical Appendix

00/131: Kyrgyz Republic: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix

00/132: Indonesia: Selected Issues

00/133: Indonesia: Statistical Appendix

00/134: Cambodia: Statistical Appendix

00/135: Cambodia: Selected Issues

00/136: Papua New Guinea: Staff Report for the 2000 Article IV Consultation and First Review Under Stand-By Arrangement; Statement by Staff Representative; Public Information Notice Following Consultation; Statement by Papua New Guinea Representative on the IMF Executive Board

00/137: Papua New Guinea: Recent Economic Developments

00/138: New Zealand: 2000 Article IV Consultation: Staff Report; Statement by Staff Representative; Public Information Notice Following Consultation; Statement by New Zealand’s Representatives at the IMF

00/139: New Zealand: Statistical Annex

00/140: New Zealand: Selected Issues

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