Journal Issue

IMF Papers on: Policy Analysis and Assessment

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Published Date:
January 1994
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Papers on Policy Analysis and Assessment, a new series of research papers, are intended to make staff work in the area of policy design available to a wide audience. A list of all PPAAs issued in 1993:4 follows. Papers may also be considered for inclusion in the journal.

“The World Market for Natural Gas: Macroeconomic and Financial Implications,” by Thomas P. Enger [93/15]

“Aspects of the Design of Financial Programs with the Adoption of Indirect Monetary Controls,” by R. Barry Johnston [93/16]

“Selective Government Interventions and Economic Growth: A Survey of the Asian Experience and Its Applicability to New Zealand,” by Jonathan D. Ostry [93/17]

“The Structural Crisis in the Swedish Economy: Role of Labor Markets,” by Ramana Ramaswamy [93/18]

“The Taxation of High Income Earners,” by Parthasarathi Shome [93/19]

“International Capital Transactions: Should They Be Restricted?” by Norman S. Fieleke [93/20]

An annual subscription to IMF Working Papers is available for US$200.00. It includes 12 monthly shipments and priority mail delivery. Requests should be made to:

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Inquiries about individual IMF Papers on Policy Analysis and Assessment should also be directed to the address above.

In statistical matter throughout this issue,

  • dots (…) indicate that data are not available;

  • a dash (—) indicates that the figure is zero or less than half the final digit shown, or that the item does not exist;

  • a single dot (.) indicates decimals;

  • a comma (,) separates thousands and millions;

  • “billion” means a thousand million, and “trillion” means a thousand billion;

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  • a stroke (/) is used between years (for example, 1993/94) to indicate a fiscal year or a crop year;

  • a colon (:) is used between a year and the number indicating a quarter within that year (for example, 1994:1);

  • components of tables may not add to totals shown because of rounding.

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