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IMF Papers on Policy Analysis and Assessment

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International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Published Date:
January 1998
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“Legal and Institutional Obstacles to Growth and Business in Russia.” by Elaine Buckberg [97/8]

“The Macroeconomic Impact of Privatization,” by George A. Mackenzie [97/9]

“Making a Currency Board Operational,” by Charles Enoch and Anne-Marie Gulde [97/10]

“Bank Soundness and Currency Board Arrangements: Issues and Experience,” by Veerathai Santiprabho [97/11]

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