- Guy Debelle, Miguel Savastano, Paul Masson, and Sunil Sharma
- Published Date:
- October 1998
The Economic Issues Series
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Confronting Budget Deficits. 1996.
Fiscal Reforms That Work. C. John McDermott and Robert F. Wescott. 1996.
Transformations to Open Market Operations: Developing Economies and Emerging Markets. Stephen H. Axilrod. 1996.
Why Worry About Corruption? Paolo Mauro. 1997.
Sterilizing Capital Inflows. Jang-Yung Lee. 1997.
Why Is China Growing So Fast? Zuliu Hu and Mohsin S. Khan. 1997.
Protecting Bank Deposits. Gillian G. Garcia. 1997.
Deindustrialization—Its Causes and Implications. Robert Rowthorn and Ramana Ramaswamy. 1997.
Does Globalization Lower Wages and Export fobs? Matthew J. Slaughter and Phillip Swagel. 1997.
Roads to Nowhere: How Corruption in Public Investment Hurts Growth. Vito Tanzi and Hamid Davoodi. 1998.
Fixed or Flexible? Getting the Exchange Rate Right in the 1990s. Francesco Caramazza and Jahangir Aziz. 1998.
Lessons from Systemic Bank Restructuring. Claudia Dziobek and Ceyla Pazarbaşioğlu. 1998.
Inflation Targeting as a Framework for Monetary Policy. Guy Debelle, Paul Masson, Miguel Savastano, and Sunil Sharma. 1998.
Guy Debelle is Deputy Head, Economic Analysis, at the Reserve Bank of Australia. He wrote Working Paper 97/35 when he was an Economist in the IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department. He graduated from the University of Adelaide and holds a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Paul Masson is Senior Advisor in the IMF’s Research Department. He received his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. Before joining the IMF, he worked at the Bank of Canada and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Miguel Savastano is a Senior Economist in the IMF’s Research Department and received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Sunil Sharma, a Senior Economist in the Research Department of the IMF, holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University. Prior to joining the IMF, he was a member of the economics faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles.