- International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
- Published Date:
- April 2006
Acemoglu, Daron, and JamesRobinson,2005, “Political Regimes, Institutions, Property Rights and Growth,” in Handbook of Economic Growth, ed. by P.Aghion and S.Durlauf (New York: Elsevier).
Acemoglu, Daron, SimonJohnson, and JamesRobinson,2001, “The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: An Empirical Investigation,” American Economic Review, Vol. 91 (December), pp. 1369–1401.
Adam, Christopher S, and David L.Bevan,2003, “Fiscal Deficits and Growth in Developing Countries” (unpublished; Oxford, United Kingdom: University of Oxford, Department of Economics). The original version of this paper was prepared for the Cornell/ISPE Conference on Public Finance and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, September7–9, 2001.
African Development Bank (AfDB), 2000, African Development Report 2000 (Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire).
Agbeyegbe, Terence, Janet G.Stotsky, and AsegedechWoldeMariam,2004, “Trade Liberalization, Exchange Rate Changes, and Tax Revenue in Sub-Saharan Africa,” IMF Working Paper No. 04/178 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Akitoby, Bernardin, and MatthiasCinyabuguma,2005, “Sources of Growth in the Democratic Republic of Congo: An Econometric Approach,” in Postconflict Economics in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, ed. by Jean A.P.Clément (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Ancharaz, Vinaye,2003, “Determinants of Trade Policy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Journal of African Economies, Vol. 12 (November), pp. 417–43.
Aron, Janine,2000, “Growth and Institutions: A Review of the Evidence,” The World Bank Research Observer, Vol. 15 (February), pp. 99–135.
Arora, Vivek, AshokBhundia, and GustavoBagattini,2002, “Potential Output and the Sources of Growth,” in South Africa: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 02/185 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Artadi, Elsa, and XavierSala-i-Martin,2003, “The Economic Tragedy of the XXth Century: Growth in Africa,” NBER Working Paper No. 9865 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press).
Audet, Denis,2003, “Structural Adjustment in Textiles and Clothing in the Post-ATC Trading Environment,” OECD Trade Policy Working Paper No. 4 (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development).
Badiane, Ousmane, DhaneshwarGhura, LouisGoreux, and PaulMasson,2002, “Cotton Sector Strategies in West and Central Africa,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2867 (Washington: World Bank).
Bagattini, Gustavo,2004, “Sources of Growth in Zambia,” in Zambia: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix, IMF Staff Country Report No. 04/100 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Baldacci, Emanuele, BenedictClements, SanjeevGupta, and QiangCui,2004, “Social Spending, Human Capital, and Growth in Developing Countries: Implications for Achieving the MDGs,” IMF Working Paper No. 04/217 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Baldacci, Emanuele, Arye L.Hillman, and Naoko C.Kojo,2004, “Growth, Governance, and Fiscal Policy Transmission Channels in Low-Income Countries,” European Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 20 (September), pp. 517–49. Also reprinted in Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy, ed. by SanjeevGupta, BenedictClements, and GabrielaInchauste (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Bates, Robert R.,2005, “Political Reform,” CID Working Paper No. 114 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Center for International Development).
Baunsgaard, Thomas, and MichaelKeen,2004, “Trade Revenue and (or?) Trade Liberalization,” September (unpublished; Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Berthelemy, Jean-Claude, and LudvigSoderling,2001, “The Role of Capital Accumulation, Adjustment and Structural Change for Economic Take-off: Empirical Evidence from African Growth Episodes,” World Development, Vol. 29 (February), pp. 332–43.
Bigsten, Arne, PaulCollier, StephanDercon, MarcelFafchamps, BernardGauthier, JanGunning, AbenaOduro, RemcoOostendorp, CatherinePattillo, MansSöderbom, FrancisTeal, and AlbertZeufack,2004, “Do African Manufacturing Firms Learn from Exporting?” Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 40 (February), pp. 115–41.
Block, Steven A.,2001, “Does Africa Grow Differently?” Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 65 (August), pp. 443–67.
Bosworth, Barry, and SusanCollins,2003, “The Empirics of Growth: An Update,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: 2, Brookings Institution, pp. 113–79.
Burnside, Craig, and DavidDollar,2000, “Aid, Policies and Growth,” American Economic Review, Vol. 90 (September), pp. 847–68.
Calamitsis, Evangelos A., AnupamBasu, and DhaneshwarGhura,1999, “Adjustment and Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa,” IMF Working Paper No. 99/51 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Carrère, Celine,2004, “African Regional Agreements: Impact on Trade With or Without Currency Unions,” Journal of African Economies, Vol. 13 (June), pp. 199–239.
Cheng, Kevin,2004, “Growth Performance in Kenya During 1980–2004,” in Kenya: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix, IMF Country Report No. 04/418 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Clements, Benedict J., Hong-SangJung, and SanjeevGupta,2003, “Real and Distributive Effects of Petroleum Price Liberalization: The Case of Indonesia,” IMF Working Paper No. 03/204 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Clements, Benedict, RinaBhattacharya, and Tuan QuocNguyen,2004, “External Debt, Public Investment, and Growth in Low-Income Countries,” in Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy, ed. by SanjeevGupta, BenedictClements, and GabrielaInchauste (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Collier, Paul, and Jan WillemGunning,1999, “Explaining African Growth Performance,” Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 37 (March), pp. 64–111.
Collier, Paul, and StephenO’Connell,2004, “Growth in Africa: Opportunities, Syndromes and Episodes,” presented at African Policy Institutes Forum, Harare, Zimbabwe, November15–16.
Diankov, Simeon,2003, “Courts,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 118 (May), pp. 453–517.
Diankov, Simeon, Rafael LaPorta, FlorencioLopez–de Silanes, and AndreiShleifer,2002, “The Regulation of Entry,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 117 (February), pp. 1–37.
Dollar, David,1992, “Outward-Oriented Developing Countries Really Do Grow More Rapidly: Evidence from 95 LDCs, 1976–1985,” Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 40 (April), pp. 523–44.
Easterly, William, and RossLevine,1997, “Africa’s Growth Tragedy: Policies and Ethnic Divisions,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 112 (November), pp. 1203–50.
Easterly, William, and DavidRoodman,2004, “Aid, Policies, and Growth: Comment,” American Economic Review, Vol. 94 (June), pp. 774–80.
Ebrill, Liam, JanetStotsky, and ReintGropp,1999, Revenue Implications of Trade Liberalization, IMF Occasional Paper No. 180 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Edwards, Sebastian,1992, “Trade Orientation, Distortions, and Growth in Developing Countries,” Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 39, pp. 31–58.
Elbadawi, Ibrahim A.,1997, “The Impact of Regional Trade and Monetary Schemes on Intra-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade,” in Regional Integration and Trade Liberalization in Sub-Saharan Africa, ed. by AdemolaOyejide, IbrahimElbadawi, and PaulCollier (London: Palgrave Macmillan).
Erasmus, Louis, and LucaRicci,2002, “An Analysis of Economic Growth in Swaziland,” in Swaziland: Selected Issues and Statistical Appendix, IMF Staff Country Report No. 02/353 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Falvey, Rodney,1979, “The Composition of Trade within Import-restricted Product Categories,” Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 87, pp. 1105–14.
Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), 2004, “Cotton: Impact of Support Policies on Developing Countries—A Guide to Contemporary Analysis,” FAO Trade Policy Technical Notes, No. 1 (Geneva).
François, Joseph, and DeanSpinanger,2001, “With Rags to Riches but Then What?” paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, June27–29.
Frankel, Jeffrey A., and DavidRomer,1999, “Does Trade Cause Growth?” American Economic Review, Vol. 89 (June), pp. 379–99.
Ghura, Dhaneshwar,2004, “Sources of Economic Growth, 1970–2003,” in Republic of Congo: Selected Issues, IMF Country Report No. 04/175 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Gupta, Sanjeev, Hamid R.Davoodi, and Erwin R.Tiongson,2002, “Corruption and the Provision of Health Care Services,” in Governance, Corruption, and Economic Performance, ed. by George T.Abed and SanjeevGupta (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Gupta, Sanjeev, BenedictClements, EmanueleBaldacci, and CarlosMulas-Granados,2004, “Fiscal Policy, Expenditure Composition, and Growth in Low-Income Countries,” in Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy, ed. by SanjeevGupta, BenedictClements, and GabrielaInchauste (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Gupta, Sanjeev, BenedictClements, and GabrielaInchauste, eds., 2004, Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Haacker, Marcus,2004, “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Government Finance and Public Services,” in The Macroeconomics of HIV/AIDS, ed. by MarkusHaacker (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Hausmann, Ricardo, LantPritchett, and DaniRodrik,2004, “Growth Accelerations,” NBER Working Paper No. 10566 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press).
Hinkle, Lawrence E., and MauriceSchiff,2004, “Economic Partnership between Sub-Saharan Africa and the EU: A Development Perspective,” World Economy, Vol. 9 (September), pp. 1321–33.
Hoeffler, Anke E.,2002, “The Augmented Solow Model and the African Growth Debate,” Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 64, pp. 135–58.
Hummels, David,2001, “Time as a Trade Barrier” (unpublished; West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University).
International Monetary Fund, 2002, “How Do Industrial Country Agricultural Policies Affect Developing Countries?” in World Economic Outlook, September 2002 (Washington).
International Monetary Fund, 2003, World Economic Outlook: Growth and Institutions, April 2003 (Washington).
Jebuni, Charles D.,1997, “Trade Liberalization and Regional Integration in Africa,” in Regional Integration and Trade Liberalization in Sub-Saharan Africa, Vol. 1, ed. by AdemolaOyejide, IbrahimElbadawi, and PaulCollier (Hourdmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Macmillan Press Ltd.; New York: St. Martin’s Press).
Johnson, Simon, and ArvindSubramanian,2005, “Aid, Governance, and the Political Economy: Growth and Institutions” (unpublished; Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Jonsson, Gunnar, and ArvindSubramanian,2000, “Dynamic Gains from Trade: Evidence from South Africa,” IMF Working Paper No. 00/45 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Kaufman, Daniel, AartKraay, and PabloZoido-Lobaton,1999, “Governance Matters,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2196 (Washington: World Bank).
Keen, Michael, and AlejandroSimone,2004, “Tax Policy in Developing Countries: Some Lessons from the 1990s and Some Challenges Ahead,” in Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy, ed. by SanjeevGupta, BenedictClements, and GabrielaInchauste (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Khandelwal, Padamja,2004, “COMESA and SADC: Prospects and Challenges for Regional Trade Integration,” IMF Working Paper No. 04/227 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Khattry, Barsha, and MohanRao,2002, “Fiscal Faux Pas? An Analysis of the Revenue Implications of Trade Liberalization,” World Development, Vol. 30 (August), pp. 1431–44.
Kowalski, P.,2004, Impact of Changes in Tariffs on Developing Countries’ Government Revenue, TD/TC/WP(2004)29/Rev1 (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development).
Lane, Christopher,2002, “Trade and Openness Policies in Nigeria,” in Nigeria: Selected Issues, IMF Country Report No. 02/371 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Lukonga, Inutu,2000, “Experience With Trade Liberalization,” in Malawi: Selected Issues, IMF Country Report No. 00/281 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Mattoo, Aaditya, DeveshRoy, and ArvindSubramanian,2002, “The Africa Growth and Opportunity Act and Its Rules of Origin: Generosity Undermined?” IMF Working Paper 02/158 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Mengistae, Taye, and CatherinePattillo,2004, “Export Orientation and Productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa,” IMF Staff Papers, Vol. 51, pp. 327–53.
Mikkelsen, Jan,2005, “Sources of Growth and Sustainability,” in Uganda: Selected Issues, IMF Country Report (Washington: International Monetary Fund, forthcoming).
Mlachila, Montford, and YongzhengYang,2004, “The End of Textiles Quotas: A Case Study of the Impact on Bangladesh,” IMF Working Paper 04/108 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Nordas, Hildegunn Kyvik,2004, “The Global Textile and Clothing Industry Post the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing,” WTO Discussion Papers, No. 5 (Geneva: World Trade Organization).
Nsengiyumva, Fabien,2004, “Sources of Economic Growth in Benin,” in Benin: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report No. 04/370 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Nsouli, Saleh M., RoubenAtoian, and AlexMourmouras,2004, “Institutions, Program Implementation, and Macroeconomic Performance,” IMF Working Paper 04/184 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
O’Connell, Stephen A.,2004, “Explaining African Economic Growth: Emerging Lessons from the Growth Project,” revised version of a paper presented at the AERC Plenary Session, Nairobi, May29.
O’Connell, Stephen A., and BennoNdulu,2000, “Africa’s Growth Experience: A Focus on Sources of Growth” (unpublished; Washington: World Bank).
Olken, Benjamin, and BenjaminJones,2004, “Do Leaders Matter? National Leadership and Growth since World War II,” Harvard University Working Paper (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University).
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2004, Impact of Changes in Tariffs on Developing Countries’ Government Revenue, TD/TC/WP(2004)29/Rev1 (Paris).
Pattillo, Catherine, HelenePoirson, and LucaRicci,2002, “External Debt and Growth,” IMF Working Paper 02/69 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Pattillo, Catherine, SanjeevGupta, KevinCarey, ElenaDuggar, DmitriyKovtun, BrieucMonfort, CharalambosTsangarides, SmitaWagh, and YongzhengYang,2005, “Sustaining Growth in Africa,” IMF Working Paper (Washington: International Monetary Fund, forthcoming).
Randall, Ruby,2005, “Growth in The Gambia: A Case Study of Non-Sustained Adjustment, 1981–2003,” in The Gambia: Selected Issues, IMF Staff Country Report, (Washington: International Monetary Fund, forthcoming).
Reinhart, Carmen, and IoannisTokatlidis,2003, “Financial Liberalization: The African Experience,” Journal of African Economies, Vol. 12 (Supplement 2), pp. 53–88.
Rodrik, Dani, and FranciscoRodríguez,2001, “Trade Policy and Economic Growth: A Skeptic’s Guide to the Cross-National Evidence,” in NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2000, ed. by BenBernanke and Kenneth S.Rogoff (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press).
Sachs, Jeffrey D., and AndrewWarner,1995, “Economic Reform and the Process of Global Integration,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: 1, Brookings Institution, pp. 1–118.
Sachs, Jeffrey D., and AndrewWarner,1997, “Sources of Slow Growth in African Economies,” Journal of African Economies, Vol. 6 (October), pp. 335–76.
Sala-i-Martin, Xavier, GernotDoppelhofer, and Ronald I.Miller,2004, “Determinants of Long-Term Growth: A Bayesian Averaging of Classical Estimates (BACE) Approach,” American Economic Review, Vol. 94 (September), pp. 813–35.
Sambanis, Nicholas,2001, “Do Ethnic and Nonethnic Civil Wars Have the Same Causes? A Theoretical and Empirical Inquiry (Part I),” Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 45 (June), pp. 259–82.
Sharer, Robert,1999, “Trade: An Engine of Growth for Africa,” Finance and Development, Vol. 36 (December), pp. 26–29.
Subramanian, Arvind, and NataliaTamirisa,2001, “Africa’s Trade Revisited,” IMF Working Paper 01/33 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Subramanian, Arvind, EnriqueGelbard, RichardHarmsen, KatrinElbergh-Woytek, and PiroskaNagy,2000, Trade and Trade Policy in Eastern and Southern Africa, Occasional Paper No. 196 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Tahari, Amor, DhaneshwarGhura, BernardinAkitoby, and EmmanuelBrou Aka,2004, “Sources of Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa,” IMF Working Paper 04/176 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Tanzi, Vito, and Hamid R.Davoodi,2002, “Corruption, Public Investment, and Growth,” in Governance, Corruption, and Economic Performance, ed. by George T.Abed and SanjeevGupta (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Tsangarides, Charalambos G.,2005, “Growth Empirics Under Model Uncertainty: Is Africa Different?” IMF Working Paper 05/18 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
UN Economic Commision for Africa (ECA), 2004,Assessing Regional Integration in Africa (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia).
U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), 2004, Textiles and Apparel: Assessment of the Competitiveness of Certain Foreign Suppliers to the U.S. Market,” Investigation No. 332–448, USITC Publication 3671 (Washington).
Wacziarg, Romain, and Karen HornWelch,2003, “Trade Liberalization and Growth: New Evidence,” NBER Working Paper No. 10152 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT).
Wane, Abdoul Aziz,2004, “Growth and Convergence in WAEMU Countries,” IMF Working Paper 04/198 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
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World Bank, 2001, “Memorandum of the President of the International Development Association to the Executive Directors on a Regional Integration Assistance Strategy for West Africa,” Report No. 22520—AFR (Washington).
World Bank, 2003a, “Memorandum of the President of the International Development Association to the Executive Directors on a Regional Integration Assistance Strategy for Central Africa,” Report No. 25328 (Washington).
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Yang, Yongzheng, and SanjeevGupta,2005, “Regional Trade Initiatives in Africa: The Way Forward,” IMF Working Paper 05/36 (Washington: International Monetary Fund).
Publications of the IMF African Department, 2003–05
|The Disconcerting Pyramids of Poverty and Inequality||Lopes, Paulo Silva|
|of Sub-Saharan Africa|
|The Composition of Capital Flows—Is South Africa Different?||Ahmed, Faisal, Rabah Arezki, and|
|Regional Trade Arrangements in Africa—Past Performance||Yang, Yongzheng, and Sanjeev|
|and the Way Forward||Gupta|
|Tanzania’s Growth Process and Success in Reducing Poverty||Treichel, Volker|
|A Simultaneous Equations Model for World Crude Oil and||Krichene, Noureddine|
|Natural Gas Markets|
|Growth Empirics Under Model Uncertainty—Is Africa Different?||Tsangarides, Charalambos|
|Competition and Efficiency in Banking—Behavioral Evidence||Buchs, Thierry D., and Johan|
|Currency Crises in Developed and Emerging Market||Fontaine, Thomson|
|Economies—A Comparative Empirical Treatment|
|Local Financial Development and the Aid-Growth Relationship||Nkusu, Mwanza, and Selin Sayek|
|Inflation and Monetary Pass-Through in Guinea||Blavy, Rodolphe|
|Capital Inflows, Sterilization, and Commercial Bank||Christensen, Jakob|
|Speculation—The Case of the Czech Republic in the Mid-1990s|
|Are There Negative Returns to Aid? A Comment||Nkusu, Mwanza|
|Growth and Convergence in WAEMU Countries||Wane, Abdoul Aziz|
|Deriving Market Expectations for the Euro-Dollar Exchange||Krichene, Noureddine|
|Rate from Option Prices|
|Can Higher Reserves Help Reduce Exchange Rate Volatility?||Hviding, Ketil, Michael Nowak,|
|and Luca Antonio Ricci|
|Sources of Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa||Tahari, Amor, Dhaneshwar Ghura,|
|Bernardin Akitoby, and|
|Emmanuel Brou Aka|
|Microfinance in Africa—Experience and Lessons from Selected||Basu, Anupam, Rodolphe Blavy,|
|African Countries||and Murat Yulek|
|Financing Uganda’s Poverty Reduction Strategy—Is Aid Causing||Nkusu, Mwanza|
|More Pain Than Gain?|
|Dimensions of Land Inequality and Economic Development||Erickson, Lennart, and Dietrich|
|Explaining Efficiency Differences Among Large German||Hauner, David|
|and Austrian Banks|
|Zimbabwe—A Quest for a Nominal Anchor||Kovanen, Arto|
|On Fixed and Variable Fiscal Surplus Rules||Basci, Erdem, Fatih M. Ekinci,|
|and Murat Yulek|
|Sources of Growth in the Democratic Republic of the||Akitoby, Bernardin, and Matthias|
|Congo—A Cointegration Approach||Cinyabuguma|
|Angola’s Fragile Stabilization||Gasha, Jose Giancarlo, and|
|Political Instability and Growth—The Central African Republic||Ghura, Dhaneshwar, and Benoit|
|A Bayesian Approach to Model Uncertainty||Tsangarides, Charalambos|
|Aid and Dutch Disease in Low-Income Countries—Informed||Nkusu, Mwanza|
|Diagnoses for Prudent Prognoses|
|Domestic Debt Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa||Christensen, Jakob|
|And Schumpeter Said, “This Is How Thou Shalt Grow”:||Beaugrand, Philippe|
|The Further Quest for Economic Growth in Poor Countries|
|Fiscal Sustainability in Heavily Indebted Countries Dependent||Ntamatungiro, Joseph|
|on Nonrenewable Resources—The Case of Gabon|
|How Much Do Trading Partners Matter for Economic Growth?||Arora, Vivek B., and Athanasios|
|Rational Speculation, Financial Crises, and Optimal Policy||Surti, Jay|
|Fiscal Sustainability—The Case of Eritrea||Yamauchi, Ayumu|
|Sources of Nominal Exchange Rate Fluctuations in South Africa||Gottschalk, Jan, and Ashok|
|Mauritius—Unemployment and the Role of Institutions||McDonald, Calvin, and James Y. Yao|
|Poverty and Social Impact Analysis—A Suggested Framework||Hossain, Shahabuddin M.|
|FDI Spillovers, Financial Markets, and Economic Development||Alfaro, Laura; Areendam Chanda,|
|Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, and Selin|
|Potential Output and Total Factor Productivity Growth||Arora, Vivek B., and Ashok|
|in Post-Apartheid South Africa||Bhundia|
|Debt Relief, Additionality, and Aid Allocation in Low-Income||Powell, Robert|
|Diamond Smuggling and Taxation in Sub-Saharan Africa||Oomes, Nienke, and Matthias|
|Modeling Stochastic Volatility with Application to Stock Returns||Krichene, Noureddine|
|Welfare Implications of HIV/AIDS||Crafts, Nicholas, and Markus|
|Stock Markets and the Real Exchange Rate—An Intertemporal||Mercereau, Benoit|
|The Role of Stock Markets in Current Account||Mercereau, Benoit|
|Dynamics—Evidence from the United States|
|Overshooting and Dollarization in the Democratic Republic||Beaugrand, Philippe|
|Estimation of the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate for Malawi||Mathisen, Johan|
|Regional Impact of Cote d’Ivoire’s 1999–2000 Sociopolitical||Dore, Ousmane, Benoit Anne,|
|Crisis—An Assessment||and Dorothy Engmann|
|Interest Rates, Credit Rationing, and Investment in Developing||Nkusu, Mwanza|
|Estimation of the Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate for South Africa||Macdonald, Ronald, and Luca|
|Poverty and Social Analysis—Linking Macroeconomic Policies||Robb, Caroline|
|to Poverty Outcomes: Summary of Early Experiences|
|Taxation and Pricing of Petroleum Products in Developing||Hussain, Shahabuddin|
|Countries: A Framework for Analysis with Application to Nigeria|
|The Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate of the Malagasy||Cady, John|
|Franc—Estimation and Assessment|
|Small African Stock Markets—The Case of the Lusaka||Marone, Heloisa|
Books and Monographs
|“The ICT Sector and the Global Economy: Counting the||Haacker, Markus|
|Gains” in: The Global Information Technology Report 2004/05|
|Lifting the Oil Curse: Improving Petroleum Revenue||Bartsch, Ulrich, Milan Cuc,|
|Management in Sub-Saharan Africa||Menachem Katz, and Harinder|
|The Macroeconomics of HIV/AIDS||Haacker, Markus|
|Mauritius: Challenges to Sustained Growth||El Masry, Gamal, Padamja|
|Khandelwal, Emilio Sacerdoti, and|
|Postconflict Economics in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from||Clément, Jean A.P.|
|the Democratic Republic of the Congo|
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Exchange Rate Arrangements and Currency Convertibility: Developments and Issues
by a staff team led by R. Barry Johnston
A principal force driving the growth in international trade and investment has been the liberalization of financial transactions, including the liberalization of trade and exchange controls. This study reviews the developments and issues in the exchange arrangements and currency convertibility of IMF members.
$20.00 (academic rate: $12.00); paper.
1999. ISBN 1-55775-795-X. Stock #WEOEA0191999.
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