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New Publications from the Western Hemisphere Department, 2009–10
1. IMF Working Papers
|WP/09/101||What Should Inflation Targeting Countries Do When Oil Prices Rise and Drop Fast?||Batini, Nicoletta and Eugen Tereanu|
|WP/09/109||Estimating Default Frequencies and Macrofinancial Linkages in the Mexican Banking Sector||Blavy, Rodolphe and Marcos Souto|
|WP/09/112||An Alternative Explanation for the Resource Curse: The Income Effect Channel||Alichi, Ali and Rabah Arezki|
|WP/09/117||Macroeconomic Responses to Terms-of-Trade Shocks: A Framework for Policy Analysis for the Argentine Economy||Berkmen, Pelin|
|WP/09/152||Why Are Canadian Banks More Resilient?||Huang, Rocco and Lev Ratnovski|
|WP/09/162||Recent Advances in Credit Risk Modeling||Capuano, Christian, Jorge Chan-Lau, Giancarlo Gasha, Carlos Medeiros, Andre Santos, and Marcos Souto|
|WP/09/18||On Impatience and Policy Effectiveness||Bayoumi, Tamim and Silvia Sgherri|
|WP/09/198||The Real Effects of Financial Sector Risk||Tieman, Alexander F. and Andrea Maechler|
|WP/09/199||Modernizing Bank Regulation in Support of Financial Deepening: The Case of Uruguay||Adler, Gustavo, Mario Mansilla, and Torsten Wezel|
|WP/09/22||Monetary and Fiscal Rules in an Emerging Small Open Economy||Batini, Nicoletta, Paul Levine, and Joseph Pearlman|
|WP/09/235||Is the Canadian Housing Market Overvalued? A Post-Crisis Assessment||Tsounta, Evridiki|
|WP/09/24||Can Markets Compute Equilibria?||Monroe, Hunter|
|WP/09/240||Treating Intangible Inputs as Investment Goods: The Impact on Canadian GDP||Belhocine, Nazim|
|WP/09/250||The Stock of Intangible Capital in Canada: Evidence from the Aggregate Value of Securities||Belhocine, Nazim|
|WP/09/259||From Lombard Street to Avenida Paulista: Foreign Exchange Liquidity Easing in Brazil in Response to the Global Shock of 2008–09||Stone, Mark R., W. Christopher Walker, and Yosuke Yasui|
|WP/09/264||Investment-Specific Productivity Growth: Chile in a Global Perspective||Di Bella, Gabriel and Martin Cerisola|
|WP/09/266||How Does Public External Debt Affect Corporate Borrowing Costs in Emerging Markets?||Agca, Senay and Oya Celasun|
|WP/09/272||Who Disciplines Bank Managers?||Cihák, Martin, Andrea Maechler, Klaus Schaeck, and Stéphanie Stolz|
|WP/09/280||The Global Financial Crisis: Explaining Cross-Country Differences in the Output Impact||Berkmen, Pelin, Gaston Gelos, Robert Rennhack, and James P. Walsh|
|WP/09/30||Are Capital Controls Effective in the 21st Century? The Recent Experience of Colombia||Clements, Benedict and Herman Kamil|
|WP/09/38||Can the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union Afford to Grow Old?||Monroe, Hunter K.|
|WP/09/40||Capital Inflows: Macroeconomic Implications and Policy Responses||Cardarelli, Roberto, Selim Elekdag, and M. Ayhan Kose|
|WP/09/56||A Primer on Fiscal Analysis in Oil-Producing Countries||Medas, Paulo and Daria Zakharova|
|WP/09/58||Social Security Reforms in Colombia: Striking Demographic and Fiscal Balances||Clavijo, Sergio|
|WP/09/59||Monetary and Fiscal Policy Options for Dealing with External Shocks: Insights from the GIMF for Colombia||Clements, Benedict, Enrique Flores, and Daniel Leigh|
|WP/09/61||Universal Health Care 101: Lessons for the Eastern Caribbean and Beyond||Tsounta, Evridiki|
|WP/09/63||Global Imbalances: The Role of Non-Tradable Total Factor Productivity in Advanced Economies||Cova, Pietro, Massimiliano Pisani, Nicoletta Batini, and Alessandro Rebucci|
|WP/09/71||ECCU Business Cycles: Impact of the United States||Sun, Yan and Wendell Samuel|
|WP/09/77||Optimal Reserves in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union||Dehesa, Mario, Emilio Pineda, and Wendell Samuel|
|WP/09/78||Assessing Exchange Rate Competitiveness in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union||Cashin, Paul, Emilio Pineda, and Yan Sun|
|WP/09/85||Adding Latin America to the Global Projection Model||Canales Kriljenko, Jorge, Charles Freedman, Roberto Garcia-Saltos, Marianne Johnson, and Douglas Laxton|
|WP/09/94||Inflation Targeting under Imperfect Policy Credibility||Alichi, Ali, Huigang Chen, Kevin Clinton, Charles Freedman, Marianne Johnson, Ondra Kamenik, Turgut Kisinbay, and Douglas Laxton|
|WP/09/95||Ponzi Schemes in the Caribbean||Carvajal, Ana, Hunter Monroe, Catherine Pattillo, and Brian Wynter|
|WP/10/05||The Impact of the Global Crisis on Canada: What Do Macro-Financial Linkages Tell Us?||Duttagupta, Rupa and Natalia Barrera|
|WP/10/1||Post-Crisis Bank Behavior: Lessons from Mercosur||Sanya, Sarah and Montfort Mlachila|
|WP/10/102||The Global Credit Crunch and Foreign Banks’ Lending to Emerging Markets: Why Did Latin America Fare Better?||Kamil, Herman and Kulwant Rai|
|WP/10/13||Canada’s Potential Growth: Another Victim of the Crisis?||Estevão, Marcello and Evridiki Tsounta|
|WP/10/2||Public Debt Sustainability and Management in a Compound Option Framework||Chan-Lau, Jorge A. and Andre Santos|
|WP/10/23||Financial Shocks and TFP Growth||Estevão, Marcello and Tiago Severo|
|WP/10/3||Investment by Large Firms in Argentina||Piris, Alvaro|
|WP/10/35||Spillovers to Central America in Light of the Crisis: What a Difference a Year Makes||Swiston, Andrew|
|WP/10/42||Informal Labour and Credit Markets: A Survey||Batini, Nicoletta, Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine, and Emanuela Lotti|
|WP/10/43||Current Account Balance Estimates for Emerging Market Economies||Medina, Leandro, Jordi Prat, and Alun Thomas|
|WP/10/54||Precautionary Reserves: An Application to Bolivia||Valencia, Fabian|
|WP/10/59||Caribbean Bananas: The Macroeconomic Impact of Trade Preference Erosion||Cashin, Paul, Cleary Haines, and Montfort Mlachila|
|WP/10/60||The Influence of “Big Brothers”: How Important Are Regional Factors for Uruguay?||Sosa, Sebastián|
|WP/10/62||The U.S. Federal Debt Outlook: Reading the Tea Leaves||Celasun, Oya and Geoffrey Keim|
|WP/10/86||The Embodiment of Intangible Investment Goods: A Q-Theory Approach||Belhocine, Nazim|
|WP/10/98||Regulatory Capital Charges for Too-Connected-to-Fail Institutions: A Practical Proposal||Chan-Lau, Jorge A.|
2. Selected Issues Papers
|Bolivia||Hydrocarbon Revenue Sharing Arrangements||Bornhorst, Fabian|
|Bolivia||Precautionary Reserves: An Application to Bolivia||Valencia, Fabian|
|Canada||Canadian Banks and the Credit Turmoil||Ratnovski, Lev and Rocco Huang|
|Canada||Canadian Residential Mortgage Markets: Boring But Effective?||Kiff, John|
|Canada||How Do Commodity Prices Affect Economic Slumps in Commodity Exporters?||Duttagupta, Rupa|
|Canada||Is the Canadian Housing Market Overvalued? A Tale of Two Regions||Tsounta, Evridiki|
|Canada||The Impact of Global Shocks on Canada—What Do Macro-Financial Linkages Tell Us?||Duttagupta, Rupa and Natalia Barrera|
|Caribbean||Risk Analysis of Public Debt in the Caribbean: A “Fan-Chart” Approach||Nassar, Koffie and Catherine Pattillo|
|Chile||A Longer-Term Approach to Fiscal Policy in Chile||Gracia, Borja, Gabriel Di Bella, and Martin Cerisola|
|Chile||Investment-Specific Productivity Growth: Chile in a Global Perspective||Di Bella, Gabriel and Martin Cerisola|
|Chile||The Global Financial Turmoil and Its Impact on Chilean Banks||Chan-Lau, Jorge|
|Colombia||Determinants of Investment Grade Status and Implications for Colombia’s Public Debt||Jaramillo, Laura|
|Colombia||Does Financial Soundness Affect Credit Growth?||Petrova, Iva and Enrique Flores|
|ECCU||Insurance Against Natural Disasters in the Caribbean||Wong, Yu Ching, Anthony Lemus, and Nancy Wagner|
|Mexico||Estimating Default Frequencies and Macrofinancial Linkages in the Mexican Banking System||Blavy, Rodolphe and Marcos Souto|
|Mexico||Exchange Rate Exposure of the Mexican Corporate Sector: Progress and Remaining Vulnerabilities||Kamil, Herman and Chris Walker|
|Mexico||Labor Market Informality and Macroeconomic Performance||Magnusson Bernard, Kristin|
|Mexico||Reforming the Fiscal Framework: Budget Rules and Fiscal Risks||Palomba, Geremia|
|Mexico||The Global Crisis and Potential Growth in Mexico||Krajnyak, Kornelia|
|Mexico, United States||The Significance of U.S. Regional Economic Conditions for Remittances to Mexico||Magnusson, Kristin|
|Peru||Disentangling the Motives for Foreign Exchange Intervention in Peru||Gonzalez, Maria|
|Peru||Peru: Balance Sheet Vulnerabilities in a Dollarized Economy||Gonzalez, Maria|
|Peru||Peru: Credit Growth: Anatomy and Policy Responses||Breuer, Luis, Jose Gasha, Giancarlo Peschiera, and Juan Alonso Perez-Salmon|
|Peru||Peru: Macroeconomic Stability and the Role of Fiscal Policy||Leigh, Daniel|
|Peru||Peru: Regional Disparities and Public Transfers||Garcia-Escribano, Mercedes|
|Uruguay||Commodity Prices, Growth and the Fiscal Position in Uruguay||Babihuga, Rita|
|Uruguay||Dynamic Loan Loss Provisioning in Uruguay||Wezel, Torsten|
|Uruguay||Exchange Rate and Competitiveness Assessment||Zanna, Felipe|
|Uruguay||How Important Are Regional Factors for Uruguay?||Sosa, Sebastian|
|United States||Spillovers from U.S. Federal Debt Issuance: The Case of Emerging Market Sovereign Borrowing||Celasun, Oya|
|United States||Strategic Priorities for the Reform of U.S. Financial Regulation||Bhatia, Ashok, Andrea Maechler, and Paul Mills|
|United States||The U.S. Federal Debt Outlook: A Stochastic Simulation Approach||Celasun, Oya and Geoffrey Keim|
|United States||U.S. Potential Growth in the Aftermath of the Crisis||Barrera, Natalia, Marcello Estevao, and Geoffrey Keim|