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New Publications from the Western Hemisphere Department, 2009–10

1. IMF Working Papers

WP/09/101What Should Inflation Targeting Countries Do When Oil Prices Rise and Drop Fast?Batini, Nicoletta and Eugen Tereanu
WP/09/109Estimating Default Frequencies and Macrofinancial Linkages in the Mexican Banking SectorBlavy, Rodolphe and Marcos Souto
WP/09/112An Alternative Explanation for the Resource Curse: The Income Effect ChannelAlichi, Ali and Rabah Arezki
WP/09/117Macroeconomic Responses to Terms-of-Trade Shocks: A Framework for Policy Analysis for the Argentine EconomyBerkmen, Pelin
WP/09/152Why Are Canadian Banks More Resilient?Huang, Rocco and Lev Ratnovski
WP/09/162Recent Advances in Credit Risk ModelingCapuano, Christian, Jorge Chan-Lau, Giancarlo Gasha, Carlos Medeiros, Andre Santos, and Marcos Souto
WP/09/18On Impatience and Policy EffectivenessBayoumi, Tamim and Silvia Sgherri
WP/09/198The Real Effects of Financial Sector RiskTieman, Alexander F. and Andrea Maechler
WP/09/199Modernizing Bank Regulation in Support of Financial Deepening: The Case of UruguayAdler, Gustavo, Mario Mansilla, and Torsten Wezel
WP/09/22Monetary and Fiscal Rules in an Emerging Small Open EconomyBatini, Nicoletta, Paul Levine, and Joseph Pearlman
WP/09/235Is the Canadian Housing Market Overvalued? A Post-Crisis AssessmentTsounta, Evridiki
WP/09/24Can Markets Compute Equilibria?Monroe, Hunter
WP/09/240Treating Intangible Inputs as Investment Goods: The Impact on Canadian GDPBelhocine, Nazim
WP/09/250The Stock of Intangible Capital in Canada: Evidence from the Aggregate Value of SecuritiesBelhocine, Nazim
WP/09/259From Lombard Street to Avenida Paulista: Foreign Exchange Liquidity Easing in Brazil in Response to the Global Shock of 2008–09Stone, Mark R., W. Christopher Walker, and Yosuke Yasui
WP/09/264Investment-Specific Productivity Growth: Chile in a Global PerspectiveDi Bella, Gabriel and Martin Cerisola
WP/09/266How Does Public External Debt Affect Corporate Borrowing Costs in Emerging Markets?Agca, Senay and Oya Celasun
WP/09/272Who Disciplines Bank Managers?Cihák, Martin, Andrea Maechler, Klaus Schaeck, and Stéphanie Stolz
WP/09/280The Global Financial Crisis: Explaining Cross-Country Differences in the Output ImpactBerkmen, Pelin, Gaston Gelos, Robert Rennhack, and James P. Walsh
WP/09/30Are Capital Controls Effective in the 21st Century? The Recent Experience of ColombiaClements, Benedict and Herman Kamil
WP/09/38Can the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union Afford to Grow Old?Monroe, Hunter K.
WP/09/40Capital Inflows: Macroeconomic Implications and Policy ResponsesCardarelli, Roberto, Selim Elekdag, and M. Ayhan Kose
WP/09/56A Primer on Fiscal Analysis in Oil-Producing CountriesMedas, Paulo and Daria Zakharova
WP/09/58Social Security Reforms in Colombia: Striking Demographic and Fiscal BalancesClavijo, Sergio
WP/09/59Monetary and Fiscal Policy Options for Dealing with External Shocks: Insights from the GIMF for ColombiaClements, Benedict, Enrique Flores, and Daniel Leigh
WP/09/61Universal Health Care 101: Lessons for the Eastern Caribbean and BeyondTsounta, Evridiki
WP/09/63Global Imbalances: The Role of Non-Tradable Total Factor Productivity in Advanced EconomiesCova, Pietro, Massimiliano Pisani, Nicoletta Batini, and Alessandro Rebucci
WP/09/71ECCU Business Cycles: Impact of the United StatesSun, Yan and Wendell Samuel
WP/09/77Optimal Reserves in the Eastern Caribbean Currency UnionDehesa, Mario, Emilio Pineda, and Wendell Samuel
WP/09/78Assessing Exchange Rate Competitiveness in the Eastern Caribbean Currency UnionCashin, Paul, Emilio Pineda, and Yan Sun
WP/09/85Adding Latin America to the Global Projection ModelCanales Kriljenko, Jorge, Charles Freedman, Roberto Garcia-Saltos, Marianne Johnson, and Douglas Laxton
WP/09/94Inflation Targeting under Imperfect Policy CredibilityAlichi, Ali, Huigang Chen, Kevin Clinton, Charles Freedman, Marianne Johnson, Ondra Kamenik, Turgut Kisinbay, and Douglas Laxton
WP/09/95Ponzi Schemes in the CaribbeanCarvajal, Ana, Hunter Monroe, Catherine Pattillo, and Brian Wynter
WP/10/05The Impact of the Global Crisis on Canada: What Do Macro-Financial Linkages Tell Us?Duttagupta, Rupa and Natalia Barrera
WP/10/1Post-Crisis Bank Behavior: Lessons from MercosurSanya, Sarah and Montfort Mlachila
WP/10/102The Global Credit Crunch and Foreign Banks’ Lending to Emerging Markets: Why Did Latin America Fare Better?Kamil, Herman and Kulwant Rai
WP/10/13Canada’s Potential Growth: Another Victim of the Crisis?Estevão, Marcello and Evridiki Tsounta
WP/10/2Public Debt Sustainability and Management in a Compound Option FrameworkChan-Lau, Jorge A. and Andre Santos
WP/10/23Financial Shocks and TFP GrowthEstevão, Marcello and Tiago Severo
WP/10/3Investment by Large Firms in ArgentinaPiris, Alvaro
WP/10/35Spillovers to Central America in Light of the Crisis: What a Difference a Year MakesSwiston, Andrew
WP/10/42Informal Labour and Credit Markets: A SurveyBatini, Nicoletta, Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine, and Emanuela Lotti
WP/10/43Current Account Balance Estimates for Emerging Market EconomiesMedina, Leandro, Jordi Prat, and Alun Thomas
WP/10/54Precautionary Reserves: An Application to BoliviaValencia, Fabian
WP/10/59Caribbean Bananas: The Macroeconomic Impact of Trade Preference ErosionCashin, Paul, Cleary Haines, and Montfort Mlachila
WP/10/60The Influence of “Big Brothers”: How Important Are Regional Factors for Uruguay?Sosa, Sebastián
WP/10/62The U.S. Federal Debt Outlook: Reading the Tea LeavesCelasun, Oya and Geoffrey Keim
WP/10/86The Embodiment of Intangible Investment Goods: A Q-Theory ApproachBelhocine, Nazim
WP/10/98Regulatory Capital Charges for Too-Connected-to-Fail Institutions: A Practical ProposalChan-Lau, Jorge A.

2. Selected Issues Papers

BoliviaHydrocarbon Revenue Sharing ArrangementsBornhorst, Fabian
BoliviaPrecautionary Reserves: An Application to BoliviaValencia, Fabian
CanadaCanadian Banks and the Credit TurmoilRatnovski, Lev and Rocco Huang
CanadaCanadian Residential Mortgage Markets: Boring But Effective?Kiff, John
CanadaHow Do Commodity Prices Affect Economic Slumps in Commodity Exporters?Duttagupta, Rupa
CanadaIs the Canadian Housing Market Overvalued? A Tale of Two RegionsTsounta, Evridiki
CanadaThe Impact of Global Shocks on Canada—What Do Macro-Financial Linkages Tell Us?Duttagupta, Rupa and Natalia Barrera
CaribbeanRisk Analysis of Public Debt in the Caribbean: A “Fan-Chart” ApproachNassar, Koffie and Catherine Pattillo
ChileA Longer-Term Approach to Fiscal Policy in ChileGracia, Borja, Gabriel Di Bella, and Martin Cerisola
ChileInvestment-Specific Productivity Growth: Chile in a Global PerspectiveDi Bella, Gabriel and Martin Cerisola
ChileThe Global Financial Turmoil and Its Impact on Chilean BanksChan-Lau, Jorge
ColombiaDeterminants of Investment Grade Status and Implications for Colombia’s Public DebtJaramillo, Laura
ColombiaDoes Financial Soundness Affect Credit Growth?Petrova, Iva and Enrique Flores
ECCUInsurance Against Natural Disasters in the CaribbeanWong, Yu Ching, Anthony Lemus, and Nancy Wagner
MexicoEstimating Default Frequencies and Macrofinancial Linkages in the Mexican Banking SystemBlavy, Rodolphe and Marcos Souto
MexicoExchange Rate Exposure of the Mexican Corporate Sector: Progress and Remaining VulnerabilitiesKamil, Herman and Chris Walker
MexicoLabor Market Informality and Macroeconomic PerformanceMagnusson Bernard, Kristin
MexicoReforming the Fiscal Framework: Budget Rules and Fiscal RisksPalomba, Geremia
MexicoThe Global Crisis and Potential Growth in MexicoKrajnyak, Kornelia
Mexico, United StatesThe Significance of U.S. Regional Economic Conditions for Remittances to MexicoMagnusson, Kristin
PeruDisentangling the Motives for Foreign Exchange Intervention in PeruGonzalez, Maria
PeruPeru: Balance Sheet Vulnerabilities in a Dollarized EconomyGonzalez, Maria
PeruPeru: Credit Growth: Anatomy and Policy ResponsesBreuer, Luis, Jose Gasha, Giancarlo Peschiera, and Juan Alonso Perez-Salmon
PeruPeru: Macroeconomic Stability and the Role of Fiscal PolicyLeigh, Daniel
PeruPeru: Regional Disparities and Public TransfersGarcia-Escribano, Mercedes
UruguayCommodity Prices, Growth and the Fiscal Position in UruguayBabihuga, Rita
UruguayDynamic Loan Loss Provisioning in UruguayWezel, Torsten
UruguayExchange Rate and Competitiveness AssessmentZanna, Felipe
UruguayHow Important Are Regional Factors for Uruguay?Sosa, Sebastian
United StatesSpillovers from U.S. Federal Debt Issuance: The Case of Emerging Market Sovereign BorrowingCelasun, Oya
United StatesStrategic Priorities for the Reform of U.S. Financial RegulationBhatia, Ashok, Andrea Maechler, and Paul Mills
United StatesThe U.S. Federal Debt Outlook: A Stochastic Simulation ApproachCelasun, Oya and Geoffrey Keim
United StatesU.S. Potential Growth in the Aftermath of the CrisisBarrera, Natalia, Marcello Estevao, and Geoffrey Keim

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