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May 2015
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    BeliceBLZ
    BoliviaBOL
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    CanadáCAN
    ChileCHL
    ColombiaCOL
    Costa RicaCRI
    DominicaDMA
    EcuadorECU
    El SalvadorSLV
    Estados UnidosUSA
    GranadaGRD
    GuatemalaGTM
    GuyanaGUY
    HaitíHTI
    HondurasHND
    JamaicaJAM
    MéxicoMEX
    NicaraguaNIC
    PanamáPAN
    ParaguayPRY
    PerúPER
    República DominicanaDOM
    Saint Kitts y NevisKNA
    Santa LucíaLCA
    San Vicente y las GranadinasVCT
    SurinameSUR
    Trinidad y TobagoTTO
    UruguayURY
    VenezuelaVEN
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    WP/14/67

    Does Demand Volatility Lower Growth and Raise Inflation? Evidence from the Caribbean

    Magda Kandil

    WP/14/87

    Central Bank Financial Strength in Central America and the Dominican Republic

    Florencia Frantischek, Przemek Gajdeczka, Alexander Herman y Andrew Swiston

    WP/14/115

    Labor Market Issues in the Caribbean: Scope to Mobilize Employment Growth

    Magda Kandil, Qiaoe Chen, Xin Li, Genevieve Lindow, Mario Mansilla, Joel Okwuokei, Marika Santoro, Jochen Schmittmann y Solomon Stavis

    WP/14/121

    Does Modeling Appropriate Fiscal Targets and Optimal Consolidation Paths for Resource-Rich Countries: The Case of Suriname

    Daniel Kanda y Mario Mansilla

    WP/14/124

    What Is Behind Latin America’s Declining Income Inequality?

    Evridiki Tsounta y Anayochukwu Osueke

    WP/14/125

    Debt, Growth and Natural Disasters: A Caribbean Trilogy

    Sebastián Acevedo

    WP/14/154

    After the Boom–Commodity Prices and Economic Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Bertrand Gruss

    WP/14/161

    Measuring External Risks for Peru: Insights from a Macroeconomic Model for a Small Open and Partially Dollarized Economy

    Fei Han

    WP/14/163

    Determinants of Banks’ Net Interest Margins in Honduras

    Koffie Ben Nassar, Edder Martínez y Anabel Pineda

    WP/14/166

    Financial Inclusion, Growth and Inequality: A Model Application to Colombia

    Izabela Karpowicz

    WP/14/167

    News and Monetary Shocks at a High Frequency: A Simple Approach

    Troy Matheson y Emil Stavrev

    WP/14/204

    World Saving

    Francesco Grigoli, Alexander Herman y Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel

    WP/14/217

    Motives and Effectiveness of Forex Interventions: Evidence from Peru

    Melesse Tashu

    WP/15/10

    Corporate Financing Trends and Balance Sheet Risks in Latin America: Taking Stock of the Bon(d)anza

    Fabiano Rodrigues Bastos, Herman Kamil y Bennett Sutton

    WP/15/13

    Governments’ Payment Discipline: The Macroeconomic Impact of Public Payment Delays and Arrears

    Cristina Checherita-Westphal, Alexander Klemm y Paul Viefers

    WP/15/14

    Output Gap Uncertainty and Real-Time Monetary Policy

    Francesco Grigoli, Alexander Herman, Andrew Swiston y Gabriel Di Bella

    WP/15/26

    Drivers of Peru’s Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate: Is the Nuevo Sol a Commodity Currency?

    Melesse Tashu

    WP/15/30

    Energy Subsidies in Latin America and the Caribbean: Stocktaking and Policy Challenges

    Gabriel Di Bella, Lawrence Norton, Joseph Ntamatungiro, Sumiko Ogawa, Issouf Samake y Marika Santoro

    WP/15/45

    Made in Mexico: Energy Reform and Manufacturing Growth

    Jorge Álvarez y Fabián Valencia

    WP/15/77

    Investing in Emerging Markets: We Are Not in Kansas Anymore… Or Are We?

    Nicolás Magud y Sebastián Sosa

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      Jacques Bouhga-Hagbe, Joel Okwuokei y Kristine Vitola

    • Belize—Toward a Fiscally Sustainable Wage Negotiation Framework

      Jacques Bouhga-Hagbe y Marcio Ronci

    Canadá

    • Canada’s Non-Energy Exports: Assessment of Post-Crisis Growth Performance

      Minsuk Kim

    • Neutral Rate of Interest in a Small Open Economy: The Case of Canada

      Andrea Pescatori

    • Anchoring Sustainable Fiscal Policy: A New Fiscal Rule in Canada

      Tidiane Kinda

    Chile

    • Why Foreign Ownership of Locally Issued Sovereign Bonds is So Low in Chile

      Yi Wu

    • Chile’s Experience with Inclusive Growth

      Elif Ture

    • Chile’s Tax System and the 2014 Tax Reform

      Daniel Rodríguez-Delgado y Roberto Schatan

    • Chilean Banks’ Loan to Deposits Ratio

      Nicolás Arregui

    • Chile’s Insurance Sector

      Nicolás Arregui

    Colombia

    • Assessing Spillover Risks

      Pablo Morra, Mauricio Ruiz, Carlos Goes y Eugenio Cerutti

    • Colombia’s Fiscal Rule and Adjustment in the Context of Resource Wealth

      Leonardo Martínez y Martín Wachs

    • Recent Performance of Colombia’s Manufacturing Sector: Exchange Rate or Structural?

      Naomi Griffin, en colaboración con la Superintendencia de Sociedades de Colombia

    • Selected Financial Sector Issues

      Izabela Karpowicz y Mohamed Norat

    • Financial Inclusion, Growth, and Inequality: A Model Application to Colombia

      Izabela Karpowicz

    Costa Rica

    • Selected Real Sector Issues

      Patrick Blagrave, José Pablo Valdés y Joyce Wong

    • Cross-Border Linkages and Spillovers

      Patrick Blagrave, Eugenio Cerutti, Ewa Gradzka, Anna Ivanova, Rodrigo Mariscal y Jaume Puig-Forné

    • Assessing Fiscal Vulnerability and Medium-Term Sustainability

      Jaume Puig-Forné, Lennart Erickson y Anna Ivanova.

    • The Central Bank’s Net Worth

      Jorge Restrepo y Evelyn Muñoz

    • Monetary Policy and Inflation

      Rodrigo Mariscal, Anna Ivanova y Joyce Wong

    • Transition to a Flexible Exchange Rate: Lessons from Past Experience

      Lennart Erickson, Anna Ivanova y Jorge Restrepo

    • Financial Sector Issues

      Anna Ivanova, Jaume Puig-Forné y Jorge Resrepo

    El Salvador

    • Assessing Potential Output

      Iulia Teodoru

    • Fostering Diversification and Integration

      Iulia Teodoru

    • Investment Drivers in Central America: An Application to El Salvador

      Joyce Wong y Heba Hany

    Estados Unidos

    • Recent U.S. Labor Participation Dynamics: Reversible or Not?

      Ravi Balakrishnan, Mai Dao, Juan Solé y Jeremy Zook

    • U.S. Total Factor Productivity Slowdown: Evidence from the United States

      Roberto Cardarelli y Lusine Lusinyan

    • Monetary Policy Communication and Forward Guidance

      Tim Mahedy, Jarkko Turunen y Niklas Westelius

    • The Operational Framework for Monetary Policy

      Darryl King y Simon Gray

    • Fiscal Risks and Borrowing Costs in State and Local Governments

      Madelyn Estrada, Deniz Igan y Dinah Knight.

    Guatemala

    • Assessing Potential Output

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    • Cross-Border Linkages and Spillovers

      Eugenio Cerutti, Ewa Gradzka, Anna Ivanova, Rodrigo Mariscal y Jaume Puig-Forné

    • The Effect of U.S. Tapering

      Patrick Blagrave, Anna Ivanova, Keiko Honjo y Jaume Puig-Forné

    • Fiscal Sustainability Assessment

      Lennart Erickson

    • Monetary Policy Stance

      Jaume Puig-Forné

    México

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      Phil De Imus

    • Made in Mexico: The Energy Reform and Manufacturing Output

      Fabián Valencia y Jorge Álvarez

    • Capital Flow Volatility and Investor Behaviour In Mexico

      Jianping Zhou, Han Fei y Jasmine Xiao

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      Xin Xu

    • Debt Sustainability, Cyclical Stabilization, and the Fiscal Responsibility Law—A Simulation Exercise

      Alejandro Guerson

    • Informality in Paraguay: Macro-Micro Evidence and Policy Implications

      Mauricio Vargas

    • Financial Deepening, Growth, and Inequality

      Camila Pérez

    Suriname

    • Modeling Demand Responses to Policies and Shocks: An Application to Suriname

      Kalin Tintchev

    • Fostering Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in Suriname

      Kalin Tintchev

    • What Does Ms. Muffet Tell us About the Macro-Financial Situation in Suriname?

      Qiaoe Chen

    • Fiscal Sustainability and Aging Pressures in Suriname

      Hye Sun (Marie) Kim

    Uruguay

    • Inclusive Growth: The Tale of Uruguay

      Elif Ture

    • How Will the Normalization of U.S. Monetary Policy Affect Uruguay?

      Diva Singh y Yulia Ustyugova

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