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Published Date:
May 2015
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Lista de abreviaturas de los países

Antigua y BarbudaATG
ArgentinaARG
BahamasBHS
BarbadosBRB
BeliceBLZ
BoliviaBOL
BrasilBRA
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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Publicaciones recientes del Departamento del Hemisferio Occidental, abril de 2014–marzo de 2015

IMF Working Papers

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

Selected Issues Papers

Belice

  • Where Do We Stand on Efforts to Strengthen Belize’s Financial Sector?Jacques Bouhga-Hagbe, Joel Okwuokei y Kristine Vitola
  • Belize—Toward a Fiscally Sustainable Wage Negotiation FrameworkJacques Bouhga-Hagbe y Marcio Ronci

Canadá

  • Canada’s Non-Energy Exports: Assessment of Post-Crisis Growth PerformanceMinsuk Kim
  • Neutral Rate of Interest in a Small Open Economy: The Case of CanadaAndrea Pescatori
  • Anchoring Sustainable Fiscal Policy: A New Fiscal Rule in CanadaTidiane Kinda

Chile

  • Why Foreign Ownership of Locally Issued Sovereign Bonds is So Low in ChileYi Wu
  • Chile’s Experience with Inclusive GrowthElif Ture
  • Chile’s Tax System and the 2014 Tax ReformDaniel Rodríguez-Delgado y Roberto Schatan
  • Chilean Banks’ Loan to Deposits RatioNicolás Arregui
  • Chile’s Insurance SectorNicolás Arregui

Colombia

  • Assessing Spillover RisksPablo Morra, Mauricio Ruiz, Carlos Goes y Eugenio Cerutti
  • Colombia’s Fiscal Rule and Adjustment in the Context of Resource WealthLeonardo 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 IssuesIzabela Karpowicz y Mohamed Norat
  • Financial Inclusion, Growth, and Inequality: A Model Application to ColombiaIzabela Karpowicz

Costa Rica

  • Selected Real Sector IssuesPatrick Blagrave, José Pablo Valdés y Joyce Wong
  • Cross-Border Linkages and SpilloversPatrick Blagrave, Eugenio Cerutti, Ewa Gradzka, Anna Ivanova, Rodrigo Mariscal y Jaume Puig-Forné
  • Assessing Fiscal Vulnerability and Medium-Term SustainabilityJaume Puig-Forné, Lennart Erickson y Anna Ivanova.
  • The Central Bank’s Net WorthJorge Restrepo y Evelyn Muñoz
  • Monetary Policy and InflationRodrigo Mariscal, Anna Ivanova y Joyce Wong
  • Transition to a Flexible Exchange Rate: Lessons from Past ExperienceLennart Erickson, Anna Ivanova y Jorge Restrepo
  • Financial Sector IssuesAnna Ivanova, Jaume Puig-Forné y Jorge Resrepo

El Salvador

  • Assessing Potential OutputIulia Teodoru
  • Fostering Diversification and IntegrationIulia Teodoru
  • Investment Drivers in Central America: An Application to El SalvadorJoyce 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 StatesRoberto Cardarelli y Lusine Lusinyan
  • Monetary Policy Communication and Forward GuidanceTim Mahedy, Jarkko Turunen y Niklas Westelius
  • The Operational Framework for Monetary PolicyDarryl King y Simon Gray
  • Fiscal Risks and Borrowing Costs in State and Local GovernmentsMadelyn Estrada, Deniz Igan y Dinah Knight.

Guatemala

  • Assessing Potential OutputIulia Teodoru
  • Cross-Border Linkages and SpilloversEugenio Cerutti, Ewa Gradzka, Anna Ivanova, Rodrigo Mariscal y Jaume Puig-Forné
  • The Effect of U.S. TaperingPatrick Blagrave, Anna Ivanova, Keiko Honjo y Jaume Puig-Forné
  • Fiscal Sustainability AssessmentLennart Erickson
  • Monetary Policy StanceJaume Puig-Forné

México

  • The Impact of Mexico’s Energy Reform on Hydrocarbons ProductionPhil De Imus
  • Made in Mexico: The Energy Reform and Manufacturing OutputFabián Valencia y Jorge Álvarez
  • Capital Flow Volatility and Investor Behaviour In MexicoJianping Zhou, Han Fei y Jasmine Xiao

Paraguay

  • Global and Regional Spillovers: How Important for Paraguay?Xin Xu
  • Debt Sustainability, Cyclical Stabilization, and the Fiscal Responsibility Law—A Simulation ExerciseAlejandro Guerson
  • Informality in Paraguay: Macro-Micro Evidence and Policy ImplicationsMauricio Vargas
  • Financial Deepening, Growth, and InequalityCamila Pérez

Suriname

  • Modeling Demand Responses to Policies and Shocks: An Application to SurinameKalin Tintchev
  • Fostering Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in SurinameKalin Tintchev
  • What Does Ms. Muffet Tell us About the Macro-Financial Situation in Suriname?Qiaoe Chen
  • Fiscal Sustainability and Aging Pressures in SurinameHye Sun (Marie) Kim

Uruguay

  • Inclusive Growth: The Tale of UruguayElif Ture
  • How Will the Normalization of U.S. Monetary Policy Affect Uruguay?Diva Singh y Yulia Ustyugova

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