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Publications du Département Afrique du FMI, 2009–15

Livres et monographies

2015

  • The East African Community: Quest for Regional Integration
  • Drummond, Paulo, S.K. Wajid et Oral Williams

2014

  • The Mystery of Missing Real Spillovers in Southern Africa: Some Facts and Possible Explanations
  • Basdevant, Olivier, Andrew W. Jonelis, Borislava Mircheva et Slavi T. Slavov

2013

  • Building a Common Future in Southern Africa
  • Mongardini, Joannes, Tamon Asonuma, Olivier Basdevant, Alfredo Cuevas, Xavier Debrun, Lars Holger Engstrom, Imelda M. Flores Vazquez, Vitaliy Kramarenko, Lamin Leigh, Paul R. Masson et Geneviève Verdier

2012

  • Oil Wealth in Central Africa: Policies for Inclusive Growth
  • Coorey, Sharmini et Bernardin Akitoby

2009

  • The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Département Afrique

2009

  • Tanzania: The Story of an African Transition
  • Nord, Roger, Yuri Sobolev, David Dunn, Alejandro Hajdenberg, Niko Hobdari, Samar Maziad et Stéphane Roudet

Documents du département Afrique

15/6

  • Toward a Monetary Union in the East African Community: Asymmetric Shocks, Exchange Rates, and Risk-Sharing Mechanisms
  • Drummond, Paulo, Ari Aisen, C. Emre Alper, Ejona Fuli et Sebastien Walker

15/5

  • Building Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Fragile States
  • Gelbard, Enrique, Corinne Délechat, Ejona Fuly, Mumtaz Hussain, Ulrich Jacoby, Dafina Mulaj, Marco Pani, Gustavo Ramirez et Rui Xu

15/2

  • Sustaining More Inclusive Growth in the Republic of Congo
  • Hakura, Dalia, Adrian Alter, Matteo Ghilardi, Rodolfo Maino, Cameron McLoughlin et Maximilien Queyranne

14/4

  • Mozambique Rising: Building a New Tomorrow
  • Ross, Doris, Victor Duarte Lledo, Alex Segura-Ubiergo, Yuan Xiao, Iyabo Masha, Alun H. Thomas et Keiichiro Inui

14/3

  • The Mystery of Missing Real Spillovers in Southern Africa: Some Facts and Possible Explanations
  • Basdevant, Olivier, Andrew W Jonelis, Borislava Mircheva et Slavi T. Slavov

14/2

  • Issuing International Sovereign Bonds: Opportunities and Challenges for Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Mecagni, Mauro, Jorge Iván Canales Kriljenko, Cheikh A. Gueye, Yibin Mu, Masafumi Yabara et Sebastian Weber

14/1

  • Managing Volatile Capital Flows: Experiences and Lessons for Sub-Saharan African Frontier Markets
  • Gueye, Cheikh, Javier Arze del Granado,
  • Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu, Mumtaz Hussain, B. Jang, Sebastian Weber et Juan S Corrales

13/8

  • Mali: Achieving Strong and Inclusive Growth with Macroeconomic Stability
  • Josz, Christian

13/7

  • Responding to Shocks and Maintaining Stability in the West African Economic and Monetary Union
  • Kolerus, Christina, Aleksandra Zdzienicka, Ermal Hitaj et Douglas J. Shapiro

13/6

  • West African Economic and Monetary Union: Financial Depth and Macrostability
  • Imam, Patrick A. et Christina Kolerus

13/5

  • Senegal: Financial Depth and Macrostability
  • Imam, Patrick A. et Christina Kolerus

13/4

  • Senegal: Achieving High and Inclusive Growth While Preserving Fiscal Sustainability
  • Kireyev, Alexei et Gaston K. Mpatswe

13/3

  • Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Macroeconomic Context
  • Mlachila, Montfort, Seok Gil Park et Masafumi Yabara

13/2

  • Energy Subsidy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experiences and Lessons
  • Alleyne, Trevor et Mumtaz Hussain

13/2

  • Boom, Bust, or Prosperity? Managing Sub-Saharan Africa’s Natural Resource Wealth
  • Lundgren, Charlotte J., Alun H. Thomas et Robert C. York

13/1

  • Restoring Sustainability in a Changing Global Environment: Options for Swaziland
  • Basdevant, Olivier, Emily Forrest et Borislava Mircheva

11/07

  • Macroeconomic Vulnerabilities Stemming from the Global Economic Crisis: The Case of Swaziland
  • Basdevant, Olivier, Chikako Baba et Borislava Mircheva

11/06

  • What Do Fast Job Creators Look Like? Some Stylized Facts and Perspectives on South Africa
  • Zhan, Zaijin

11/04

  • South Africa: Macro Policy Mix and Its Effects on Growth and the Real Exchange Rate—Empirical Evidence and GIMF Simulations
  • Canales-Kriljenko, Jorge Iván

11/02

  • Measuring the Potential Output of South Africa
  • Klein, Nir

11/01

  • In the Wake of the Global Economic Crisis: Adjusting to Lower Revenue of the Southern African Customs Union in Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland
  • Mongardini, Joannes, Dalmacio Benicio, Thomson Fontaine, Gonzalo C. Pastor et Geneviève Verdier

10/03

  • Zimbabwe: Challenges and Policy Options after Hyperinflation
  • Kramarenko, Vitaliy, Lars H. Engstrom, Geneviève Verdier, Gilda Fernandez, Stefan E. Oppers, Richard Hughes, James McHugh et Warren L. Coats

10/02

  • Expenditure Composition and Economic Developments in Benin
  • Pani, Marco et Mohamed El Harrak

10/01

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