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Published Date:
October 2015
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Abreviaturas

Países

Antigua y Barbuda

ATG

Arabia Saudita

SAU

Argentina

ARG

Armenia

ARM

Australia

AUS

Bahamas, Las

BHS

Barbados

BRB

Belice

BLZ

Bolivia

BOL

Brasil

BRA

Bulgaria

BGR

Canadá

CAN

Chile

CHL

China

CHN

Colombia

COL

Corea

KOR

Costa Rica

CRI

Croacia

HRV

Dinamarca

DNK

Dominica

DMA

Ecuador

ECU

Egipto

EGY

El Salvador

SLV

Eslovenia

SVN

Estados Unidos

USA

Filipinas

PHL

Granada

GRD

Guatemala

GTM

Guyana

GUY

Haití

HTI

Honduras

HND

Hong Kong, RAE de

HKG

Hungría

HUN

India

IND

Indonesia

IDN

Israel

ISR

Jamaica

JAM

Japón

JPN

Kazajstán

KAZ

Letonia

LVA

Malasia

MYS

México

MEX

Mongolia

MNG

Nicaragua

NIC

Nigeria

NGA

Noruega

NOR

Nueva Zelandia

NZL

Pakistán

PAK

Panamá

PAN

Paraguay

PRY

Perú

PER

Polonia

POL

Reino Unido

GBR

República Checa

CZE

República Dominicana

DOM

Rumania

ROM

Rusia

RUS

Saint Kitts y Nevis

KNA

San Vicente y las Granadinas

VCT

Santa Lucía

LCA

Singapur

SGP

Sudáfrica

ZAF

Suecia

SWE

Suiza

CHE

Suriname

SUR

Tailandia

THA

Taiwan, provincial china de

TWN

Trinidad y Tobago

TTO

Turquía

TUR

Uruguay

URY

Venezuela

VEN

Vietnam

VNM

Grupos de países

Economías financieramente integradas (AL-6)Otros exportadores de materias primasCAPRDPaíses caribeños dependientes del turismoPaíses caribeños exportadores de materias primasUnión Monetaria del Caribe Oriental (ECCU)
BrasilArgentinaCosta RicaLas BahamasBeliceAnguilla
ChileBoliviaRepúblicaBarbadosGuyanaAntigua y
ColombiaEcuadorDominicanaJamaicaSurinameBarbuda
MéxicoParaguayEl SalvadorEstados de laTrinidad yDominica
PerúVenezuelaGuatemalaECCUTobagoGranada
UruguayHondurasMontserrat
(AL-5: AL-6,NicaraguaSaint Kitts y Nevis
excluido Uruguay)PanamáSanta Lucía
San Vicente y las
Granadinas

Regiones

Pacífico y Asia orientalPAOOriente Medio y Norte de ÁfricaOMNA
Europa y Asia CentralEACAsia meridionalAM
América Latina y el CaribeLACÁfrica subsaharianaAS
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WP/15/179

Collateral Damage: Dollar Strength and Emerging Markets’ Growth

Pablo Druck, Nicolás E. Magud, Rodrigo Mariscal

WP/15/180

Filling the Gap: Infrastructure Investment in Brazil

Mercedes Garcáa-Escribano, Carlos Góes, Izabela Karpowicz

WP/15/206

Financial Inclusion: Zooming in on Latin America

Era Dabla-Norris, Yixi Deng, Anna Ivanova, Izabela Karpowicz, D. Filiz Unsal, Eva VanLeemput y Joyce Wong

Selected Issues Papers

Brasil

  • Filling the Gap: Infrastructure Investment in BrazilMercedes García-Escribano, Carlos Goes e Izabela Karpowicz
  • Macroeconomic Implications of Minimum Wage Increases in BrazilFabian Lipinsky y Carlos Goes
  • Fiscal Multipliers for BrazilJoana Pereira y Troy Matheson
  • Normalization of Global Monetary Conditions: The Implications for BrazilTroy Matheson
  • Assessment of Foreign Exchange InterventionHeedon Kang y Christian Saborowski
  • Non-Financial Corporate Sector VulnerabilitiesHeedon Kang y Christian Saborowski

Chile

  • The End of the Commodity Supercycle and GDP Growth: The Case of ChileLuc Eyraud
  • Assessing the Potential Economic Impact of the Structural Reform Agenda in ChileMarika Santoro

Colombia

  • Colombia’s Experience with Inclusive GrowthZulima Leal y Daniel Rodríguez-Delgado
  • The Role of Labor Frictions in Colombia’s Recent Economic PerformanceDaniel Rodríguez-Delgado
  • Unemployment-Growth Trends in Colombia and Selected Emerging MarketsChristina Kolerus
  • Youth Entrepreneurship InitiativesIzabela Karpowicz
  • Infrastructure InvestmentKristine Vitola
  • Informal Finance and Financial Inclusion PoliciesIzabela Karpowicz y Zulima Leal
  • Banks’ CapitalIzabela Karpowicz y Mohamed Afzal Norat

Estados Unidos

  • Housing FinanceDeniz Igan

Haití

  • Opportunities and Challenges for GrowthAnta Ndoye, Lawrence Norton, Daniela Cortez y Gabriel Di Bella
  • Public Expenditure in Haiti: Balancing Human Capital and Infrastructure FormationEmine Hanedar
  • Monetary Policy and Financial Intermediation in HaitiLawrence Norton y Gabriel Di Bella
  • External Buffers and Competitiveness to Absorb Shocks and Support GrowthLawrence Norton
  • Haiti’s Public Sector: Explaining the ECF’s Fiscal TargetJoseph Ntamatungiro y Lawrence Norton

México

  • Financial Intermediaton in Mexico (de próxima publicación)Alexander Herman y Alexander Klemn

Panamá

  • Assessing Risks in the Panamanian Banking Sector: Stress Testing and Contagion AnalysisDiego Cerdeiro, Metodij Hadzi-Vaskov y Torsten Wezel
  • Interest Rates in Panama: U.S. Pass-Through and Its Effects on Local Economic ActivityDiego Cerdeiro y Wei Shi
  • Panama: Investment and GrowthFang Yang y Diego Cerdeiro
  • Panama: Energy and GrowthDiego Cerdeiro

Perú

  • Investment Dynamics in PeruKevin Ross y Melesse Tashu
  • Forecasting Peruvian Growth Using a DSGE ModelFabian Lipinsky y Svetlana Vtyurina
  • Drivers of Peru’s Equilibrium Real Exchange Rate: Is the Nuevo Sol a Commodity Currency?Melesse Tashu
  • Taxation in Peru: Taxing Times AheadRicardo Fenochietto y Svetlana Vtyurina

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