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APPENDIX 2

Author(s):
International Monetary Fund. Independent Evaluation Office
Published Date:
April 2005
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Table A2.1.Allocation of TA Resources By Country Grouping and Source of Funding, FY2002–03 Average 1/(In person-years)
GNI Per Capita 2002 (Atlas Method, World Bank) 2/Field Work (TIMS)Headquarters Resources 3/

(Pro rata) 4/
Estimated IMF-Financed TA
IMF-financedExternally financed(a+c)(In percent)
(a)(b)(c)
Less than $1,00060.166.774.4134.467.3
$1,000–$2,00017.27.514.531.615.8
$2,001–$3,0005.93.95.811.75.8
$3,001–$4,0001.90.81.63.51.7
$4,001–$5,0003.40.72.45.92.9
$5,001–$7,0001.20.51.02.21.1
$7,001–$9,0001.41.01.42.81.4
More than $9,0003.82.93.97.73.8
Total94.884.0104.9199.7100.0
Sources: OTM and World Development Indicators.

Excluding the IMF Institute.

TA delivered to the regional technical centers, regional organizations (including regional central banks in Africa), and countries without GNI figures (such as post-conflict economies), is included in the less than $1,000 group.

Time at headquarters devoted by the functional departments to backstopping resident experts; to preparing TA missions, TA papers, and formal reports, as well as the direct administrative and management time to support TA activities (see Chapter 3, “TA Resources at the Aggregate Level”).

Sources: OTM and World Development Indicators.

Excluding the IMF Institute.

TA delivered to the regional technical centers, regional organizations (including regional central banks in Africa), and countries without GNI figures (such as post-conflict economies), is included in the less than $1,000 group.

Time at headquarters devoted by the functional departments to backstopping resident experts; to preparing TA missions, TA papers, and formal reports, as well as the direct administrative and management time to support TA activities (see Chapter 3, “TA Resources at the Aggregate Level”).

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