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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
April 2006
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The Economic Issues Series

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  • Does the Exchange Rate Regime Matter for Inflation and Growth? Atish R. Ghosh, Anne-Marie Gulde, Jonathan D. Ostry, and Holger Wolf. 1996.

  • Confronting Budget Deficits. 1996.

  • Fiscal Reforms That Work. C. John McDermott and Robert F. Wescott. 1996.

  • Transformations to Open Market Operations: Developing Economies and Emerging Markets. Stephen H. Axilrod. 1996.

  • Why Worry About Corruption? Paolo Mauro. 1997.

  • Sterilizing Capital Inflows. Jang-Yung Lee. 1997.

  • Why Is China Growing So Fast? Zuliu Hu and Mohsin S. Khan. 1997.

  • Protecting Bank Deposits. Gillian G. Garcia. 1997.

  • Deindustrialization—Its Causes and Implications. Robert Rowthorn and Ramana Ramaswamy. 1997.

  • Does Globalization Lower Wages and Export Jobs? Matthew J. Slaughter and Phillip Swagel. 1997.

  • Roads to Nowhere: How Corruption in Public Investment Hurts Growth. Vito Tanzi and Hamid Davoodi. 1998.

  • Fixed or Flexible? Getting the Exchange Rate Right in the 1990s. Francesco Caramazza and Jahangir Aziz. 1998.

  • Lessons from Systemic Bank Restructuring. Claudia Dziobek and Ceyla Pazarbaşioǧlu. 1998.

  • Inflation Targeting as a Framework for Monetary Policy. Guy Debelle, Paul Masson, Miguel Savastano, and Sunil Sharma. 1998.

  • Should Equity Be a Goal of Economic Policy? IMF Fiscal Affairs Department. 1998.

  • Liberalizing Capital Movements: Some Analytical Issues. Barry Eichengreen, Michael Mussa, Giovanni Dell’Ariccia, Enrica Detragiache, Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, and Andrew Tweedie. 1999.

  • Privatization in Transition Countries: Lessons of the First Decade. Oleh Havrylyshyn and Donal McGettigan. 1999.

  • Hedge Funds: What Do We Really Know? Barry Eichengreen and Donald Mathieson. 1999.

  • Job Creation: Why Some Countries Do Better. Pietro Garibaldi and Paolo Mauro. 2000.

  • Improving Governance and Fighting Corruption in the Baltic and CIS Countries: The Role of the IMF. Thomas Wolf and Emine Gürgen. 2000.

  • The Challenge of Predicting Economic Crises. Andrew Berg and Catherine Pattillo. 2000.

  • Promoting Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: Learning What Works. Anupam Basu, Evangelos A. Calamitsis, and Dhaneshwar Ghura. 2000.

  • Full Dollarization: The Pros and Cons. Andrew Berg and Eduardo Borensztein. 2000.

  • Controlling Pollution Using Taxes and Tradable Permits. John Norregaard and Valérie Reppelin-Hill. 2000.

  • Rural Poverty in Developing Countries: Implications for Public Policy. Mahmood Hasan Khan. 2001.

  • Tax Policy for Developing Countries. Vito Tanzi and Howell Zee. 2001.

  • Moral Hazard: Does IMF Financing Encourage Imprudence by Borrowers and Lenders? Timothy Lane and Steven Phillips. 2002.

  • The Pension Puzzle: Prerequisites and Policy Choices in Pension Design. Nicholas Barr. 2002

  • Hiding in the Shadows: The Growth of the Underground Economy. Friedrich Schneider with Dominik Enste. 2002.

  • Corporate Sector Restructuring: The Role of Government in Times of Crisis. Mark R. Stone. 2002.

  • Should Financial Sector Regulators Be Independent? Marc Quintyn and Michael W. Taylor. 2004.

  • Educating Children in Poor Countries. Arye L. Hillman and Eva Jenkner. 2004.

  • Can Debt Relief Boost Growth in Poor Countries? Benedict Clements, Rina Bhattacharya, and Toan Quoc Nguyen. 2005.

  • Financial Reform: What Shakes It? What Shapes It? Abdul Abiad and Ashoka Mody. 2005.

  • Preserving Financial Stability. Garry J. Schinasi. 2005.

  • Integrating Poor Countries into the World Trading System. 2006.

  • Moving to a Flexible Exchange Rate: How, When, and How Fast? Rupa Duttagupta, Gilda Fernandez, and Cem Karacadag. 2005.

  • Accountability Arrangements for Financial Sector Regulators. Eva Hüpkes, Marc Quintyn, and Michael W. Taylor. 2006.

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