Exiting from Crisis Intervention Policies


Date: February 4, 2010
 
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Summary:This paper identifies broad principles for exiting from extraordinary and unprecedented crisis-related intervention policies implemented by countries across the globe following the onset of the crisis in the summer of 2007. It responds to the requests of the IMFC and the Board to make Fund advice and views on exiting from crisis-related intervention measures more concrete. Drawing on previous and ongoing work by staff, it mostly focuses on medium and large advanced and emerging market economies, in which interventions have been more substantial.

See also background papers:
Strategies for Fiscal Consolidation in the Post-Crisis World

Exiting from Monetary Crisis Intervention Measures—Background Paper

The Role of Indicators in Guiding the Exit from Monetary and Financial Crisis Intervention Measures—Background Paper

 
Series : Policy Paper
Subject(s): Global Financial Crisis 2008-2009 | Developed countries | Fiscal policy | Fiscal consolidation | Budget deficits | Public debt | Inflation | Debt reduction | Economic growth | Adjustment process | Fiscal reforms | Financial crisis | Cross country analysis | Background papers