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Finance & Development
A quarterly magazine of the IMF
December 2001, Volume 38, Number 4

Index 2001, Volume 38



Masood Ahmed, Timothy Lane, and Marianne Schulze-Ghattas, Refocusing IMF Conditionality, December

S. Ibi Ajayi, What Africa Needs to Do to Benefit from Globalization, December

R.D. Asante, Paul Robert Masson, and Jacqueline Irving, The Pros and Cons of Expanded Monetary Union in West Africa, March


Geoffrey J. Bannister and Kamau Thugge, International Trade and Poverty Alleviation, December

Nicholas Barr, The Truth About Pension Reform, September

John E. Besant-Jones and Bernard Tenenbaum, Lessons from California's Power Crisis, September

Jagdish Bhagwati, Targeting Rich-Country Protectionism: Jubilee 2010 et al., September

Nadezhda Bikalova, Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in Russia, September

Eduardo Borensztein and R. Gaston Gelos, Are Foreign Investors in Emerging Market Economies a Panic-Prone Herd?, December

James M. Boughton, Was Suez in 1956 the First Financial Crisis of the Twenty-First Century?, September

Harry G. Broadman, Competition and Business Entry in Russia, June


Evangelos A. Calamitsis, Globalization and Africa: The Need for Stronger Domestic Policies and International Support, December

Paul Cashin, Paolo Mauro, and Ratna Sahay, Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Reduction: Some Cross-Country Evidence, June

Paul Chabrier, Growth Strategy for North Africa: A Regional Approach, December

Anand Chandavarkar, A Fresh Look at Keynes: Robert Skidelsky's Trilogy, December

Conference Reviews Trends in Emerging Market Finance, September


Mohamed Daouas, Africa Faces Challenges of Globalization, December

Jeffrey Davis, Rolando Ossowski, James Daniel, and Steven Barnett, Oil Funds: Problems Posing as Solutions?, December

Paula De Masi, Marcello Estevão, and Laura Kodres, Who Has a New Economy?, June

Hernando de Soto, The Mystery of Capital, March

David Dollar and Aart Kraay, Trade, Growth, and Poverty, September


External Financing for IMF Technical Assistance, December


Stanley Fischer, Exchange Rate Regimes: Is the Bipolar View Correct?, June; The IMF's Role in Poverty Reduction, June

Franklin M. Fisher and Hossein Askari, Optimal Water Management in the Middle East and Other Regions, September


Michael B. Gerrard, Public-Private Partnerships, September

G. E. Gondwe, Making Globalization Work in Africa, December

Neil Gregory and Stoyan Tenev, The Financing of Private Enterprise in China, March

Reint Gropp and Kristina Kostial, FDI and Corporate Tax Revenue: Tax Harmonization or Competition?, June

Sanjeev Gupta, Benedict Clements, Maria Teresa Guin-Siu, and Luc Leruth, Debt Relief and Public Health Spending in Heavily Indebted Poor Countries, September


Joel Hellman and Daniel Kaufmann, Confronting the Challenge of State Capture in Transition Economies, September

Alvin D.L. Hilaire, Economic Stabilization in the Caribbean, March


IMF, World Bank Group to Hold 2001 Annual Meetings in Washington, September

IMF Releases Reduced World Economic Outlook Projections, December

IMF Releases Report on International Capital Markets, September

IMF Reviews Financial Sector Assessment Program, March

IMFC Meeting Endorses IMF Crisis Prevention Efforts, June

Ashfaq Ishaq, On the Global Digital Divide, September


Michael P. Keane and Eswar S. Prasad, Poland: Inequality, Transfers, and Growth in Transition, March

Christian Keller and Peter S. Heller, Social Sector Reform in Transition Countries, September

Suhas Ketkar and Dilip Ratha, Securitization of Future Flow Receivables: A Useful Tool for Developing Countries, March

Köhler Calls For Coordinated International Response in Wake of September 11 Attacks, December

Köhler Endorses New Initiative for African Economic Development,September


Timothy Lane, IMF Acts to Streamline and Focus Conditionality, June

Timothy Lane and Steven Phillips, IMF Financing and Moral Hazard, June

Flemming Larsen, The IMF's Dialogue with Nongovernmental Organizations, March

Danny M. Leipziger, The Unfinished Poverty Agenda: Why Latin America and the Caribbean Lag Behind, March

Sérgio Pereira Leite, Human Rights and the IMF, December

Gabrielle Lipworth and Jens Nystedt, Crisis Resolution and Private Sector Adaptation, June

Prakash Loungani and Assaf Razin, How Beneficial Is Foreign Direct Investment for Developing Countries?, June


William P. Mako, Corporate Restructuring in East Asia: Promoting Best Practices, March

Caroline Mascarell, The Odessa Initiative: A Model for Institutional Reform in Eastern Europe, September

Paul Robert Masson, IMF Publishes Second Volume of Policy Papers, June

Ronald McKinnon, Can the World Economy Afford U.S. Tax Cuts? The International Dollar Standard Redux, June

Deepak Mishra, Ashoka Mody, and Antu Panini Murshid, Private Capital Flows and Growth, June

Ashoka Mody and Shoko Negishi, Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions in East Asia: Trends and Implications, March

Martin Mühleisen and Hamid Faruqee, Japan: Population Aging and the Fiscal Challenge, March


Seyni N'Diaye, Globalization and Africa: The Role of Institutional Reforms, December

New Book Features IMF's Role in Combating the Global Debt Crisis, December

New Senior Appointments at IMF, September

Saleh M. Nsouli and Françoise Le Gall, Globalization and Africa: Overview of the Main Issues, December; The New International Financial Architecture and Africa, December


Guy Pfeffermann, Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries: The Role of Private Enterprise, June


José Ramos Horta and Emilia Pires, How Will the Macroeconomy Be Managed in an Independent East Timor? An East Timorese View, March

Scott Roger, The Asian Crisis Four Years On, March


Abdellatif Saddem, How Tunisia Is Meeting the Challenges of Globalization, December

Robert Sharer, Globalization and Africa: An Agenda for Trade, Investment, and Regional Integration, December

Paul Streeten, Integration, Interdependence, and Globalization, June

Arvind Subramanian, Mauritius: A Case Study, December

György Szapáry, Transition Countries' Choice of Exchange Rate Regime in the Run-Up to EMU Membership, June


Vito Tanzi, Globalization and the Work of Fiscal Termites, March


Luis M. Valdivieso and Alejandro López-Mejía, East Timor: Macroeconomic Management on the Road to Independence, March

Jan van der Vossen, The New Basel Capital Proposal for Banks, March


Robert Hunter Wade, The Rising Inequality of World Income Distribution, December


Roberts Zile and Inna Steinbuka, Latvia on the Way to the European Union, June

Book Reviews

Peter Bauer, From Subsistence to Exchange and Other Essays, June

Jagdish Bhagwati, The Wind of the Hundred Days: How Washington Mismanaged Globalization, September

Kenneth W. Dam, The Rules of the Game: A New Look at U.S. International Economic Policymaking, December

Ruth de Krivoy, Collapse: The Venezuelan Banking Crisis of '94, March

William Easterly, The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics, September

Michael Edwards, Future Positive: International Co-operation in the 21st Century, September

Alexandre Lamfalussy, Financial Crises in Emerging Markets: An Essay on Financial Globalisation and Fragility, June

Justin Martin, Greenspan: The Man Behind Money,, June

Martin Mayer, The Fed: The Inside Story of How the World's Most Powerful Financial Institution Drives the Markets, December

Helmut Reisen, Pensions, Savings and Capital Flows: From Ageing to Emerging Markets, March

Andrés Solimano, Eduardo Aninat, and Nancy Birdsall (editors), Distributive Justice and Economic Development: The Case of Chile and Developing Countries, March

Robert Solomon, Money on the Move: The Revolution in International Finance Since 1980, March

Bob Woodward, Maestro: Greenspan's Fed and the American Boom, June