IMF Staff Papers, Volume 55, No. 1, 2008

 
 
Publication Date: June 18, 2008
 
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Summary: In this issue, a team of economists look at approaches to modeling the use of IMF resources in order to gauge whether the recent decline in credit outstanding is a temporary or permanent phenomenon. Era Dabla-Norris and Gabriela Inchauste examine what drives the growth of firms, with a focus on informality and regulations. Evan Tanner and Issouf Samake use a vector autoregression approach to examine the probabilistic sustainability of public debt in Brazil. Mexico, and Turkey. And Rachel Glennerster and Yongseok Shin ask whether transparency pays—that is, does the frequency and accuracy of macroeconomic information released to the public lead to lower borrowing costs in sovereign debt markets?
 
Series: IMF Staff Papers, Volume 55, No. 1
Frequency: Quarterley

 
English
Publication Date: June 18, 2008
ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-58906-722-6 / 1020-7635 Format: Paper
Stock No: SPIEA2008001 Pages: 34
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