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  • Social Protection in Transition Countries: Emerging Issuesby Sanjeev Gupta

    International Monetary Fund 1996; US$ 5.00

    The paper discusses the social protection implications of the weakening financial and administrative capacity of countries undergoing economic transition. The formal sector is shrinking, and unemployment and underemployment are rising rapidly. This is affecting both the revenue base of social protection programs and the ability of these countries... more...

  • Pension Reform, Investment Restrictions and Capital Marketsby Jorge Roldos

    International Monetary Fund 2004; US$ 7.50

    Pension reform in several emerging market countries has been associated with rapid growth in assets under management and a positive impact on the development of local securities markets. However, limitations on such development may lead to asset price distortions, bubbles, and concentration of risks. Regulatory limits on pension fund investments are... more...

  • Fiscal Implications of the Global Economic and Financial Crisisby International Monetary Fund

    International Monetary Fund 2009; US$ 5.00

    This note reflects macroeconomic and fiscal forecasts presented with the April 2009 World Economic Outlook, as well as information on fiscal stimulus and financial and industrial sector support gathered through mid-May. It follows the request by G-20 leaders for the Fund to assess regularly the actions taken by countries to address the global crisis... more...

  • A Fiscal Indicator for Assessing First and Second Pillar Pension Reformsby Mauricio Soto

    International Monetary Fund 2011; US$ 5.00

    Staff Discussion Notes showcase the latest policy-related analysis and research being developed by individual IMF staff and are published to elicit comment and to further debate. These papers are generally brief and written in nontechnical language, and so are aimed at a broad audience interested in economic policy issues. This Web-only series replaced... more...

  • Finance & Development, June 1995by International Monetary Fund

    International Monetary Fund 1995; US$ 3.75

    For the latest thinking about the international financial system, monetary policy, economic development, poverty reduction, and other critical issues, subscribe to Finance & Development (F&D). This lively quarterly magazine brings you in-depth analyses of these and other subjects by the IMF?s own staff as well as by prominent international experts.... more...

  • Paraguay: Corruption, Reform, and the Financial Systemby Jeffrey Franks

    International Monetary Fund 2005; US$ 12.50

    Following some historical background, this paper describes how corruption is manifested in Paraguay. The paper distinguishes between factors that explain the growth performance of Paraguay since 1960 (where corruption does not directly enter as a significant factor) and factors that explain the relative level of income of Paraguay in the past 40 or... more...

  • Ukraine: Accelerating the Transition to Marketby

    International Monetary Fund 1997; US$ 11.75

    Ukraine has made impressive progress in restructuring and stabilizing its economy over the past two years, and yet much remains to be done to revive output and establish a market economy. The 16 papers included in this volume, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Patrick Lenain, were presented at a seminar sponsored by the IMF and the World Bank in July... more...

  • Kosovo: Institutions and Policies for Reconstruction and Growthby Davina Jacobs

    International Monetary Fund 2002; US$ 9.00

    Kosovo was placed under temporary UN administration in 1999, and a final political settlement remains pending. Since that time, however, the province has developed the instruments and institutions necessary to formulate and implement an independent economic policy. This paper provides an overview of Kosovo?s economy and its institutions to date, including... more...

  • Who Will Pay? Coping with Aging Societies, Climate Change, and Other Long-Term Fiscal Challengesby Peter Heller

    International Monetary Fund 2003; US$ 14.00

    Aging populations. Weather shocks. Scarce water. Globalization. Security threats. Policymakers today confront a number of developments that threaten to burden public budgets for decades to come, or bankrupt some entirely. This book argues that governments need to make policy changes now to take account of the potential fiscal consequences of these... more...

  • Taxing the Financial Sector: Concepts, Issues, and Practiceby Howell Zee

    International Monetary Fund 2004; US$ 8.50

    One of the most complex issues in tax policy today is the treatment of the institutions, products, and services that make up the financial sector. It can be harder to ascertain income, expenses, and profits for financial firms than for firms selling goods and services, and it is easier for individuals and firms to manipulate financial transactions... more...