Back Matter

Back Matter

Peter Uimonen, Arvind Subramanian, Naheed Kirmani, Nur Calika, Michael Leidy, and Richard Harmsen
Published Date:
February 1995
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    World Economic and Financial Surveys

    This series (ISSN 0258-7440) contains biannual, annual, and periodic studies covering monetary and financial issues of importance to the global economy. The core elements of the series are the World Economic Outlook report, usually published in May and October, and the annual report on International Capital Markets. Other studies assess international trade policy, private market and official financing for developing countries, exchange and payments systems, export credit policies, and issues raised in the World Economic Outlook.

    World Economic Outlook: A Survey by the Staff of the International Monetary Fund

    The World Economic Outlook, published twice a year in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic, presents IMF staff economists’ analyses of global economic developments during the near and medium term. Chapters give an overview of the world economy; consider issues affecting industrial countries, developing countries, and economies in transition to the market; and address topics of pressing current interest.

    ISSN 0256-6877.

    $34.00 (academic rate: $23.00; paper).

    1995 (May). ISBN 1-55775-468-3. Stock #WEO-195.

    1995 (Oct.). ISBN 1-55775-467-5. Stock #WEO-295.

    1994 (May). ISBN 1-55775-381-4. Stock #WEO-194.

    1994 (Oct.). ISBN 1-55775-385-7. Stock #WEO-294.

    International Capital Markets: Developments, Prospects, and Policy Issues

    by an IMF Staff Team led by Morris Goldstein and David Folkerts-Landau

    This annual report reviews developments in international capital markets, including recent bond market turbulence and the role of hedge funds, supervision of banks and nonbanks and the regulation of derivatives, structural changes in government securities markets, recent developments in private market financing for developing countries, and the role of capital markets in financing Chinese enterprises.

    $20.00 (academic rate: $12.00; paper).

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    1993. Part 1: Exchange Rate Management and International Capital Flows, by Morris Goldstein, David Folkerts-Landau, Peter Garber, Liliana Rojas-Suarez, and Michael Spencer.

    ISBN 1-55775-290-7. Stock #WEO-693.

    1993. Part 11: Systemic Issues in International Finance, by an IMF Staff Team led by Morris Goldstein and David Folkerts-Landau.

    ISBN 1-55775-335-0. Stock #WEO-1293.

    Staff Studies for the World Economic Outlook

    by the IMF’s Research Department

    These studies, supporting analyses and scenarios of the World Economic Outlook, provide a detailed examination of theory and evidence on major issues currently affecting the global economy.

    $20.00 (academic rate: $12.00; paper).

    1993. ISBN 1-55775-337-7. Stock #WEO-393.

    Developments in International Exchange and Payments Systems

    by a Staff Team from the IMF’s Exchange and Trade Relations Department

    The global trend toward liberalization in countries’ international payments and transfer systems has been most dramatic in central and Eastern Europe. But developing countries in general have brought their exchange systems more in line with market principles and moved toward more flexible exchange rate arrangements, while industrial countries have moved toward more pegged arrangements.

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    1992. ISBN 1-55775-233-8. Stock #WEO-892.

    Private Market Financing for Developing Countries

    by a Staff Team from the IMF’s Policy Development and Review Department led by Charles Collyns

    This study surveys recent trends in private market financing for developing countries, including flows to developing countries through banking and securities markets; the restoration of access to voluntary market financing for some developing countries; and the status of commercial bank debt in low-income countries.

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    International Trade Policies

    by a Staff Team led by Naheed Kirmani

    The study reviews major issues and developments in trade and their implications for the work of the IME Volume I, The Uruguay Round and Beyond: Principal Issues, gives an overview of the principal issues and developments in the world trading system. Volume II, The Uruguay Round and Beyond: Background Papers, presents detailed background papers on selected trade and trade-related issues. This study updates previous studies published under the title Issues and Developments in International Trade Policy.

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    1992. ISBN 1-55775-311-3. Stock #WEO-1092.

    Official Financing for Developing Countries

    by a Staff Team from the IMF’s Policy Development and Review Department led by Michael Kuhn

    This study provides information on official financing for developing countries, with the focus on low- and lower-middle-income countries. It updates and replaces Multilateral Official Debt Rescheduling: Recent Experience and reviews developments in direct financing by official and multilateral sources.

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    1994. ISBN 1-55775-378-4. Stock #WEO-1394.

    Officially Supported Export Credits: Developments and Prospects

    This study examines export credit and cover policies in the ten major industrial countries.

    $15.00 (academic rate: $12.00; paper).

    1990. By G.G. Johnson, Matthew Fisher, and Elliot Harris.

    ISBN 1-55775-139-0. Stock #WEO-588.

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