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IMF Conditionality [electronic resource] : Experience Under Stand-by and Extended Arrangements, Part I: Key Issues and Findings / Louis Dicks-Mireaux.

By: Dicks-Mireaux, Louis.
Contributor(s): Bennett, Adam | Carkovic S., María Vicenta | Dicks-Mireaux, Louis | John, James | Mecagni, Mauro | Savastano, Miguel A | Schadler, Susan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Occasional Papers; Occasional Paper: No. 128Publisher: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1995Description: 1 online resource (64 p.).ISBN: 1557754926 :.ISSN: 0251-6365.Subject(s): Capital Inflows | Exchange Rate | Inflation | Real Interest Rates | Terms of Trade | Algeria | Bulgaria | Cameroon | El Salvador | RomaniaAdditional physical formats: Print Version:: IMF Conditionality : Experience Under Stand-by and Extended Arrangements, Part I: Key Issues and FindingsOnline resources: IMF e-Library | IMF Book Store Abstract: This paper is Part I of a two-volume study conducted as a part of the IMF's ongoing process of evaluating its lending facilities. It focuses on IMF-supported programs and macroeconomic performance during 1988-92, reflecting information available through the end of 1993. Part I provides an overview of the experiences during the arrangements reviewed: it describes the initial conditions faced in these countries, the adjustment strategies adopted, the degree to which programs were implemented, and the extent of sustained adjustment experienced.
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This paper is Part I of a two-volume study conducted as a part of the IMF's ongoing process of evaluating its lending facilities. It focuses on IMF-supported programs and macroeconomic performance during 1988-92, reflecting information available through the end of 1993. Part I provides an overview of the experiences during the arrangements reviewed: it describes the initial conditions faced in these countries, the adjustment strategies adopted, the degree to which programs were implemented, and the extent of sustained adjustment experienced.

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