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Structural reforms and economic performance in advanced and developing countries

Jonathan David Ostry

Structural reforms and economic performance in advanced and developing countries

by Jonathan David Ostry

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Published by International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 48-51).

StatementJonathan D. Ostry, Alessandro Prati, and Antonio Spilimbergo
SeriesOccasional paper -- 268, Occasional paper (International Monetary Fund) -- no. 268., Occasional paper -- 268.
ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC59.7 .S8738 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 53 p. :
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24539743M
ISBN 101589068181
ISBN 109781589068186
LC Control Number2010279188
OCLC/WorldCa443102310

  Pergamon World Development, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. , Eisevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain X/95 $ + X(94) Economic Reform m Developing Countries: Some Conceptual Issues RADHA . Is good governance can explain economic performance? Or according to the thesis of Mushtaq Khan (, ), reforms of economic structures and government capabilities are the first step to improve economic performance of developing countries, and in a second step to allow economic growth to enhance good governance?

structural reform implementation (so-called “reform waves”). These are based on a database first assembled by Ostry et al. () and later expanded by Giuliano et al. (), which provides detailed information on both real and financial sector reforms in advanced and developing countries . This paper assesses the effects of selected structural reforms on labor productivity growth for 37 developing countries over the –14 period. It combines newly constructed reform indexes using the IMF Monitoring of Fund Arrangements dataset and firm .

owing, say, to a retreat in globalization and economic liberalization.” The rising protectionist sentiment of recent years and reform fatigue in some economies may slow the pace of globalization and structural policy improvements. Mounting public and private debt in many countries could weaken commitment to strong fiscal and monetary frameworks. skills and advanced skills are important, particularly for developing countries. At the same time, once consideration is made of cognitive skills, the variations in the amount of tertiary education have no discernible impact on economic growth for either developed or developing countries.


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Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in. Advanced and Developing Countries. Prepared by the Research Department. Approved by Simon Johnson. J Contents Page. Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries (International Monetary Fund Occasional Paper Book ) - Kindle edition by Spilimbergo, Antonio, Prati, Alessandro, Ostry, Jonathan David, International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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[Jonathan David Ostry; Alessandro Prati; Antonio Spilimbergo; International Monetary Fund.;] -- This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate regulatory.

This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies-policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate regulatory frameworks.

The results reflect a new dataset covering reforms of domestic product markets, international trade, the domestic financial sector, and the external capital account, in 91 developed.

Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries. por Antonio Mr. Spilimbergo,Alessandro Mr. Prati,Jonathan Mr. Ostry. Occasional Papers (Book ) ¡Gracias por compartir.

Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper examines the contribution of structural policies—that is, policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate regulatory frameworks to deal with market failures—to economic performance.

The results are based on a new dataset covering reforms of. Downloadable. This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies-policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate regulatory frameworks.

The results reflect a new dataset covering reforms of domestic product markets, international trade, the domestic financial sector, and the external capital account, in. Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries, by Jonathan D.

Ostry, Alessandro Prati, and Antonio Spilimbergo. The Role of the Exchange Rate in Inflation-Targeting Emerging Economies, by Mark Stone, Scott Roger, Seiichi Shimizu, Anna Nordstrom, Turgut Kişinbay, and Jorge Restrepo.

Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries Jonathan D. Ostry, Alessandro Prati, Antonio Spilimbergo, Lone Christiansen, Prachi Mishra, Chris Papageorgiou, Rodney Ramcharan, Martin Schindler, Nikola Spatafora, Stephen Tokarick, and Thierry Tressel1 Research Department, IMF Abstract.

this sense, the paper is similar to Prati and others () who examine the impact of reforms on economic growth.

In contrast to their paper, we focus on the productivity impacts for a larger sample of countries and reforms. Second, we examine the dynamic (short- vs. medium-term) impact of reforms. By focusing on productivity rather than total. Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries: IMF Occasional Paper # (International Monetary Fund Occasional Paper) [International Monetary Fund (IMF)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries: IMF Occasional Paper #. Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries by Spilimbergo Antonio, Prati Alessandro, and Ostry Jonathan David This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies-policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate.

Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries. Jonathan Ostry (), Alessandro Prati and Antonio Spilimbergo (). NoIMF Occasional Papers from International Monetary Fund Abstract: This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies-policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while.

A UN report on Friday said continued structural reforms are necessary to boost growth in India, which is currently facing an economic slowdown.

The World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) report has also lowered GDP growth estimate for India while expressing hope that combination of fiscal stimulus and financial sector reforms will help boost consumption. Under the MDGs, global poverty was halved by rapid progress in the more advanced developing countries, the report says.

But a central goal of the post development agenda is expected to be the eradication of poverty by This means reducing it to zero everywhere – and it is in the LDCs that this will be most challenging.

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Although most developing countries escaped the –08 financial crisis with limited damage, for many, this economic downturn is expected to be much worse because of the direct health effects, the sharp decline in global economic activity, the structural composition of their economies, and constrained policy options.

Structural reforms and growth in developing countries 1. 1 This paper is based on the first chapter of my PhD dissertation at the Università Luigi Bocconi, Italy. I am indebted to my supervisor Paolo Manasse for his guidance and support and Chris Papageorgiou for kindly allowing me to use IMF database on structural reforms.

View all notes. To promote growth and create more jobs, the European Commission advocates an economic strategy based on fiscal responsibility, investment and structural reforms. Structural reforms tackle obstacles to the fundamental drivers of growth by liberalising labour, product and service markets, thereby encouraging job creation and investment and improving productivity.

Structural Reforms and Economic Performance in Advanced and Developing Countries. By Jonathan D. Ostry, Ro Prati, Antonio Spilimbergo, Lone Christiansen, Prachi Mishra, Chris Papageorgiou, Rodney Ramcharan, Martin Schindler, Nikola Spatafora, Stephen Tokarick and Thierry Tressel.

‘This remarkable book edited by Campos, De Grauwe and Ji is a testament to the importance of the analysis of impulse responses. The Global Financial Crisis (impulse) continues to influence our lives through various structural reform mechanisms (responses) and will do so for a very long time.

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Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation inand headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests.This paper assesses the effects of selected structural reforms on labor productivity growth for 37 developing countries over – It combines newly constructed reform indexes using the International Monetary Fund's Monitoring of Fund Arrangements data set and firm-level productivity from the World Bank Enterprise Surveys.