Building Fiscal Institutions in Fragile States

2019-03-25T10:36:43-04:00August 9, 2017|

By Katherine Baer, Sanjeev Gupta, Mario Pessoa

August 9, 2017

Version in Français (French)

A porter in the market in Kathmandu, Nepal: the country increased their tax revenues in recent years with the help of technical assistance (photo: Navesh Chitrakar/Newscom)

Fragile states face more obstacles to growth than most countries.  Their per-capita GDP is less than half of most other low-income countries, and their economies are more volatile.  […]

Turkey: How To Boost Growth Without Increasing Imbalances

2017-04-14T02:12:24-04:00January 13, 2014|

by Isabel Rial, Suchanan Tambunlertchai, and Alexander Tieman

(Version in Türk)

Actual and Current Trend accountTurkey has received well-deserved praise for its growth performance over the last decade. Yet along with this success story has come a steady widening of the current account deficit, projected to come out at 7.4 percent of GDP in 2013. The counterpart of this deficit is a reliance on external financing, much of which is of a short-term nature, […]

IMF Opens Up: Partnerships with Donors a Win-Win

2017-04-15T14:39:50-04:00March 18, 2010|

Technical assistance in the IMF’s areas of core expertise is not only an important complement to the IMF’s policy advice in many countries but also helps them pursue their broader developmental and poverty reduction strategies by strengthening their capacity in macroeconomic management.
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