Aid, Exports, And Growth by Kang, Joong Shik

Full Title: Aid, Exports, And Growth: A Time-Series Perspective On The Dutch Disease Hypothesis
Author/Editor(s): Joong Shik Kang; Alessandro Prati; Alessandro Rebucci
ISBN: 1484320115, 9781484320112
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Published Place: Washington, D.C.
Published/Copyright Year: 2013
Language: English
Series: IMF Working Papers ( Volume Working Paper No. 13/73 )
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Number of pages: 1 online resource (29 pages)
Categories:
Balance Of Payments
Bilateral Aid
Commodity Prices
Development Assistance
Domestic Prices
Dynamic Effects
Dynamic Growth
Economic Growth
Economic Growth Of Open Economies
Economic Models
Endogenous Growth
Endogenous Growth Theory
Exchange Rate Adjustment
Exchange Rate Appreciation
Exchange Rate Policy
Exogenous Shock
Export Performance
Export Price
Export Prices
Export Sector
Exports
External Shocks
Factor Analysis
Foreign Aid
Global Integration
Global Shocks
Import Demand
Imported Goods
Imports
Macroeconomic Analyses Of Economic Development
Open Economies
Output Growth
Positive Externalities
Real Exchange Rate
Real Exchange Rate Appreciation
Real Exchange Rate Overvaluation
Time Series
Tradable Goods
Trade Flow
Trade Flows
Trade Liberalization
Trade Liberalization Efforts
Trade Openness
Trade Reforms
Trading Partners
Burkina Faso
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic Of The
Mauritania
Sri Lanka


Content:
We use a heterogeneous panel VAR model identified through factor analysis to study the dynamic response of exports, imports, and per capita GDP growth to a “global” aid shock. We find that a global aid shock can affect exports, imports, and growth either positively or negatively. As a result, the relation between aid and growth is mixed, consistent with the ambiguous results in the existing literature. For most countries in the sample, when aid reduces exports and imports, it also reduces growth; and, when aid increases exports and imports, it also increases growth. This evidence is consistent with a DD hypothesis, but also shows that aid-receiving countries are not “doomed” to catch DD.

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ISBNPlus ID: UPE.BD102.7324-11-2194519
Form: Nonfiction
Released Date: 20151203

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APA Style:
Kang, J.S., Prati, A. & Rebucci, A. (2013). Aid, Exports, And Growth: A Time-Series Perspective On The Dutch Disease Hypothesis. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund.

MLA Style:
Kang, Joong Shik, Alessandro Prati, and Alessandro Rebucci. Aid, Exports, And Growth: A Time-Series Perspective On The Dutch Disease Hypothesis. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, 2013. Print.

Chicago Style:
Kang, Joong Shik, Alessandro Prati, and Alessandro Rebucci. Aid, Exports, And Growth: A Time-Series Perspective On The Dutch Disease Hypothesis. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, 2013.