Perspectives De L’economie Mondiale, Avril 2013

Full Title: Perspectives De L’economie Mondiale, Avril 2013: Espoirs, Realites, Risques
Author/Editor(s): International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1616350342, 9781616350345
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Published Place: Washington, D.C.
Published/Copyright Year: 2013
Language: French
Series: World Economic Outlook ( Volume World Economic And Financial Surveys )
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Number of pages: 1 online resource (213 pages)
Actual Inflation
Aggregate Demand
Agricultural Trade Liberalization
Average Inflation
Average Rate Of Inflation
Balance Of Payments
Balance Of Payments Crisis
Bilateral Trade
Budget Projections
Capital Expenditures
Capital Flows
Central Bank
Central Banks
Change In Inflation
Commodity Exporters
Commodity Prices
Crisis Countries
Currency Board
Currency Crises
Current Account
Current Account Balance
Current Account Balances
Current Account Deficit
Current Account Deficits
Current Account Surpluses
Current Accounts
Debt Burdens
Debt Crises
Debt Crisis
Debt Data
Debt Database
Debt Dynamics
Debt Obligations
Debt Overhang
Debt Overhangs
Debt Ratios
Debt Relief
Debt Relief Initiative
Debt Restructuring
Debt Service
Debt Servicing
Debt Stocks
Dollar Value
Domestic Demand
Domestic Economy
Domestic Investment
Domestic Market
Domestic Producers
Domestic Saving
Domestic Shocks
Easy Monetary Policies
Economic Cooperation
Economic Divergence
Economic Integration
Effective Exchange Rates
Excessive Debt
Exchange Rate Regime
Exchange Rate Regimes
Export Diversification
Export Earnings
Export Growth
Export Market
Export Performance
Export Price
Export Prices
Exporting Countries
External Borrowing
External Debt
External Debt Accumulation
External Debt Burdens
External Debt Servicing
External Finance
External Financing
External Funding
External Payments
External Payments Arrears
External Position
External Shocks
Fall In Inflation
Financial Globalization
Financial Integration
Financial Intermediation
Financial Markets
Financial Stability
Fiscal Adjustment
Fiscal Balances
Fiscal Concerns
Fiscal Consolidation
Fiscal Consolidation Efforts
Fiscal Contraction
Fiscal Deficits
Fiscal Developments
Fiscal Imbalances
Fiscal Institutions
Fiscal Integration
Fiscal Issues
Fiscal Measures
Fiscal Outlook
Fiscal Policies
Fiscal Policy
Fiscal Policy Frameworks
Fiscal Positions
Fiscal Problems
Fiscal Prudence
Fiscal Reforms
Fiscal Risks
Fiscal Shocks
Fiscal Space
Fiscal Spending
Fiscal Stabilizers
Fiscal Stimulus
Fiscal Sustainability
Fiscal Tightening
Fiscal Years
Fixed Capital Formation
Foreign Aid
Foreign Currency
Foreign Currency Debt
Foreign Debt
Foreign Exchange
Foreign Trade
Gdp Deflator
Global Financial Markets
Global Liquidity
Global Trade
Globalization Of Trade
Government Debt
Government Deficits
Government Expenditures
Government Securities
Government Spending
High Inflation
High Interest Rates
Import Demand
Import Price
Import Prices
Import Substitution
Import-substitution Policies
Income Convergence
Increase In Inflation
Increase In Interest Rates
Increased Protectionism
Increasing Competitiveness
Independent Central Bank
Inflation Data
Inflation Dynamics
Inflation Forecasts
Inflation Process
Inflation Rate
Inflation Rates
Inflation Target
Inflation Targeting
Inflation Targeting Framework
Inflationary Consequences
International Financial Crises
International Trade
Investment Flows
Local Currencies
Long-term Interest Rates
Loose Monetary Policies
Low Inflation
Low Levels Of Inflation
Lower Inflation
Macroeconomic Crises
Macroeconomic Performance
Macroeconomic Stability
Market Fragmentation
Moderate Inflation
Monetary Aggregates
Monetary Authorities
Monetary Conditions
Monetary Control
Monetary Economics
Monetary Fund
Monetary Policies
Monetary Policy
Monetary Policy Framework
Monetary Policy Frameworks
Monetary Policy Regimes
Monetary Reform
Monetary Stance
Monetary Targeting
Monetary Targets
Monetary Theory
Monetary Transactions
Monetary Union
Money Growth
Multilateral Debt
Multilateral Debt Relief
Multinational Companies
Multiple Sources
Negative Spillovers
Neighboring Countries
Net Debtor
Net Debtors
Net Exports
Official Creditors
Oil Exporters
Oil Importers
Oil Prices
Oil Revenues
Oil Shock
Oil-importing Countries
Oil-importing Economies
Open Economies
Open Market
Open Trade
Optimal Monetary Policy
Output Growth
Output Volatility
Payment Arrears
Per Capita Income
Percent Inflation
Policy Regimes
Preferential Access
Preferential Access To Markets
Price Competitiveness
Price Fluctuations
Price Inflation
Price Level
Price Liberalization
Price Stability
Private Creditors
Prudential Regulation
Prudential Supervision
Public Debt
Public Debt Management
Public Finances
Public Sector Debt
Purchasing Power Parity
Rate Of Inflation
Rates Of Inflation
Ratio Of Debt
Real Exchange Rates
Real Interest Rate
Real Interest Rates
Real Output
Reducing Fiscal Deficits
Regional Trade
Regional Trade Agreements
Regional Trade Integration
Regulatory Barriers
Relative Price
Relative Prices
Reserve Bank
Resurgence Of Inflation
Retail Price Index
Rise In Inflation
Rising Inflation
Short-term Debt
Social Unrest
Sovereign Bonds
Sovereign Debt
Sovereign Debt Crises
Sovereign Debt Crisis
Sovereign Debt Restructuring
Sovereign Default
Spending Cuts
Tax Changes
Tax Credits
Tax Cuts
Tax Incentives
Tax Increases
Terms Of Trade
Total External Debt
Trade Channels
Trade Classification
Trade Exports
Trade Flow Data
Trade Gains
Trade Growth
Trade Integration
Trade Liberalization
Trade Openness
Trade Quotas
Trade Volumes
Trading Partners
Trading System
Traditional Debt-relief Mechanisms
Unemployment Rate
Value Of Exports
Volume Of Trade
World Economy
World Exports
World Growth
World Growth Rate
World Market
World Markets
World Output
World Prices
World Trade
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Global economic prospects have improved again, but the bumpy recovery and skewed macroeconomic policy mix in advanced economies are complicating policymaking in emerging market economies.
Chapter 3 examines the prospects for inflation, particularly because inflation was remarkably stable in the wake of the Great Recession and, in fact, has become less responsive to cyclical conditions.
Chapter 4 examines whether today’s fast-growing, dynamic low-income countries are likely to maintain their momentum and avoid the reversals that afflicted many such countries in the past.

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