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""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""1. Introduction""; ""Part I: External Debt""; ""2. Macroeconomic Approach to External Debt: The Case of Nigeria""; ""3. Ghana: The Burden of Debt-Service Payment Under Structural Adjustment""; ""4. Growth and Foreign Debt: The Ugandan Experience""; ""5. The External Debt Problem of Kenya""; ""6. An Econometric Analysis of External Debt and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan African Countries""; ""Part II: Capital Flight""; ""7. Capital Flight and External Debt in Nigeria""; ""8. Capital Flight from Uganda, 1997-94""; ""9. Capital Flight from Tanzania""
The twin problems of mounting external debt and large-scale capital flight have been at the forefront since at least the 1980s. These papers analyse these problems for a selected group of sub-Saharan countries: Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
[Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund, 
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Model of adjustment and growth : an empirical analysis / Carmen M. Reinhart
Stabilization programs in developing countries : a formal framework / Mohsin S. Khan and Malcolm D. Knight
Prices, output, and the trade balance in Iran / Bijan B. Aghevli and Cyrus Sassanpour
Oil wealth and economic behavior : the case of Venezuela, 1965-81 / Reza Vaez-Zadeh
Financial, exchange rate, and wage policies in Singapore, 1979-86 / Ichiro Otani and Cyrus Sassanpour
Domestic credit and exchange rates in developing countries : some policy experiments with Korean data / Leslie Lipschitz
Stabilization policies in developing countries with a parallel market for foreign exchange : a formal framework / Pierre-Richard Agénor
Macroeconomic model for developing countries / Nadeem U. Haque, Kajal Lahiri, and Peter J. Montiel
Dynamic responses to policy and exogenous shocks in an empirical developing country model with rational expectations / Nadeem U. Haque and Peter J. Montiel
Forward-looking macroeconomic simulation model for a developing country / Nadeem U. Haque, Peter J. Montiel, and Steven Symansky.
This volume, edited by Mohsin S. Khan, Peter J. Montiel, and Nadeem U. Haque, examines recent IMF-developed empirical macroeconomic models dealing with adjustment and stabilization policies in developing countries. Some models are relevant for specific countries, and others relate to groups of developing countries.
[Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund : World Bank, 1987.
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This volume presents the proceedings of a symposium that was orgainzed jointly by the IMF and the World Bank and held in Washington, D.C. The symposium was organized by Vittorio Corbo, Morris Goldstein, and Mohsin Khan. The papers review the design of, and the economic rationale behind, adjustment programs and examine the best means of helping developing countries achieve balance of payments stability with sustainable economic growth.