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ECONOMICS

  1. A COURSE IN BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

    A Course in Behavioral Economics Learn More

    ₦1,750.00
  2. A DECADE OF TRANSITION: ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES

    A Decade of Transition : Achievements and Challenges Learn More

    ₦2,080.00
  3. A GUIDE TO DIRECTION OF TRADE STATISTICS

    This paper provides a broad empirical analysis of the determinants of post-conflict economic transitions across the world during the period 1960-2010, using a dynamic panel estimation approach based on the system-generalized method of moments. In addition to an array of demographic, economic, geographic, and institutional variables, we introduce an estimated risk of conflict recurrence as an explanatory variable in the growth regression, because post-conflict countries have a tendency to relapse into subsequent conflicts even years after the cessation of violence. the empirical results show that domestic factors, including the estimated probability of conflict recurrence, as well as a range of external variables, contribute to post-conflict economic performance. Learn More

    ₦500.00
  4. A INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMIC MODEL

    This publication sets out the Global Economic Model (GEM), a new multicountry macroeconomic model developed by IMF research department staff, based on an explicit microeconomic framework. The paper explains how GEM differs from its predecessor model Multimod, outlines how its new features can improve IMF policy analysis, and discusses three simulation exercises completed. Learn More

    ₦1,500.00
  5. A MANUAL FOR COUNTRY ECONOMISTS

    Country economists are IMF specialists on individual countries Learn More

    ₦10,475.00
  6. A NEW LOOK AT EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY AND TRADE FLOWS

    New Look At Exchange Rate Volatility And Trade Flows: Imf Occasional Paper #235 Learn More

    ₦2,000.00
  7. ACCELERATING CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEPLOYMENT : LESSONS FROM NON-ENERGY SECTORS

    Climate change is one of the key challenges of this century. At the same time, energy use--the primary source of climate-altering global greenhouse gas emissions--is increasing at unprecedented rates and is vital to the continued economic growth of developing countries. This poses a serious dilemma that can only be reconciled with new and improved clean energy technologies that balance climate change mitigation and increased energy needs in developing countries. Learn More

    ₦1,050.00
  8. ADOPTING THE EURO IN CENTRAL EUROPE : CHALLENGES OF THE NEXT STEP IN EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

    Upon entry into the European Union (EU), countries become members of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), with a derogation from adopting the euro as their currency. This paper examines likely economic developments and policy challenges for the five former transition countries in central Europe (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia) which joined the EU in May 2004. These economies operate independent monetary policies but have not yet achieved policy convergence with the rest of the euro area. Learn More

    ₦1,500.00
  9. ADVANCED COUNTRY EXPERIENCES WITH CAPITAL ACCOUNT LIBERALIZATION

    After the industrial countries established current account convertibility in the late 1950s, they began to phase out their capital controls. Their efforts were slow and tentative at first, but built up considerable momentum by the 1980s as market-oriented economic policies gained popularity. This paper describes how national policymakers' views of capital controls shifted over time, and how these controls have been closely related to regulation in other policy areas, such as banking and financial markets. Learn More

    ₦1,780.00
  10. ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS

    Advanced Macroeconomics Learn More

    ₦6,750.00