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macroeconomic effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign aid

Christian Mulder

macroeconomic effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign aid

by Christian Mulder

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Published by International Monetary Fund, African Department in Washington .
Written in English


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StatementChristian Mulder.
SeriesAfrican Department working paper series / International Monetary Fund, African Department -- no.47, African Department working paper (International Monetary Fund, African Department) -- no.47.
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Open LibraryOL13971427M

Relatively slow progress toward meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by their target date has added urgency to the challenge of reducing global poverty. The authors of this new book--who include scholars from the IMF, World Bank, Oxford University, and the Center for Global Development--argue that the MDGs cannot be achieved without a substantial scaling up of foreign aid. A Study of Corruption, Foreign Aid, and Economic Growth Amanda Deerfield University of Kentucky, [email protected] Right click to open a feedback form in a new tab to let us know how this document benefits you. Recommended Citation Deerfield, Amanda, "A Study of Corruption, Foreign Aid, and Economic Growth" (). Theses and.

To the extent that foreign exchange reserve interest rates are low, increased foreign reserves will cause a permanent decline inconsumption, as well as move labor from the non-tradable to the tradable sector. However, if the tradable sector is capital intensive, increased foreign exchange reserves may enhance investment and economic growth. Effects of Macroeconomic Variables on Foreign Direct Investment in a Liberalized Economy: The Case of Nigeria Bank and IMF or bilateral, when they originate from one country to another in the form of loans or aid. Private flows can be debt creating and non-debt creating flows. They could take one of four types viz: Foreign Direct.

This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Results from the estimation of Eq. using total (aggregate) aid are provided in Table 1 below. For the sake of comparison, results fro However, these results should be interpreted with caution due to concerns over the endogeneity of current aid. Results from using aid stock variables with different half-lives (from one to ten) are provided in the subsequent 10 by: 4.


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Macroeconomic effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign aid by Christian Mulder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The macroeconomic effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign aid. [Christian Mulder; International Monetary Fund. African Department.] -- Counterpart funds generated through foreign currency or commodity aid have abain become an issue of interest, in view of the substantial buildup of these funds.

Contrary to the usual approach a model. Counterpart funds generated through foreign currency or commodity aid have again become an issue of interest, in view of the substantial buildup of these funds.

Contrary to the usual approach a model is developed in this paper, which takes account of the budgetary impact, supply-side and money demand effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign : Christian B.

Mulder. The macroeconomic effects of foreign aid: issues and evidence (English) Abstract. This paper reviews the debate on the macroeconomic effects of foreign aid. The paper starts with an analytical review of the meaning of a foreign exchange bottleneck and of the criticisms raised against foreign aid.

The review is followed by a brief Cited by: 5. The Macroeconomic Effects of Counterpart Funds and the Underlying Foreign Aid No.

92/47 by Christian B. Mulder Unknown, Published ISBN / ISBN / IMF Working Papers: The Macroeconomic Effects of Counterpart Funds and the Underlying Foreign Aid No. 92/47 by Christian B. Mulder Unknown, Published ISBN / ISBN / The macroeconomic management of foreign aid: opportunities and pitfalls / editors, Peter Isard [et al.] — [Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, ].

ISBN “Presents the papers prepared for the seminar, which was hosted in Maputo by the Government of Mozambique during March ” — Pref. Research on the macroeconomic effects of aid has expanded rapidly in recent years.

In this paper, we provide a survey of this literature. We start by reviewing some theoretical models that suggest a positive impact of aid on investment and by: 1. Introduction Foreign aid flows from DAC countries to the developing world stagnated during the s, reaching a low point in at $bn (World Bank ).1 As these figures are in nominal terms, the trend in real terms has been even worse, whether adjusted for inflation or calculatedCited by: Aid can improve the economy's supply-side and raise growth.

But if the macroeconomic impact of aid is not managed well it can distort and sometimes undermine growth. In DecemberAERC and UNU-WIDER held a conference under the ReCom programme on the ‘Macroeconomic Management of Aid’, which aimed to clarify aid's macroeconomic effects.

Introduction. It is well known that aid and remittance receiving economies are substantially more volatile than their richer counterparts. It is also well known that wealth transfers, such as aid and remittances, are an important source of income for many countries, and that those wealth transfers are highly volatile (Buffie, O’Connell, & Adam, ; Bulir and Hamann,Hudson and Cited by: 6.

THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN AID ON ECONMIC GROWTH AND CORRUPTION IN 67 DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Vanarith Chheang, B.B.A Thesis Advisor: David Newman, Ph.D.

ABSTRACT This study examines the effect of foreign aid on economic growth and corruption in developing countries. Using panel data from 67 countries fromin two fixed effectFile Size: KB. Tony Addison, Tseday Mekasha, Milla Nyyssölä, Lucy Scott, Finn Tarp, Tuuli Ylinen To meet development objectives, aid recipients and their donor partners need to effectively manage the macroeconomic effects of aid.

Aid can improve the economy's supply-side and raise growth. But if the macroeconomic impact of aid is not managed well it can distort and sometimes undermine growth. In. Macroeconomic effects of foreign aid and remittances: Implications for aid effectiveness studies Article in Journal of Policy Modeling 38(6) October with 56 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Contrary to the usual approach a model is developed in this paper, which takes account of the budgetary impact, supply-side and money demand effects of counterpart funds and the underlying foreign Author: Robert C. Hauhart. savings, foreign exchange and government revenue, thus contributing to growth.

This processes presumes a simple Harrod-Domar context in which growth is driven by physical capital formation. However, the macroeconomic reality of aid is more complicated.

Three areas of complication are discussed: (i) the effects of aid on. The first question is motivated by the notorious difficulty of pinning down causal effects in macroeconomic data. With respect to the assessment of foreign aid, these difficulties are compounded by the relatively low quality of data regarding income growth and Cited by: The Macroeconomic Effects of Foreign Capital, Liberalization and Reform in Sudan: An Empirical Investigation Fareed M.A.

Hassan*1 This article analyzes the macroeconomic effects of the s liberalization, foreign capital inflow and reform policies on the Sudanese economy, in particular on its economic growth, investment.

The institutional economics of foreign aid foreign aid and thereby, we hope, fills a gap in the analysis of foreign aid delivery It is also a book about the use of foreign aid to achieve institutional and policy reform in recipient countries. In our view, the performance of donor-induced reform.

development in aid-receiving countries. The effect of foreign aid on recipient economies has been investigated by many economists. However, theoretical and empirical studies on the macroeconomic impact of foreign assistance are not conclusive.

The paper analyses the effect of foreign assistance on economic growth, savings. The Short-Run Macroeconomic Impact of Foreign Aid to Small States An Agnostic Time Series Analysis This study econometrically evaluates the short-run impact of aid in small developing countries (SDCs) by applying a VAR model to study aid's impact on 'absorption' (increasing import demand) and 'spending' (increased domestic demand) across countries.

The main motivation of this thesis is to contribute to the literature on the macroeconomic effects of foreign aid flows. It consists of four empirical papers, investigating the two main channels through which aid flows impact the recipient economy: (i) the fiscal sector, and (ii) the real exchange rate.

The first paper is concerned with the impact of aid on government expenditure, domestic.The Macroeconomic E ects of O cial Debt Restructuring: Evidence from the Paris Club Gong Cheng1, Javier Diaz-Cassou2, and Aitor Ercey1 1European Stability Mechanism 2Inter-American Development Bank Decem Abstract This paper presents new empirical results on the macroeconomic im.that foreign aid does have some positive impact on growth, conditional on a stable macroeconomic policy environment.

We also find that these results vary according to income level, levels of aid allocation and geographical location. Outline 1. Introduction 2. Aid Effectiveness and Macroeconomic Policy 3. Data and Model Specification Issues by: