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Why Is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? : Why is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? (English)

If there was one bold and timely policy to transform Indonesia, this is it. In 2012, spending on energy subsidies claimed more than one-fifth of the central government's budget, that is, more than three times the allocation for infrastructure such as roads, water, electricity and irrigation networks, and three times the government wide spending on health. ... See More +

Brief 86815 MAR 01, 2014

Diop, Ndiame

Natural resource abundance, growth, and diversification in the Middle East and North Africa : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)

This book is organized as follows: this first chapter examines the pattern of structural transformation in Middle East and North Africa, or MENA and summarizes the role of various factors examined thoroughly in the rest of the volume. ... See More +

Publication 72463 SEP 08, 2012

Melo, Jaime de; Diop, Ndiame; Marotta, Daniela

Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? Analysis using highly disaggregated export databases (English)

There is a growing consensus that what you export matters for growth (see for instance, Haussman and al. 2007 and Krishna and Maloney (2011)). This paper examines whether and to what extent Jordan and Tunisia, the two most globally integrated countries of the Middle East and North Africa region, are moving up the technological ladder. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 67248 FEB 01, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Ghali, Sofiane

Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? And why it matters (English)

The last decade has witnessed two interesting features in international trade. First, high-tech products have become the fastest growing segment of international trade. ... See More +

Brief 67734 FEB 01, 2012

Diop, Ndiame; Ghali, Sofiane

Trade competitiveness of the Middle East and North Africa : policies for export diversification (English)

International trade was deeply affected by the global financial and economic crisis. Mimicking worldwide trends, imports from and exports to the Middle East and North Africa dropped significantly in 2009. ... See More +

Publication 55199 JUL 01, 2010

Lopez-Calix, Jose R.; Walkenhorst, Peter; Diop, Ndiame;

The economy-wide effects of further trade reforms in Tunisia's services sectors (English)

The purpose of this paper is to benchmark Tunisia against other emerging economies in terms of the regulatory barriers affecting particular services sectors, and to assess the economy-wide effects of further liberalizing these services trade restrictions, compared with reducing the dispersion in barriers to its merchandise trade. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS5341 JUN 01, 2010

Dee, Philippa; Diop, Ndiame

The dynamic effects of countercyclical fiscal stimulus on output in Tunisia (English)

With the global financial crisis hitting many countries, policymakers around the world have been weighing different countercyclical policies to support aggregate demand and restore growth. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS5087 OCT 01, 2009

Ben Abdallah, Nizar; Diop, Ndiame

Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment (English)

This study on a world integration for Tunisia attempts to contribute to the achievement of the growth of the 11th development plan. It first takes stock of past integration policies, outlining policies implemented and assessing their impact on foreign direct investments (FDI), exports and employment. ... See More +

Publication 45409 DEC 02, 2008

Molouche, Mariem; Young Lee, Sun; Diop, Ndiame; Vincellette, Gallina A.; Dee, Philippa; Cattaneo, Olivier; Walkenhorst, Peter French

Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment : Integration mondiale de la Tunisie : une nouvelle generation de reformes pour booster la croissance et l'emploi (French)

This study on a world integration for Tunisia attempts to contribute to the achievement of the growth of the 11th development plan. It first takes stock of past integration policies, outlining policies implemented and assessing their impact on foreign direct investments (FDI), exports and employment. ... See More +

Publication 45409 SEP 12, 2008

Molouche, Mariem; Young Lee, Sun; Diop, Ndiame; Vincellette, Gallina A.; Dee, Philippa; Cattaneo, Olivier; Walkenhorst, Peter English

Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Jordan after the end of the multi-fiber agreement : impact, challenges and prospects (English)

This report investigates the impact of the Multifibre Arrangement (MFA's) lapse on the Textiles and Clothing (T&C) sectors in four countries of the Middle East and North Africa region: Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia (the MENA-4). ... See More +

General Economy, Macroeconomics and Growth Study 35376 DEC 01, 2006

Pigato, Miria; Diop, Ndiame; Baroncelli, Eugenia; Malouche, Mariem

Trade reforms, farm productivity, and poverty in Bangladesh (English)

This paper analyzes the distributional impacts of trade reforms in rural areas of Bangladesh. The liberalization of trade in irrigation equipment and fertilizer markets during the early 1990s has led to structural changes in the agricultural sector and a significant increase in rice productivity. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS3980 AUG 01, 2006

Klytchnikova, Irina; Diop, Ndiame

Trade costs, export development, and poverty in Rwanda (English)

For Rwanda, one of the poorest countries in the world, trade offers the most effective route for substantial poverty reduction. But the poor in Rwanda, most of whom are subsistence farmers in rural areas, are currently disconnected from markets and commercial activities by extremely high transport costs and by severe constraints on their ability to shift out of subsistence farming. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS3784 DEC 01, 2005

Asarkaya, Yakup; Brenton, Paul; Diop, Ndiame

Groundnut policies, global trade dynamics, and the impact of trade liberalization (English)

Groundnut products are of central economic importance to millions of smallholders in Africa, India, and Southern China. The products generate 60 percent of rural cash income and account for about 70 percent of the rural labor force in Senegal and The Gambia. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS3226 MAR 01, 2004

Diop, Ndiame; Beghin, John; Sewadeh, Mirvat;

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Why Is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? : Why is reducing energy subsidies a prudent, fair, and transformative policy for Indonesia? (English)
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MAR 01, 2014 86815 Brief
Natural resource abundance, growth, and diversification in the Middle East and North Africa : the effects of natural resources and the role of policies (English)
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SEP 08, 2012 72463 Publication
Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? Analysis using highly disaggregated export databases (English)
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FEB 01, 2012 67248 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Are Jordan and Tunisia's exports becoming more technologically sophisticated? And why it matters (English)
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FEB 01, 2012 67734 Brief
Trade competitiveness of the Middle East and North Africa : policies for export diversification (English)
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JUL 01, 2010 55199 Publication
The economy-wide effects of further trade reforms in Tunisia's services sectors (English)
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JUN 01, 2010 WPS5341 Policy Research Working Paper
The dynamic effects of countercyclical fiscal stimulus on output in Tunisia (English)
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OCT 01, 2009 WPS5087 Policy Research Working Paper
Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment (English)
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DEC 02, 2008 45409 Publication French
Tunisia's global integration : a second generation of reforms to boost growth and employment : Integration mondiale de la Tunisie : une nouvelle generation de reformes pour booster la croissance et l'emploi (French)
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SEP 12, 2008 45409 Publication English
Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Jordan after the end of the multi-fiber agreement : impact, challenges and prospects (English)
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DEC 01, 2006 35376 General Economy, Macroeconomics and Growth Study
Trade reforms, farm productivity, and poverty in Bangladesh (English)
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AUG 01, 2006 WPS3980 Policy Research Working Paper
Trade costs, export development, and poverty in Rwanda (English)
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DEC 01, 2005 WPS3784 Policy Research Working Paper
Groundnut policies, global trade dynamics, and the impact of trade liberalization (English)
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MAR 01, 2004 WPS3226 Policy Research Working Paper