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Report on the World Bank research program (Vol. 2) : Part two (English)

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  • Document Date

    1986/11/30

  • Document Type

    Report on the World Bank Research Program

  • Report Number

    6505

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Status

    Eligible for Disclosure

  • Doc Name

    Part two

  • Keywords

    international institute for applied systems analysis;general algebraic modeling system;personal income tax reform;Population and Human Resources;common property resource management;fiscal deficit;current account deficit;terms of trade;agricultural pricing policy;agricultural price policy;real exchange rate;comparative analysis;comparative study;balance of payment;natural resource depletion;highly indebted country;price distortion index;heavily indebted country;natural gas development;per capita income;structure of production;rural financial market;Planning and Financial;Computable General Equilibrium;national research institution;public sector pricing;domestic policy response;Estimate Taxes;Exchange rate policies;price of export;performance of state;health care demand;cost of education;pattern of development;exchange rate policy;state industrial enterprise;Oil Refining;economics of information;application of fertilizer;series of seminars;trade policy reform;effect of price;impact on poverty;social accounting matrix;nonferrous metal industry;cost effectiveness analysis;resource allocation process;purchasing power parity;consumer expenditure survey;gross domestic product;distribution of welfare;change in consumption;informal sector employment;return to investment;government and business;effects on income;response to shock;composition of output;package of policy;marginal external cost;rural water supply;labor market activity;future living standard;loss of confidence;approximate price stability;process of interaction;urban development department;labor market intervention;capital market regulation;Political Economy;Macroeconomic Policy;economics research;fiscal multiplier;policy variable;tax system;environmental variable;mathematical programming;International Trade;development pattern;alternative policy;development policy;relative price;long-term growth;Trade Policies;research priority;opportunity cost;private expenditure;financial datum;public policy;effective tax;foreign borrowing;structural adjustment;tax change;synthesis volume;distribution effect;optimal policy;government spending;open economy;saving behavior;real income;Credit policies;macroeconomic adjustment;credit policy;southern cone;public finance;budget deficit;Macroeconomic Management;commercial policy;linear programming;high inflation;resource mobilization;policy package;supply response;spare capacity;political force;resource transfer;private household;adjustment policy;public expenditure;expenditure group;Exchange Rates;external events;individual study;external shock;implicit contract;liberalization efforts;nutrient cycle;export promotion;crop residue;hydrological cycle;cost-benefit analysis;state participation;perverse effects;budget surplus;public saving;rational expectation;public choice;nominal wage;fiscal behavior;small sample;wage policy;interest group;empirical work;real gnp;real devaluation;macroeconomic performance;industrial location;fiscal data;Fiscal Expansion;research strategy;exogenous changes;Stabilization policies;reform package;price elasticity;currency regime;keynesian theory;nominal income;computer program;industrialized country;Industrialized countries;demand system;econometric work;standard economic;oil price;extraordinary income;consumption change;expansionary effect;export demand;real wage;bank operation;world economy;economic model;energy pricing;consumer subsidy;economics profession;ongoing research;contestable market;keynesian economics;fertility survey;economic expansion;sensitivity analysis;supply shock;full employment;implicit tax;high employment;dynamic model;operations research;research institute;production environment;prototype model;automatic recognition;nonlinear model;shadow price;Fiscal Reform;cambridge university;market structure;measuring welfare;specific issue;international symposium;energy study;environmental shock;previous work;export crop;world price;smallholder agriculture;data system;dramatic reduction;mathematical model

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