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Sustaining world economic recovery : the challenges ahead (English)

The paper analyzes the characteristics of the 1983-84 world economic recovery and its effects on developing countries' adjustment. It looks at the conditions for medium-term non-inflationary growth in the world economy and at the changes in policies necessary to cope with and redress over time the real and financial imbalances that threaten the sustainability of the current recovery. It presents a scenario for medium-term growth, resulting from moderate policy changes in industrial countries, within which the room for growth and continued policy adjustment in developing countries is examined in some detail. The risks of failure inherent in a continuation of present policy trends are also examined.

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  • Author

    Baneth, Jean Grilli, Enzo

  • Document Date

    1985/05/31

  • Document Type

    Staff Working Paper

  • Report Number

    SWP737

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Sustaining world economic recovery : the challenges ahead

  • Keywords

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Citation

Baneth, Jean Grilli, Enzo

Sustaining world economic recovery : the challenges ahead (English). Staff working paper ; no. SWP 737 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/909441468764693435/Sustaining-world-economic-recovery-the-challenges-ahead