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Romanian economic reform program

International Monetary Fund.

Romanian economic reform program

by International Monetary Fund.

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Published by International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Dimitri G. Demekas and mohsin S. Khan.
SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/91/80
ContributionsDemekas, Dimitri G., Khan, Mohsin S., International Monetary Fund. Research Dept., International Monetary Fund. European Dept.
The Physical Object
Pagination52 p. --
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19126272M

  In September , Romanian authorities and the IMF/EU agreed to a follow-on standby agreement, worth $ billion, to continue with reforms. This agreement expired in September , and no funds were drawn. Progress on structural reforms has been uneven, and the economy still is vulnerable to external shocks.   The book is a rigorous treatment of the Coalitions for Change program’s transformative policy reforms—alongside lessons from its failures—across diverse policy arenas including tax reform, education reform, land governance reform, electoral reform, infrastructure reform, disaster risk reduction and management, and conflict resolution.

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The Communists agreed to give up power. Reformers launched an economic reform program that caused a sharp rise in unemployment that especially hurt Slovakia, the republic occupying the eastern third of the country. In , the country split into two separate nations: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The economies of both slowly improved. Tanzania began to discuss reforms and made the first moves in the early ’s. It adopted an economic reform program in after experiencing a steady decline in economic growth in the late s that led to a financial crisis in the early s. The crisis was partly a result of economic policies pursued by the country under a public.


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The Romanian Economic Reform Program. Romania’s prudent macroeconomic management has enabled a quick recovery from the global financial crisis.

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The Romanian Economic Reform Program. By Dimitri G. Demekas and Mohsin S. Khan. Abstract. With the start of the process of its transition to a market economy in earlyRomania joined the ranks of other reforming Eastern European countries. At the starting point of its reform program, however, Romania was in a deep economic and.

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The growth rate of the Romanian economy will stay below 4 percent this year, after which it will decrease in due to the slowdown in external demand, the reduction of the wage growth rate and a more neutral fiscal environment, according to the financial evaluation agency Standard & Poor’s, which reconfirmed the country rating of Romania at BBB- with a stable outlook.

WASHINGTON, Decem -The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved EUR million (US$ million equivalent) for Romania for the Second Fiscal Effectiveness and Growth Development Policy Loan (DPL). The objective of the new program is to reform institutions and implement policies that are central to achieve higher sustainable growth.

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Due to the financial crisis, Romania endured an economic. The National Reform Programme (NRP) is the framework platform for defining the development priorities guiding Romania’s evolution untilin order to achieve Europe Strategy objectives and for defining structural reforms to meet the challenges identified by the European Commission (EC) for Romania.

The economy of Romania is a fast developing, high-income mixed economy with a very high Human Development Index and a skilled labour force, ranked 15th in the European Union by total nominal GDP and 10th largest when adjusted by purchasing power parity.

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Demekas. Abstract. This paper outlines the main characteristics and the development of the centrally planned economic sysetm in Romania before the beginnings of the transition to a market eonomy it then presents the design, objectives, and implementation of the reform. Review this volume provides a comprehensive, well-substantiated view on a rural economy in transition and also offers a set of carefully developed policy conclsions.

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