Staff Studies for the World Economic Outlook [electronic resource]

International Monetary Fund.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1995.
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These studies, prepared by the staff of the International Monetary Fund, comprise supporting material for the analyses and scenarios in the World Economic Outlook and provide a more detailed examination of the theory and evidence on some major issues affecting the global economy, commodity prices, and individual countries.
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