World Economic Outlook, April 2007 [electronic resource] : Spillovers and Cycles in the Global Economy.

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2006.
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Local subjects:
Accession countries.
Adjustment period.
Adjustment process.
Administered price.
Aggregate consumption.
Aggregate trade.
Agricultural trade.
Agricultural trade liberalization.
Amortization payments.
Area trade.
Asymmetric shocks.
Average unemployment.
Average wage.
Balance of payment.
Balance of payments.
Balance sheet effects.
Barriers to competition.
Barriers to entry.
Benefits from trade integration.
Bilateral flows.
Bilateral trade.
Bond yields.
Border trade.
Brain drain.
Budget balance.
Budget balances.
Budget law.
Budget projections.
Business cycle.
Business cycle dynamics.
Business cycle fluctuations.
Business cycle synchronization.
Business cycle variation.
Business cycle variations.
Business cycles.
Capital account liberalization.
Capital accumulation.
Capital flows.
Capital gains.
Capital inflows.
Capital market.
Capital outflows.
Capital spending.
Carbon dioxide.
Carbon dioxide emissions.
Carbon emissions.
Central bank.
Central banks.
Changes in trade.
Classification of exchange rate.
Coal power plants.
Commodity exporters.
Commodity markets.
Commodity prices.
Commodity stabilization.
Compensation of employees.
Competition effect.
Competition policy.
Credit rating.
Crisis countries.
Crude oil.
Crude oil prices.
Crude oil purchases.
Crude prices.
Currency board.
Currency boards.
Currency crises.
Currency depreciation.
Currency mismatches.
Currency values.
Current account.
Current account adjustment.
Current account adjustments.
Current account balance.
Current account balances.
Current account deficit.
Current account deficits.
Current account surplus.
Current account surpluses.
Current accounts.
Debt accumulation.
Debt burden.
Debt burdens.
Debt crises.
Debt crisis.
Debt data.
Debt default.
Debt dynamics.
Debt forgiveness.
Debt outstanding.
Debt problem.
Debt ratio.
Debt ratios.
Debt reduction.
Debt relief.
Debt restructuring.
Debt service.
Debt servicing.
Debt stock.
Debt stocks.
Debt sustainability.
Debt sustainability analyses.
Debt sustainability issues.
Debt-service obligations.
Debt-servicing costs.
Debtor countries.
Debtor country.
Displaced workers.
Dollar exchange rate.
Domestic absorption.
Domestic banks.
Domestic competition.
Domestic currencies.
Domestic currency.
Domestic demand.
Domestic economy.
Domestic financial markets.
Domestic firms.
Domestic growth.
Domestic investment.
Domestic investors.
Domestic market.
Domestic price.
Domestic price stability.
Domestic prices.
Domestic reforms.
Duration of unemployment.
Duration of unemployment benefits.
Dynamic adjustment.
Dynamic effects.
Earnings inequality.
Economic cooperation.
Economic growth.
Economic integration.
Effect of exchange rate changes.
Effective exchange rate.
Effective exchange rates.
Effects of trade liberalization.
Elasticity of substitution.
Employment costs.
Employment generation.
Employment growth.
Employment opportunities.
Employment outcomes.
Employment patterns.
Employment protection.
Employment protection legislation.
Employment rates.
Employment trends.
Equilibrium model.
Equity prices.
Ethanol market.
Ethanol production.
Exchange rate.
Exchange rate adjustment.
Exchange rate adjustments.
Exchange rate appreciation.
Exchange rate arrangements.
Exchange rate change.
Exchange rate changes.
Exchange rate correction.
Exchange rate depreciation.
Exchange rate dynamics.
Exchange rate flexibility.
Exchange rate fluctuations.
Exchange rate indices.
Exchange rate mechanism.
Exchange rate movements.
Exchange rate pass.
Exchange rate policies.
Exchange rate regime.
Exchange rate regimes.
Exchange rate risk.
Exchange rate systems.
Exchange rate volatility.
Exchange rates.
Export earnings.
Export growth.
Export market.
Export markets.
Export opportunities.
Export orientation.
Export performance.
Export price.
Export prices.
Export ratio.
Export revenues.
Export trade.
Export volumes.
Exporting countries.
External borrowing.
External debt.
External debt burden.
External debt burdens.
External debt servicing.
External debt sustainability.
External finance.
External financing.
External liabilities.
External liability.
External payments.
External payments arrears.
External position.
External pressures.
External shocks.
Factor analysis.
Factor endowments.
Factor shares.
Fixed capital formation.
Fixed investment.
Flexible labor market.
Fluctuations in exchange rates.
Foreign debt.
Foreign trade.
Forward contracts.
Forward market.
Free trade.
Free trade agreement.
Free trade zone.
Fuel economy.
Fuel economy standards.
Fuel efficiency.
Fuel efficiency standards.
Fuel oil.
Fuel supply.
Fuel switching.
Fuel taxes.
Futures trading.
Gas emissions.
Gas prices.
Gasoline consumption.
Gasoline price.
Gasoline prices.
Gasoline tax.
Gasoline taxation.
Gasoline taxes.
Gdp growth.
Gdp growth rates.
General resources account.
Geographic proximity.
Global competition.
Global current account.
Global employment.
Global environment.
Global free trade.
Global imports.
Global integration.
Global liquidity.
Global market.
Global marketplace.
Global markets.
Global production.
Global shocks.
Global supply.
Global trade.
Global trading.
Government debt.
Government deficit.
Government employment.
Greenhouse gas.
Greenhouse gas emission.
Greenhouse gas emissions.
Growth rate.
Growth rates.
Hedge funds.
High unemployment.
High unemployment rates.
Higher oil prices.
History of exchange rate.
Idiosyncratic factors.
Imf credit outstanding.
Impact of trade.
Impact of trade reforms.
Import demand.
Import liberalization.
Import price.
Import prices.
Import protection.
Import side.
Import-competing sectors.
Imported goods.
Imported inputs.
Imported intermediate.
Imported intermediates.
Importing countries.
Incidence of unemployment.
Income distribution.
Income elasticities.
Increased protectionism.
Increased trade.
Increasing competition.
Increasing integration.
Increasing trade.
Industry trade.
Inflation rate.
Intermediate crude oil.
Intermediate goods.
Intermediate inputs.
Intermediate products.
International oil prices.
International standard.
International standards.
International trade.
International trade policy.
Investment flows.
Investment goods.
Investment incentives.
Investor confidence.
Job creation.
Job loss.
Job losses.
Job search.
Labor compensation.
Labor cost.
Labor costs.
Labor demand.
Labor economics.
Labor force.
Labor force participation.
Labor forces.
Labor income.
Labor market.
Labor market flexibility.
Labor market imbalances.
Labor market impact.
Labor market indicators.
Labor market institutions.
Labor market outcomes.
Labor market policies.
Labor market policy.
Labor market reform.
Labor market rigidities.
Labor markets.
Labor office.
Labor organization.
Labor policies.
Labor productivity.
Labor relations.
Labor share.
Labor shares.
Labor statistics.
Labor supply.
Labour market.
Labour market impact.
Labour markets.
Leveraged buyouts.
Limited exchange rate flexibility.
Long-lasting unemployment.
Long-term debt.
Low employment.
Low employment-to-population ratios.
Low trade.
Market debt.
Market integration.
Merchandise trade.
Metal products.
Million barrels.
Monetary union.
Multilateral initiatives.
Multilateral liberalization.
Multilateral rules.
Multilateral trade.
Multilateral trade liberalization.
Multilateral trade negotiations.
Multilateral trade reform.
National lending.
Natural gas.
Natural gas prices.
Natural resources.
Neighboring countries.
Net capital.
Net capital flows.
Net debt.
Net debtor.
Net exports.
Net external liabilities.
Net external liability.
Net inflows.
New jobs.
Nominal exchange rates.
Nominal interest rate.
Nominal interest rates.
Non-oil commodity.
Official creditors.
Official flows.
Oil company.
Oil consumption.
Oil crises.
Oil demand.
Oil exploration.
Oil exporter.
Oil exporters.
Oil exports.
Oil fields.
Oil importer.
Oil importers.
Oil imports.
Oil market.
Oil market report.
Oil markets.
Oil price changes.
Oil price spike.
Oil prices.
Oil producers.
Oil production.
Oil production capacity.
Oil refinery.
Oil reserves.
Oil revenues.
Oil sector.
Oil shale.
Oil shock.
Oil supply.
Oil-importing countries.
Oil-importing economies.
Oil-producing countries.
Opec countries.
Open economies.
Open economy.
Open market.
Open regionalism.
Optimal tariffs.
Options markets.
Options pricing.
Output growth.
Output volatility.
Partial equilibrium.
Partner countries.
Partner country.
Patent applications.
Pattern of trade.
Per capita income.
Petroleum exporting countries.
Petroleum products.
Political economy.
Power generation.
Power plants.
Price fluctuations.
Price liberalization.
Price of imports.
Price stability.
Private capital.
Private capital flows.
Private consumption.
Private credit.
Private creditors.
Private debt.
Private employment.
Private equity.
Process of adjustment.
Process of integration.
Protectionist pressures.
Protectionist sentiment.
Public debt.
Public finance.
Public finances.
Public sector debt.
Public sector debts.
Public sector employment.
Put options.
Rates of unemployment.
Real effective exchange rate.
Real effective exchange rates.
Real exchange rate.
Real exchange rate appreciation.
Real exchange rate changes.
Real exchange rate depreciation.
Real exchange rates.
Real gdp.
Reducing barriers.
Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
Reduction in tariffs.
Reduction of barriers.
Regional integration.
Regional trade.
Regional trade agreements.
Regional trade liberalization.
Renewable energy.
Renewable fuels.
Reserve assets.
Reserve bank.
Reserve currency.
Short-term debt.
Skilled labor.
Skilled labor forces.
Skilled workers.
Social safety nets.
Sources of business cycles.
Spot price.
Stable exchange rate.
State control.
Stock market.
Strong capital inflows.
Structural unemployment.
Tariff rates.
Tariff reductions.
Tariff reform.
Terms of trade.
Terms-of-trade volatility.
Total external debt.
Trade agreement.
Trade agreements.
Trade arrangements.
Trade barriers.
Trade changes.
Trade channels.
Trade classification.
Trade data.
Trade deficit.
Trade deficits.
Trade diversion.
Trade effect.
Trade facilitation.
Trade flow.
Trade flows.
Trade growth.
Trade in services.
Trade integration.
Trade intensity.
Trade interdependence.
Trade liberalization.
Trade liberalization measures.
Trade links.
Trade losses.
Trade model.
Trade models.
Trade negotiations.
Trade openness.
Trade protection.
Trade reform.
Trade reforms.
Trade regimes.
Trade round.
Trade share.
Trade theory.
Trade union.
Trade volume.
Trade volumes.
Trading partner.
Trading partners.
Trading system.
Transition countries.
Transition economies.
Transport costs.
Transport equipment.
Transport sector.
Underwriting standards.
Unemployed workers.
Unemployment benefit.
Unemployment benefits.
Unemployment compensation.
Unemployment compensation schemes.
Unemployment insurance.
Unemployment rate.
Unemployment rates.
Unilateral reduction.
Unskilled labor.
Unskilled workers.
Value of exports.
Value-added tax.
Vertical integration.
Vertical specialization.
Volume of trade.
Wage convergence.
Wage earners.
Wage structure.
Wage subsidies.
Worker protection.
Workers compensation.
World Economic Outlook.
World economy.
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World market.
World markets.
World output.
World prices.
World supply.
World trade.
World trade organization.
World trading system.
United States.
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