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On the sequencing of structural reforms.

Sebastian Edwards

On the sequencing of structural reforms.

by Sebastian Edwards

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Published by Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development in [Paris] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic development -- Social aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWorking papers / OECD Economics and Statistics Department -- no.70
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118p. :
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13925376M

    Table of Contents. List of contributors, List of figures, List of tables, Preface and Acknowledgements, Chapter 1: Introduction Katsikas, Dimitris and Manasse, Paolo Southern Europe in crisis, Chapter 2: Designing Structural Reforms in Times of Crisis: Lessons from the Past Katsikas, Dimitris, Chapter Political Conditions for Economic Reform in Europe’s South Terzi, Alessio. The seminar addressed themes such as the sequencing and pacing of structural reforms, the need for a broad political and social acceptance of change and reform, and the need for transparency and accountability in economic : International Monetary Fund.

    Printed in Great Britain X/97 $ + PU: SX(97) Pace, Sequencing and Credibility of Structural Reforms RINA BHATTACHARYA University of Sussex, Brighton, U.K. Summary. This paper reviews the theory and empirical evidence on the main policy issues relating to the pace, credibility and sequencing of structural Cited by:   The debate on the sequencing of economic reforms has largely ignored the issue of fiscal reform. This paper examines this issue by comparing the reform experience of three sub-Saharan African countries. Lessons are drawn on the factors influencing the sequencing and success of fiscal by: 4.

    Downloadable (with restrictions)! The debate on the sequencing of economic reforms has largely ignored the issue of fiscal reform. This paper examines this issue by comparing the reform experience of three sub-Saharan African countries. Lessons are drawn on the factors influencing the sequencing and success of fiscal reform. The wave of structural reforms in Latin America and elsewhere has also stimulated the development of a wide body of theoretical literature on the political economy of reform, i.e., the study of the political constraints that condition the timing, speed and sequencing of reforms.


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Issued in October NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and Macroeconomics. Both OECD and developing economies have embarked on structural reforms aimed at dismantling regulations and reducing the extent of distortions affecting different sectors of Cited by: On the Sequencing of Structural Reforms.

[Sebastian Edwards] -- Both OECD and developing economies have embarked on structural reforms aimed at dismantling regulations and reducing the extent of distortions affecting different sectors of their economies.

This paper first critically reviews the LDCs' related literature on sequencing and speed of structural reforms drawing out features which are of relevance for OECD economies. The paper then develops a formal framework based on a welfare criterion for evaluating efficiency effects of structural policies paying particular attention to the way in which distortions interact both intra and inter-temporally.

On the Sequencing of Structural Reforms Both OECD and developing economies have embarked on structural reforms aimed at dismantling regulations and reducing the extent of distortions affecting different sectors of their by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edwards, Sebastian, On the sequencing of structural reforms.

[Paris, France]: OECD, Dept. of Economics and. The book also comprises case studies of structural reforms. A literature survey on the topic serves as a valuable source for further research. The book is written by and targeted at. Structural Reform Packages, Sequencing, and the Informal Economy Prepared by Zsuzsa Munkacsi and Magnus Saxegaard.

Authorized for distribution by Mary Goodman. May Abstract This paper explores the macroeconomic impacts of lroducabor and p On the sequencing of structural reforms.

book market deregulationCited by: 1. Structural reforms are essentially measures that change the fabric of an economy, the institutional and regulatory framework in which businesses and people operate. They are designed to ensure the economy is fit and better able to realise its growth potential in a balanced way.

Aiming for balanced growth. Structural reforms work on the supply side of the economy. On the Sequencing of Structural Reforms. [Sebastian Edwards; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: Both OECD and developing economies have embarked on structural ct: aimed at dismantling regulations and reducing the extent of ct: affecting different.

Structural Reform Packages, Sequencing, and the Informal Economy Prepared by Zsuzsa Munkacsi and Magnus Saxegaard Authorized for distribution by Mary Goodman May Abstract This paper explores the macroeconomic impacts of labor and product market deregulation using a small open-economy model with formal and informal markets.

We examine both the. This paper explores the macroeconomic impacts of labor and product market deregulation using a small open-economy model with formal and informal markets.

We examine both the long-run effects and the transition towards the post-reform equilibrium, while our main focus are reform packages and sequencing.

The unofficial sector is a major determinant of the sign, and, in particular, Cited by: 1. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

This volume examines the impact on economic performance of structural policies-policies that increase the role of market forces and competition in the economy, while maintaining appropriate regulatory frameworks.

The results reflect a new dataset covering reforms of domestic product markets, international trade, the domestic financial sector, and the external capital account, in 91 developed.

The seminar addressed themes such as the sequencing and pacing of structural reforms, the need for a broad political and social acceptance of change and reform, and the need for transparency and accoutability in economic management. Series: Books Notes.

sequencing and speed of reforms. This paper first critically reviews the LDCs' related literature on sequencing and speed of structural reforms drawing Out features which are of relevance for OECD economies. The paper then develops a formal framework based on a welfare criterion for evaluating efficiency effectsCited by: The chapter reviews the literature on the design of structural reforms covering topics such as the initial conditions, the policy mix between fiscal consolidation and structural reforms, the timing (sequencing and pacing) and scope of the reform programme, as well as political economy considerations, in order to identify the factors that account for the success or failure of structural reforms during : Dimitris Katsikas.

IMF-WORLD BANK SPRING MEETINGS. Structural reforms tackle the problems on the supply-side of an economy. Reforms to product markets aim to boost competition among firms, make it easier to start a business, and de-regulate industries like energy and transportation.

the wave of structural reforms in latin america and elsewhere has stimulated the development of a wide body of theoretical literature on the political economy of reform, i.e., the study of the.

Journals & Books; Register Sign in. This paper reviews the theory and empirical evidence on the main policy issues relating to the pace, credibility and sequencing of structural reforms in less developed countries and post-socialist economies. It highlights areas where there is broad consensus as well as widespread disagreement among Cited by:.

Abstract. The wave of structural reforms in Latin America and elsewhere has stimulated the development of a wide body of theoretical literature on the political economy of reform, i. e., the study of the political constraints that condition the timing, speed and sequencing of by:   Structural reforms mean changing the structure - of the economy as a whole, or of a sector.

Could be implied politically. You could, in a broad sense, call India’s independence and Partition as a badly executed structural reform.

In contrast, the.Drawing on new empirical analysis of 30 years of structural reforms across the OECD, this paper sheds light on the impact of reforms over time, identifies the horizon over which their full effects.