IMF Spillover Notes
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- 17/02: Fiscal Spillovers; The Importance of Macroeconomic and Policy Conditions in Transmission
- Patrick Blagrave, Giang Ho, Ksenia Koloskova and Esteban Vesperoni
- 17/01: Spillovers from US Government Spending Shocks; Impact on External Positions
- Adina Popescu and Ippei Shibata
- 16/09: Sub-Saharan African Migration; Patterns and Spillovers
- Jesus R Gonzalez-Garcia, Ermal Hitaj, Montfort Mlachila, Arina Viseth and Mustafa Yenice
- 16/08: Impact of Migration on Income Levels in Advanced Economies
- Florence Jaumotte, Ksenia Koloskova and Sweta Chaman Saxena
- 16/07: China Spillovers; New Evidence From Time-Varying Estimates
- Davide Furceri, João Tovar Jalles and Aleksandra Zdzienicka
- 16/06: China's Footprint in Global Commodity Markets
- Christina Kolerus, Papa M N'Diaye and Christian Saborowski
- 16/05: Spillovers from China; Financial Channels
- Nkunde Mwase, Papa M N'Diaye, Hiroko Oura, Frantisek Ricka, Katsiaryna Svirydzenka and Yuanyan S Zhang
- 16/04: Spillover Implications of China's Slowdown for International Trade
- Patrick Blagrave and Esteban Vesperoni
- 16/03: The Spillover Effects of Russia’s Economic Slowdown on Neighboring Countries
- Ara Stepanyan, Agustin Roitman, Gohar Minasyan, Dragana Ostojic and Natan P. Epstein
- 16/02: Spillovers from Dollar Appreciation
- Julian T Chow, Florence Jaumotte, Seok G Park and Yuanyan S Zhang
- 16/01: Spillover Implications of Differences in Monetary Conditions in the United States and the Euro Area
- Carolina Osorio and Esteban Vesperoni