World Economic Outlook, October 2013

Full Title: World Economic Outlook, October 2013: Transition And Tensions
Author/Editor(s): International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1484380355, 9781484380352
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
Published Place: Washington, D.C.
Published/Copyright Year: 2013
Language: Chinese
Series: World Economic Outlook ( Volume World Economic And Financial Surveys )
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Number of pages: 1 online resource (205 pages)
Administered Price
Aggregate Demand
Asian Crisis
Average Inflation
Balance Of Payments
Banking Crises
Banking Crisis
Bilateral Trade
Bond Premium
Bond Prices
Bond Yields
Budget Projections
Capital Account Liberalization
Capital Account Policies
Capital Accumulation
Capital Adequacy
Capital Adequacy Ratios
Capital Controls
Capital Expenditures
Capital Flow Restrictions
Capital Flow Reversals
Capital Flow Volatility
Capital Flows
Capital Formation
Capital Inflows
Capital Markets
Capital Mobility
Capital Movements
Capital Outflows
Capital Spending
Capital Transactions
Central Bank
Central Banks
Commercial Debt
Commodity Exporters
Commodity Markets
Commodity Prices
Consumer Price Index
Corporate Bonds
Credit Expansion
Currency Appreciation
Currency Board
Currency Crises
Currency Crisis
Currency Debt
Currency Mismatches
Currency Values
Current Account
Current Account Adjustments
Current Account Balance
Current Account Balances
Current Account Deficits
Current Account Surplus
Current Account Surpluses
Current Accounts
Debt Burdens
Debt Crises
Debt Crisis
Debt Data
Debt Dynamics
Debt Forgiveness
Debt Outstanding
Debt Overhang
Debt Overhangs
Debt Ratio
Debt Ratios
Debt Relief
Debt Relief Initiatives
Debt Restructuring
Debt Service Projections
Debt Servicing
Debt Stocks
Debt Sustainability
Depreciating Exchange Rate
Domestic Bonds
Domestic Capital
Domestic Credit
Domestic Credit Expansion
Domestic Currency
Domestic Demand
Domestic Economy
Domestic Investment
Domestic Investors
Domestic Savings
Domestic Shocks
Dynamic Impact
Economic Cooperation
Economic Integration
Equilibrium Exchange Rate
Equity Prices
Equity Returns
Equity Securities
Equity Shares
European Recession
Excess Volatility
Excessive Volatility
Exchange Arrangements
Exchange Rate
Exchange Rate Arrangements
Exchange Rate Band
Exchange Rate Depreciation
Exchange Rate Flexibility
Exchange Rate Management
Exchange Rate Mechanism
Exchange Rate Movements
Exchange Rate Regime
Exchange Rate Regimes
Exchange Rate Transactions
Exchange Rate Volatility
Exchange Rates
Exchange Restrictions
Exchange Risk
Exchange Risks
Exchange Transactions
Expectations Of Inflation
Exporting Countries
External Borrowing
External Debt
External Debt Burdens
External Debt Servicing
External Finance
External Financing
External Funding
External Liabilities
External Payments
External Payments Arrears
External Shocks
Financial Contagion
Financial Crises
Financial Crisis
Financial Integration
Financial Liberalization
Financial Stability
Fiscal Shock
Fixed Exchange Rate
Fixed Exchange Rate Regime
Flexible Exchange Rate
Flexible Exchange Rate Regimes
Flexible Exchange Rates
Floating Exchange Rate
Floating Exchange Rate Regime
Floating Exchange Rates
Flows Of Capital
Foreign Capital
Foreign Capital Flows
Foreign Capital Inflows
Foreign Currency Debt
Foreign Debt
Foreign Exchange
Foreign Exchange Market
Foreign Exchange Risk
Foreign Exchange Risks
Foreign Exchange Transactions
Foreign Investment
Free Capital Flows
Freely Floating Exchange Rate
Futures Markets
Gdp Deflator
Global Capital Flows
Global Capital Markets
Global Current Account
Global Financial Crisis
Global Liquidity
Global Markets
Government Bond Yields
Government Bonds
Government Debt
Idiosyncratic Factors
Idiosyncratic Shocks
Increase In Inflation
Inflation Objective
Inflation Rates
Inflation Target
Inflationary Pressures
International Capital
International Capital Flows
International Capital Market
International Capital Markets
International Standards
Investor Confidence
Long-term Debt
Long-term Interest Rates
Long-term Loans
Loss Of Confidence
Low Inflation
Low Trade
Lower Inflation
Macroeconomic Stability
Management Of Capital Flows
Market Asset
Market Bond
Market Fragmentation
Market Integration
Market Liberalization
Monetary Conditions
Monetary Fund
Monetary Policies
Monetary Policy
Monetary Policy Framework
Monetary Theory
Monetary Union
Monetary Unions
Movements In Exchange Rates
Multilateral Debt Relief
Multilateral Surveillance
Multiple Sources
Neighboring Countries
Net Capital Flows
Net Debtor
Net Debtors
Net Exports
Net External Liabilities
Nominal Exchange Rate
Official Creditors
Official Flows
Oil Exporters
Oil Importers
Oil Prices
Oil Revenues
Oil Shock
Oil-importing Economies
Open Capital Markets
Open Economy
Open Market
Openness To Capital Flows
Options Contracts
Options Markets
Output Growth
Percent Inflation
Price Competitiveness
Price Level
Private Capital
Private Creditors
Private Debt
Private Flows
Private Inflows
Private Investors
Private Sector Borrowing
Public Debt
Public Finances
Purchasing Power
Purchasing Power Parity
Real Effective Exchange Rates
Real Exchange Rates
Real Interest Rates
Real Output
Regional Trade Agreements
Relative Price
Relative Prices
Reserve Asset
Reserve Assets
Rising Inflation
Risk Aversion
Shock Absorbers
Short-term Capital
Short-term Debt
Social Safety Nets
Social Unrest
Sovereign Bond
Sovereign Bonds
Sovereign Debt
Sovereign Debt Crisis
Speculative Attacks
Stock Market
Strong Capital Inflows
Supply Chain
Systemic Banking Crises
Systemic Banking Crisis
Total External Debt
Trade Data
Trade Integration
Trade Openness
Trading Partners
Unemployment Rate
Variable Inflation
Volatile Capital
Volatility Of Capital Flows
Volatility Of Capital Inflows
World Economy

Global growth is in low gear, and the drivers of activity are changing. These dynamics raise new policy challenges. Advanced economies are growing again but must continue financial sector repair, pursue fiscal consolidation, and spur job growth. Emerging market economies face the dual challenges of slowing growth and tighter global financial conditions. This issue of the World Economic Outlook examines the potential spillovers from these transitions and the appropriate policy responses.
Chapter 3 explores how output comovements are influenced by policy and financial shocks, growth surprises, and other linkages.
Chapter 4 assesses why certain emerging market economies were able to avoid the classical boom-and-bust cycle in the face of volatile capital flows during the global financial crisis.

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