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International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

, Anil K. Kashyap , and Hyun Song Shin . The journal received its first Impact Factor, 2.100 , with the release of the latest Tomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports (JCR), and was ranked 37/320 in the Economics category and 9/86 in the Business and Finance category. For ongoing access, recommend IMF Economic Review to your librarian or information manager, or learn more about subscribing by visiting: www.palgrave-journals.com/imfer/

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

IMF Economic Review (IMFER) is the official research journal of the International Monetary Fund, bringing you policy-relevant and innovative academic research on global macroeconomics. The journal is essential reading for anyone interested in questions related to global economic policies, open economy macroeconomics, and international finance and trade. Impact Factor News We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Impact Factor for IMF Economic Review is 2.366*. IMFER is ranked 7 of 94 in the Business, Finance category, and 32 of 344 in the

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

Finance category. The rank-in-category is based on the journal impact factor. IMF Economic Review is fast realizing its potential to become an outlet that competes with the top business and economic journals in the field. Its Impact Factor score was either higher or comparable to Journal of International Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics , and Economic Policy . The JCR impact factor is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year or period. Please visit www

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release of the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports ®, ranking 25th out of 333 journals in the Economics category and 5th out of 89 journals in the Business and Finance category. Since its debut in August 2010, the journal has published high-quality articles from prominent economists such as Viral V. Acharya, Patrick Bolton, Ricardo Caballero, Peter Diamond, and Hyun Song Shin. The expert research published in the journal has influenced academia, the broader research community, and policymakers worldwide. Start reading articles at: bit

International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.

The IMF Economic Review has received its new Impact Factor, 2.53, with the release of the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports . This marks an increase from last year’s impressive first Impact Factor of 2.1. The journal’s rankings have risen to 25/332 in the Economics category and 5/86 in the Business, Finance category. The Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year or period. “When I asked Pierre-Olivier Gou-rinchas and Ayhan Kose to start the IMF

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

. First, the residual expenditure category “items not identified elsewhere” (that can amount to 3 percent of GDP) should be disaggregated. Second, below-the-line financing does not add up to the fiscal deficit without further adjustments. Third, each financing category has a component “other financial transactions” (in addition to disbursements and amortizations) that should be clarified. Fourth, the authorities combine commercial bank financing and central bank financing into one aggregate category “net recourse to the monetary system”. This item should be

International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.

, below-the-line financing does not add up to the fiscal deficit without further adjustments. Third, each financing category has a component “other financial transactions” (in addition to disbursements and amortizations) that should be clarified. Fourth, the authorities combine commercial bank financing and central bank financing into one aggregate category “net recourse to the monetary system”. This item should be disaggregated. Fifth, the authorities should reflect the revenue from the AZV levy and record the transfer of those proceeds to the AZV as the corresponding