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Presumed Publication B. Voluntary or Presumed Publication Policy for Article IV and UFR Staff Reports C. Options for Going Forward D. Other Issues IV. Issues for Discussion Text Tables 1. The Fund’s Publication Policy at a Glance 2. Trends in Publication Rates of Country Documents Text Boxes 1. Key Elements of the Fund’s Publication Policy 2. How Presumed Publication Works in Practice Appendices I. Recent Developments in Publication Rates II. Research on the Impact of the Publication of Fund Documents III. How Presumed Publication Works in

International Monetary Fund. Strategy, Policy, & Review Department

Summary This report provides an overview of recent developments in the implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy, as required by the Executive Board 1 . It covers documents considered by the Board in 2020 and their respective publication status up to June 2021. To provide some perspective on trends, it compares the implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy on the 2020 documents with preceding years. 2 The overall publication rate for documents considered by the Executive Board was 95 percent in 2020, a slight increase over the average 94

International Monetary Fund

Front Matter Page INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Key Trends in Implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy Prepared by the Policy Development and Review Department In consultation with other Departments Approved by Mark Allen January 31, 2008 Contents List of Abbreviations Introduction I. Trends in Publication Rates Table 1. Trends in Publication Rates Table 2. Trends in Publication Rates of Article IV and UFR Staff Reports II. Lags Between Board Consideration and Publication Table 3. Trends in Publication Lags

International Monetary Fund

Front Matter Page INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Key Trends in Implementation of the Fund’s Transparency Policy Prepared by the Strategy, Policy, and Review Department In consultation with other Departments Approved by Tessa van der Willigen February 23, 2009 Contents List of Abbreviations Introduction I. Trends in Publication Rates Table 1. Trends in Publication Rates Table 2. Trends in Publication Rates of Article IV and UFR Staff Reports II. Lags Between Board Consideration and Publication Table 3. Trends in

International Monetary Fund

Front Matter Page INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Review of the Fund’s Transparency Policy Prepared by the Policy Development and Review Department In consultation with the other departments Approved by Mark Allen May 24, 2005 Contents Executive Summary I. Introduction II. Background on the Current Policy Framework A. The Gradual Move to Greater Transparency B. Comparative Perspective C. Evidence from the Literature III. Recent Trends in Fund Transparency A. Publication Rates B. Publication Lags C. Recourse to

International Monetary Fund

progress made with respect to the publication of country staff reports under the present voluntary guidelines. In the period since the 2002 review, publication rates have generally continued to rise. Almost three quarters of the Fund’s membership have agreed to publish at least one country staff report, and for over 90 percent of members a Public Information Notice (PIN) was published. The publication rates of stand-alone Article IV staff reports reached 66 percent and 71 percent for combined Article IV-UFR staff reports. The publication rate of UFR stand-alone staff

International Monetary Fund

Introduction 1. At the time of the 2005 review of the Fund’s transparency policy, it was agreed that information on key trends in implementation of the transparency policy would be circulated to the Board regularly, along with lists indicating the publication status of reports discussed by the Board. 1 2. The set of tables provided in this report updates the last Key Trends 2 with information on documents published through December 2007. 3 An update will continue to be issued annually to the Executive Board. I. Trends in Publication Rates