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Title Angola : technical assistant report - Angola - fuel price subsidy reform the way forward / Stefania Fabrizio [and three others] ; International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Department
Published Washington, District of Columbia : International Monetary Fund, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (38 pages) : illustrations (some color), tables, graphs
Series IMF Staff Country Reports ; v. Country Report No. 15/28
IMF Staff Country Reports
Contents Cover; Contents; Preface; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. An Illustrative Action Plan for Subsidy Reform; 2. Action Plan: Cumulative Fuel Price Subsidies and Fiscal Savings; I. Introduction; II. The Costs of Fuel Price Subsidies; Figures; 1. Retail Fuel Prices and Subsidies, 2014; 2. Retail Fuel Prices in Selected Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2012; 3. Parameters Used to Determine Subsides, 2014; 3. Consumption of Fuel Products by Sector, 2014; Box; 1. The Downstream Oil Sector in Angola; 4. Subsidies and International Oil Prices, 2006-20
4. Magnitude and Sequencing of Fuel Price AdjustmentsC. Illustrative Action Plan: Fiscal, Sectoral, and Inflationary Impact; 5. Fiscal Impact of Subsidy Reform; 10. Energy Intensity Index; Appendices; I. Fuel-Intensive Sectors; II. Distributional Incidence of the Fuel Price Subsidies; 6. Household Characteristics by Income Quintile; 7. Expenditure on Subsidized Fuel Products; 8. Distribution of Subsidies by Household Income; 9. Welfare Impact of Eliminating Price Subsidies; 10. Indirect Price and Real Income Effect by Sector
5. Spending on Fuel Subsidies, Education, and Health, 2014III. Distributional Incidence of Fuel Price Subsidies; 6. Consumption by Fuel Product, Economic Sector, and Income Quintile, 2014; 7. Fuel Price Subsidies by Income Quintile, 2014; 8. Direct and Indirect Consumption of Fuel Products by Income Quintile, 2014; 9. Welfare Impact of Fuel Subsidy Reform; IV. Role of Social Assistance in Fuel Subsidy Reform; V. Illustrative Action Plan for Fuel Subsidy Reform; A. Policy Challenges: Lessons from International Experience; B. Stages and Tasks
III. Reducing the Impact of Fuel Subsidy Reform on the Most Vulnerable: The Role of Social AssistanceIV. Estimating the Impact of Fuel Subsidy Reform on Domestic Prices; 11. Mapping between Input Output Tables and CPI Basket; 12. First-Round Effect of Fuel Subsidy Reform on Domestic Prices; References
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF cover (ebrary, viewed March 6, 2015)
Subject International Monetary Fund -- Angola.
Energy industries -- Angola.
Energy policy -- Angola.
Fiscal policy -- Angola.
Petroleum products -- Prices -- Subsidies -- Angola.
Technical assistance -- Angola.
Form Electronic book
Author Fabrizio, Stefania, author
International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Department, issuing body
ISBN 1498302386 (e-book)
9781498302388 (e-book)