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Title Financial programming and policy : the case of Turkey / Richard Barth, William Hemphill, with contributions from Irina Aganina, Susan George, Joshua Greene, Caryl McNeilly, Jukka Paljarvi
Published [Washington, D.C.] : IMF Institute, International Monetary Fund, [2000]
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 457 pages) : illustrations
Summary The art of financial programming is a central element in the design of IMF-supported macroeconomic adjustment programs. This volume, edited by Richard Barth and William Hemphill, includes contributions from staff members of the IMF institute and introduces the reader to the concepts and tools of analysis needed to formulate a financial program. The book presents a series of workshops that explain the accounting identities, behavioral relationships, and forecasting techniques that underlie the constuction of a financial program. The workshops use the case of Turkey to illustrate the techniques
Notes Some online versions lack accompanying media packaged with the printed version
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Finance -- Turkey.
Industrial productivity -- Turkey.
Prices -- Turkey.
Structural adjustment (Economic policy) -- Turkey.
Turkey -- Economic conditions -- 1960-
Turkey -- Economic policy.
Form Electronic book
Author Aganina, Irina, contributor
Barth, Richard C. (Richard Carl), 1938- editor
George, Susan, contributor
Greene, Joshua E., contributor
Hemphill, William Loehr, 1941- editor
McNeilly, C. (Caryl), contributor
Paljarvi, Jukka, contributor
IMF Institute.
ISBN 1455235571 (electronic bk.)
9781455235575 (electronic bk.)