From Transition to Market Evidence and Growth Prospects

This paper presents evidence on the behavior of output and inflation in the transition economies during 1992-95. A regression analysis explores the differences in output performance across the transition economies during this period. The paper then engages in a numerical, somewhat speculative, exerc...

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Main Author: Sahay, Ratna
Other Authors: Fischer, Stanley, Végh Gramont, Carlos A.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Washington, D.C. International Monetary Fund 1998, 1998
Series:IMF Working Papers; Working Paper
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520 |a This paper presents evidence on the behavior of output and inflation in the transition economies during 1992-95. A regression analysis explores the differences in output performance across the transition economies during this period. The paper then engages in a numerical, somewhat speculative, exercise to assess the long-run growth potential of the transition economies. It concludes that it should take about 20 years for the faster reformers to reach current OECD per capita levels