DUBROVNIK CONFERENCES IN THE IMF SURVEY


The IMF Survey is the publication of the International Monetary Fund providing an insight in the IMF's activities, policies, and research in the context of global economic and financial developments. It is published every two weeks.



"Emerging Market and Transition Economies Face Special Challenges in Globalized Economy"
- review of the 7th Dubrovnik Economic Conference discussions and conclusions
IMF Survey, July 30, 2001, (p. 258-260)
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"Participants Address Exchange Rate and Financial Vulnerability in Emerging Markets" - review of the 6th Dubrovnik Economic Conference discussions and conclusions
IMF Survey, August 14, 2000, (p. 269-270)
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"Participants Conclude Economic Transition Was More Difficult Than Expected" - review of the 5th
Dubrovnik Economic Conference discussions and conclusions
IMF Survey, August 2, 1999
, (p. 254-256)
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"Discussions Focus on Central Banking Issues, Financial Stability in Transition Economies" - review of the 4th Dubrovnik Economic Conference discussions and conclusions
IMF Survey, August 3, 1998, (p. 241-243)
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