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Author Fayad, Ghada.
Title How Do Member Countries Receive IMF Policy Advice : Results from a State-of-the-art Sentiment Index / Ghada Fayad.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2020.

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Author Fayad, Ghada.
Series IMF Working Papers, 1018-5941
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper ; no. 20/7.
Alt Name Huang, Chengyu.
Shibuya, Yoko.
Zhao, Peng.
Description 1 online resource (42 pages)
Summary This paper applies state-of-the-art deep learning techniques to develop the first sentiment index measuring member countries' reception of IMF policy advice at the time of Article IV Consultations. This paper finds that while authorities of member countries largely agree with Fund advice, there is variation across country size, external openness, policy sectors and their assessed riskiness, political systems, and commodity export intensity. The paper also looks at how sentiment changes during and after a financial arrangement or program with the Fund, as well as when a country receives IMF technical assistance. The results shed light on key aspects on Fund surveillance while redefining how the IMF can view its relevance, value added, and traction with its member countries.
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ISBN 1513526014
9781513526010
9781513526010
ISBN/ISSN 10.5089/9781513526010.001
OCLC # 1143688299
Additional Format Print Version: Fayad, Ghada. How Do Member Countries Receive IMF Policy Advice: Results from a State-of-the-art Sentiment Index. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2020 9781513526010



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