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Title Nigeria : selected issues / prepared by Moataz El Said, Mika Saito, Marwa Ibrahim, Sebastian Corrales, Allison Holland, Miriam Tamene, Sampawende Jules Tapsoba, Andrew Swiston, with administrative assistance from Naa-Kwaakai Quartey.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, [2016]
2016

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Series IMF Country Report ; No. 16/102
IMF country report ; no. 16/102.
Subject International Monetary Fund -- Nigeria.
Economic development -- Nigeria.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Nigeria.
Petroleum products -- Prices -- Nigeria.
Monetary policy -- Nigeria.
Financial institutions -- Nigeria.
Infrastructure (Economics) -- Nigeria.
Alt Name El-Said, Moataz,
Saito, Mika, 1967-
Ibrahim, Marwa.
Corrales, Sebastian,
Holland, Allison,
Tamene, Miriam,
Tapsoba, Sampawende J.-A. (Sampawende Jules-Armand),
Swiston, A. (Andrew James),
International Monetary Fund.
International Monetary Fund. African Department.
Description 1 online resource (59 pages) : color illustrations.
Note "April 2016."
"March 17, 2016; approved by African Department; prepared by Moataz El Said, Mika Saito, Marwa Ibrahim, and Sebastian Corrales (all AFR), Allison Holland and Miriam Tamene (MCM), Sampawende Jules Tapsoba (FAD), and Andrew Swiston (SPR) with administrative assistance from Naa-Kwaakai Quartey."--P. 2 of pdf.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Options and strategies for a fiscal rule for Nigeria's oil wealth management -- Enhancing the effectiveness of monetary policy in Nigeria -- Capital flows to Nigeria: recent developments and prospects -- Financial deepening and the non-oil sector growth in Nigeria.
Note Description based on online resource; title from pdf title page (IMF website, viewed May 12, 2016).
Summary This paper discusses a few selected issues of the Nigerian economy-options and strategies for a fiscal rule for oil wealth management, enhancing the effectiveness of monetary policy, and recent developments and prospects of capital flow. Despite its diversified economy, Nigeria's fiscal policy is heavily dependent on the oil sector. This paper explores options for a formalized rule-based approach to setting a 'depoliticized' budget oil price. Two boom-and-bust episodes since early 2000 have highlighted the challenges in the current monetary policy framework. Nigeria has also been characterized by sizable capital outflows, which have diminished recently.
ISBN 1475550553
9781475550559
9781475550559
ISSN 1934-7685
ISBN/ISSN 10.5089/9781475550559.002
OCLC # 949677483
Additional Format Print Version: Nigeria : Selected Issues. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2016. 9781475550559



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