Dr. Sanjeev Gupta


 


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS



  "A Medium-Term Expenditure Framework for More Effective Fiscal Policy" (with Holger van Eden and David Gentry), in Modernizing China: Investing in Soft Infrastructure, IMF, 2017, edited by W. Raphael Lam, Markus Rodlauer, and Alfred Schipke.
  "Social Security Reform for Sustainability and Equity" (with Mauricio Soto), in Modernizing China: Investing in Soft Infrastructure, IMF, 2017, edited by W. Raphael Lam, Markus Rodlauer, and Alfred Schipke
  Fiscal Policy and Income Inequality: An Overview" (with Benedict Clements, Ruud de Mooij, Maura Francese, and Michael Keen), in Inequality and Fiscal Policy, IMF, 2015, edited by Benedict J Clements, Ruud A de Mooij, Sanjeev Gupta, and Michael Keen.
  The IMF and Income Distribution" (with Benedict Clements, Vitor Gaspar, and Tidiane Kinda), in Inequality and Fiscal Policy, IMF, 2015, edited by Benedict J Clements, Ruud A de Mooij, Sanjeev Gupta, and Michael Keen.
  Fiscal Redistribution in Developing Countries: Overview of Policy Issues and Options" (with Francesca Bastagli and David Coady), in Inequality and Fiscal Policy, IMF, 2015, edited by Benedict J Clements, Ruud A de Mooij, Sanjeev Gupta, and Michael Keen.
  Equity Considerations in the Design of Public Pension Systems" (with Benedict Clements and Csaba Feher), in Inequality and Fiscal Policy, IMF, 2015, edited by Benedict J Clements, Ruud A de Mooij, Sanjeev Gupta, and Michael Keen.
  The Quest for the Holy Grail: Efficient and Equitable Fiscal Consolidation in India" (with Chadi Abdallah, David Coady, and Emine Hanedar), in Inequality and Fiscal Policy, IMF, 2015, edited by Benedict J Clements, Ruud A de Mooij, Sanjeev Gupta, and Michael Keen.
"Fiscal Policy Challenges of Monetary Union in East Africa” (with Jimmy McHugh), in Quest for Regional Integration in the East African Community, IMF, 2014, edited by Paulo Drummond, S. Kal Wajid, and Oral Williams.
"How Effective Is Fiscal Policy Response in Financial Crises? with Emanuele Baldacci and Carlos Mulas-Granados in "Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses" edited by Claessens, Laeven, Kose, and Valencia, IMF, February, 2014.
“East African Monetary Union and Fiscal Policy: Current and Future Challenges” with Jimmy McHugh in “The East African Community After Ten Years--Deepening Integration” Edited by Hamid R. Davoodi International Monetary Fund, 2012
“Natural Resource Endowments, Governance, and Domestic Revenue Mobilization: Lessons for the CEMAC Region” with Eva Jenkner in “Oil Wealth in Central Africa: Policies for Inclusive Growth” edited by Bernardin Akitoby and Sharmini Coorey, IMF, 2012
  Getting it Right: How Fiscal Response Can Shorten the Crisis Length and Raise Growth with Emanuele Baldacci and Carlos Mulas-Granados in Fiscal Policy: Lessons from the Crisis, Bank of Italy, February 2011.
  Enhancing Effectiveness of Aid Utilization in Fragile States In Fragile States: Causes, Costs, and Responses, ed. by Naudé, W.A., Santos-Paulino, A. and McGillivray, M, 2011, Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  Postconflict Countries: Strategy for Rebuilding Fiscal Institutions (with Shamsuddin Tareq, Benedict Clements, Alex Segura, and Rina Bhatachargya),in Making Peace Work: The Challenges of Social and Economic Reconstruction edited by Tony Addison and Tillman Brueck, Palgrave, 2008.
  “Fiscal Consequences of Armed Conflict and Terrorism in Low-and Middle-income Countries” (with B. Clements, R. Bhattarcharya, and S. Chakarvarty) in The Economic Analysis of Terrorism, Edited by Tilman Bruck, Routledge Studies in Defence and Peace Econonomics, 2007.
  “Fiscal Decentralization” in Regional Economic Outlook for sub-Saharan Africa, May 2006 (with Y. Yang and Kevin Carey).
  “Fiscal Policy, Expenditure Composition, and Growth in Low-Income Countries” (with Benedicte Clements, Emanuele Baldacci, and Carlos Mulas-Granados) in IMF-Supported Programs: Recent Staff Research, Edited by Ashoka Mody and Alessandro Rebucci, IMF, 2006.
  “Foreign Aid and Revenue Response: Does the Composition of Aid Matter?” (with B. Clements and others) in Helping Countries Develop: The Role of Fiscal Policy, edited by S. Gupta, B. Clements, and G. Inchauste, IMF 2004 (revised IMF Working Paper 03/176 September 2003).
  “Staying the Course: Maintained Fiscal Control in Developing Countries, A Comment” in Brookings Trade Forum edited by D. Rodrick and S. Collins, 2004, Brookings Institution Press.
  “Issues in Domestic Petroleum Pricing in Oil-Producing Countries” (with B. Clements, K. Fletcher, and G. Inchauste), in Fiscal Policy Formulation and Implementation in Oil Producing Countries, edited by J. Davis, R. Ossowsky, and A. Fedelino, IMF 2003 (revised IMF Working Paper 02/140, August 2002).
  “Patterns of Military Spending After the Cold War,” Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (Paris: UNESCO), September 2002.
 

Corruption and the Provision of Health Care and Education Services” (with H. Davoodi and E. Tiongson), in The Political Economy of Corruption, Arvind K. Jain, ed. (London: Routledge), June 2001 (also IMF Working Paper 00/116, June 2000).

  “What Happened to the Peace Dividend?” (with B. Clements and J. Schiff), The Economics of Defence (Glos. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited), June 2001.
  “Income Distribution and Tax, and Government Social Spending Policies in Developing Countries,” UNU/WIDER Working Paper No. 214 (with K. Chu and H. Davoodi), December 2000. Revised version published in Rising income Inequality and Poverty Reduction: Are They Compatible? Oxford University Press, March 2004 (edited by Andrea Cornea) (revised IMF Working Paper 00/62, March 2000).
  Comments on “Quality and Composition of Public Spending in Africa: Suggestions for Increased Effectiveness,” in Africa: Adjusting to the Challenges of Globalization, edited by Laura Wallace; proceedings of a seminar in Paris (May 4–5, 1998), (Washington: International Monetary Fund), December 1999.
  “Mitigating the Social Costs of the Economic Crisis and the Reform Programs in Asia,” IMF Paper on Policy Analysis and Assessment, 98/7 (with C.McDonald and others). A revised version included in International Economic Policy Review, Vol. 1, 1999, International Monetary Fund (edited by P. Mason, P. Gotur, and T. Lane).
  “Economic Reforms, Social Safety Nets and the Budget in Transition Economies” (with K. Chu), in Fiscal Policy and Economic Reforms, edited by M. Blejer and T. Ter-Minassian, Routledge, London, January 1997.
  “Ethiopia” (with Giorgio Brosio) in Fiscal Federalism in Theory and Practice, edited by T. Ter-Minassian (Washington: International Monetary Fund), 1997.
  “Reforming Ukraine’s Social Safety Net: Short-term and Medium Term Options,” (with E. Harris and Alexandros Mourmouras) in Ukraine—Accelerating the Transition to the Market, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Patrick Lenain; proceedings of a World Bank-IMF Seminar, February 1997.
  “The Black Economy: A Review of Methodologies,” in the Unsanctioned Economy, edited by G.S. Monga and G. Sanctis, Himalaya Publishing Company, Bombay, 1984 (with P. Gupta).
  Pricing Efficiency in Markets for Slaughter Hogs in West Germany, Kieler Wissenschafts-Verlag Vauk, Kiel (with Rolf Mueller), 1981.