Dr. Sanjeev Gupta | Other Publication

Dr. Sanjeev Gupta


 


Other Publications

"Now or Later? The Political Economy of Public Investment in Democracies" By Sanjeev Gupta, Estelle Liu, and Carlos Mulas-Granados. Working Paper No. 15/175 Publication date: July, 2015
"Direct Distribution of Resource Revenues: Worth Considering?" With Alex Segura and Enrique Flores, IMF Staff Discussion Note, SDN/14/05
"Resource Blessing, Revenue Curse? Domestic Revenue Effort in Resource-Rich Countries" By Ernesto Crivelli and Sanjeev Gupta Working Paper No. 14/5 Publication Date: January 14, 2014
"Debt Reduction, Fiscal Adjustment, and Growth in Credit-Constrained Economies" By Emanuele Baldacci ; Sanjeev Gupta ; Carlos Mulas-Granados Working Paper No. 13/238 Publication Date: November 22, 2013
"Income Inequality and Fiscal Policy" By Francesca Bastagli, David Coady, and Sanjeev Gupta, Inequality in Focus, World Bank, Volume 1, Number 3; October 2012
"Financing Health Care Reform in Emerging Economies” By Sanjeev Gupta and Baoping Shang Commonwealth Finance Ministers Report, 2012-2013
"Accelerating the Transition out of Fragility: The Role of Finance and Public Financial Management Reform," Overseas Development Institute, November 2010.
"Restoring Debt Sustainability After Crises: Implications for the Fiscal Mix,” IMF Working Paper, WP/10/232. with Emanuele Baldacci and Carlos Mulas-Granados
"Evaluating Government Employment and Compensation". IMF Technical Note and Manual, TNM/10/15 with B. Clements, I. Karpowicz, and S. Tareq
"Public Capital and Growth,” IMF Working Paper, WP/10/175 (with A. Serkan, F. Bornhorst and E. Sze)
Concern over IMF Impact on Health Spending IMF Survey Magazine Health, Social Spending Vital in IMF-Supported Programs IMF Survey Magazine: Interview
How Effective is Fiscal Policy Response in Systemic Banking Crises?IMF Working Paper, WP 09/100 (with E. Baldacci)
  Enhancing Effective Utilization of Aid in Fragile States,; UNU-WIDER Research Paper No. 2008/07, February 2008.
  “Economic Costs of Corruption,” Transparency Watch, December 2007.
  “Developing economic stabilisation,” Capacity.Org, Vol 32, December 2007.
  “Postconflict Countries: Strategy for Rebuilding Fiscal Institutions,” UNU-WIDER Research Paper No. 2007/41 (with S. Tareq, B. Clements, A. Segura-Ubiergo, and R. Bhattacharya).
  “Setting the Seven Development Goals,” OECD Observer, December 2000, (with B. Hammond and E. Swanson).
 

“Military Expenditures Stabilize During 1999; Variations Persist in Different Regions,” IMF Survey, May 22, 2000, Vol. 29, No. 10, pp. 175–76 (with L. de Mello and R. Sab).

  “Rise in Social Spending Under IMF Programs Continues, But Benefits Are Unequal,” IMF Survey, March 20, 2000, Vol. 29, No. 6, pp. 95–96 (with R. Gillingham, M. Verhoeven, and E. Tiongson).
  “Military Spending Continues to Stabilize; Some Countries Increase Social Spending” in IMF Survey, June 7, 1999, Vol. 28, No. 11, pp. 186–8, June 1999 (with C. McDonald, L. de Mello, and R. Sab).
  “Education and Health Spending Continues Rise in Countries with IMF-Supported Programs,” in IMF Survey, March 8, 1999 (with G. Yamada and E. Tiongson).
  “Should Equity Be a Goal of Economic Policy?” Economic Issues No. 16, December 1998 (with B. Clements and others).
  “Worldwide Military Expenditure Appear to Have Leveled Off,” IMF Survey, May 11, 1998 p 149-150 (with C. McDonald and E. Ruggiero).
  “Social Spending Rises and Indicators Improve With IMF-Supported Programs,” IMF Survey, February 23, 1998 (with B. Clements, M. Verhoeven, and E. Tiongson).
  “Countries With ESAF-Supported Programs Show Progress in Social Spending, Social Indicators,” IMF Survey, July 1997 (with B. Clements and M. Verhoeven).
  “Worldwide Military Expenditure Continue to Fall, but at Slower Pace,” IMF Survey, April 1997 (with B. Clements and E. Ruggiero).
  “Drop in World Military Spending Yields Large Dividend,” IMF Survey, June 1996 (with J. Schiff and B. Clements).
  “Commodity Booms and Government Expenditure Responses,” IMF Working Paper 91/44, March 1992 (with K. Miranda).