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A Medium-Term Macroeconomic Strategy for Algeria : Sustaining Faster Growth with Economic and Social Stability, Volume 2. Annexes

AGGREGATE OUTPUT AGGREGATING GOVERNANCE INDICATORS AGRICULTURE ANNUAL GROWTH ANNUAL GROWTH RATE AVERAGE GROWTH AVERAGE LEVEL BASE YEAR BENCHMARK BLACK MARKET BLACK MARKET PREMIUM BUDGET DEFICITS BUREAUCRACY BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SECTOR CAPITA INCOME CAPITAL ACCUMULATION CAPITAL STOCK COMMERCIAL RISK RATING AGENCIES COMPARATOR COUNTRIES COMPOSITE GOVERNANCE INDICATORS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONSUMPTION GROWTH CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT CORRUPTION COUNTRY RISK COUNTRY VARIATION DEBT DEMOCRACY DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DIMINISHING RETURNS DIRECT INVESTMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE EMPIRICAL LITERATURE EQUILIBRIUM EXPORTS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE GDP PER CAPITA GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL GOVERNANCE INDICATOR GOVERNANCE INDICATORS GOVERNANCE RATINGS GOVERNANCE RESEARCH GROWTH GROWTH GROWTH ACCOUNTING GROWTH DETERMINANTS GROWTH LITERATURE GROWTH PERFORMANCE GROWTH PROCESS GROWTH RATE GROWTH RATES HUMAN CAPITAL IMPORTS IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY INCOME INCOME INCOME LEVELS INCREASE GROWTH INDUSTRIAL SECTOR INFLATION INFLATION RATE INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INSTITUTIONAL WEAKNESSES INVESTMENT RATE INVESTMENT RATIO LABOR FORCE LABOR INPUTS LONG- RUN GROWTH LONG- TERM GROWTH LONG-RUN GROWTH LONG-TERM GROWTH MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MARKET DISTORTIONS NEOCLASSICAL MODELS OIL OIL SECTOR OUTPUT GROWTH PATENTS PER-CAPITA INCOME PERFECT COMPETITION POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL INSTABILITY POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS POLITICAL STABILITY POPULATION DYNAMICS POPULATION GROWTH PRESENT VALUE PRIVATE CONSUMPTION PRODUCTION FUNCTION PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH PROPERTY RIGHTS PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR REAL GDP REFORM PROGRAM REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RULE OF LAW SAVINGS SECONDARY ENROLLMENT SERVICE DELIVERY SHORT-RUN GROWTH STANDARD DEVIATION STATISTICAL COMPILATION TECHNICAL PROGRESS TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS TERMS OF TRADE TFP TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRADE OPENNESS TRANSITION ECONOMIES TRANSPARENCY ECONOMIC GROWTH MACROECONOMIC STABILITY FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY ASSET RETURNS PRIVATIZATION MARKET ECONOMY BANK RESTRUCTURING MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRANSITIONAL ECONOMIES GROWTH POLICY ACCESS TO CREDIT INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SERVICES PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT MINING SECTOR COMPETITIVENESS ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FISCAL POLICY FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY FISCAL MANAGEMENT DEBT MANAGEMENT
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Algeria
2013-07-31T22:13:38Z | 2013-07-31T22:13:38Z | 2003-05-31

This study is part of a series of analytical works on Algeria prepared by the Bank, with the aim of laying out the framework, and facilitating the dialogue for elaborating the Bank's Country Assistance Strategy for Algeria. Companion studies include: "A Private Sector Development Strategy Note: A Diagnostic on Foreign Direct Investment in Algeria" (FIAS). This report is divided into three parts. It presents a diagnostic of the slow growth performance, by benchmarking Algeria's performance against other comparator countries, with the aim of identifying the key bottlenecks to better long-term growth performance in Algeria". Building on this analysis, experience from transition economies, and diagnostics in the companion reports, the second part reviews options in structural reforms to encourage the development of the private sector, by strengthening the investment climate and furthering Algeria's transition to the market. the third part examines options to strengthen the fiscal framework, to insulate the fiscal stance from volatile hydrocarbon fiscal revenues and secure fiscal sustainability, so as to achieve a sustained acceleration of growth. More technical background material of the analysis is presented in the annexes, in volume two.

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