Managing Commodity Booms--and Busts
World Bank Discussion Paper No. 314. In 1994, Colombia replaced its state-run, pay-as-you-go pension system with a privately run, fully-funded scheme. This study analyzes prospective fiscal and macroeconomic implications of the reform. It compares the features of the country's old and new pension systems, puts them in a broader international context, and examines the reform transition
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Page 20 - In the past, many commodity-exporting countries have entered such agreements in an attempt to stabilize and, in many cases, raise prices. In anything but the short term, none has succeeded. References Adams, Robin G. (Resource Strategies, Inc.). 1995. Interview in The Financial Times, March 31 . Bauer, Peter. 1984. "Remembrance of Studies Past: Retracing First Steps.
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Page 21 - Kenya, 1975-81." In Tony Killick, ed., The IMF and Stabilization. London: Heinemann.
Page 15 - On the fiscal side, coffee tax revenues were used to turn a deficit of 5.2 percent of GDP in 1984 into a small surplus in 1986.
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