This project seeks to examine the role that budget institutions and the rules and procedures that govern them play in the macroeconomic management of resource-rich economies. The research aims, particularly, to provide a better understanding of the role that fiscal institutions and fiscal rules may play in short run stabilization and economic diversification of resource-endowed countries, especially Arab countries.
Kamiar Mohaddes, ERF Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer and Fellow in Economics at Girton College, University of Cambridge, UK. According to the…read more
The Economic Research Forum (ERF) will hold a conference on Monetary and Fiscal Institutions in Resource-Rich Arab Economies on November…read more
The Fiscal-Monetary Interdependence in Oil-Dependent Arab Economies This blog is written by Ibrahim Elbadawi, director of the Macroeconomics Research and…read more
This blog is written by Hoda Selim, an economist at the Economic Research Forum Natural resource wealth has been often…read more