Lending Credibility: The International Monetary Fund and the Post-Communist Transition

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BULGARIA

Krassimir Angarski, Associate Professor, Head of the Sofia Tax Division, Ministry of Finance, 1990–94; Director of the Bank Consolidation Company, 1994–95; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Policy, FebruaryMay 1997

Ivan Angelov, Professor, Economic Adviser to Prime Minister Zhan Videnov, 1995–96

Roumen Avramov, Professor, Member of the Board of the Bulgarian National Bank, 1997–

Ivan Batchvarov, Head of the Foreign Financing and Financial Projects Division, Bulgarian National Bank Gergana Beremska, Head of the Analysis and Forecast Division, Government

Debt Department, Ministry of Finance

Lyuben Berov, Professor, Prime Minister, 1993–94; Chairman of the jointstock company “Agroproduct-B”

Ivan Buchvarov, Head of the International Dept, Bulgarian National Bank Liubomir Datsov, various positions, Ministry of Finance, 1992–97; Head of the

Macroeconomic Policy Department, Ministry of Finance, 1997–99

Encho Dimitrov, Head of the Government Debt Issuance Division, Ministry of Finance

Tsacho Filkov, Vice President, Foreign Trade Bank of Bulgaria until 1993, Chairman, Slaviani Bank, 1993–2000

Dimitar Kostov, Deputy Minister of Finance, 1990–95, Minister of Finance, 1995–96; Executive Director of the Central Cooperative Bank, 1996–

Anne McGuirk, Head of the IMF Mission to Bulgaria, 1995–98

Mileti Mladenov, Member of the Board of the Bulgarian National Bank, January 1991-June 1996; Chairman of the Deposit Insurance Fund, 1996–

Mariela Nenova, Director of the Agency for Economic Analysis and Prognosis, Ministry of Finance

Plamen Oresharski, Head of the Treasury Department, Ministry of Finance, 1993–97; Deputy Minister of Finance, 1997

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Figures xi
  • Tables xiii
  • Acronyns xv
  • Preface xix
  • Lending Credibility *
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - Models and Data 13
  • 2 - A Formal Model of Lending Credibility 15
  • Appendix - A Formal Model of Lending Credibility 29
  • 3 - Studying Imf Effectiveness 39
  • 4 - An Empirical Test of the Model 59
  • Part II - History 87
  • 5 - Poland 89
  • 6 - Russia 116
  • 7 - Ukraine 169
  • 8 - Bulgaria 209
  • 9 - Conclusion 233
  • Appendixes 243
  • A - Data 245
  • B - Statistical Methods 250
  • C - List of Interviews 262
  • Bibliography 266
  • Index 279
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