Subnational Capital Markets in Developing Countries: From Theory to Practice

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Index
Note: italics used as follows: f for figures, n for notes, t for tables, b for boxes
A
ABS. See asset-backed security (ABS)
accounting, 23b2.2, 25, 145–46, 213
accrual, 133, 137n11
cash accounting, 132–33, 137nn8–9
Czech Republic, 510
differences in, 134b9.2 and financial disclosure, 132–36, 136–37nn6–13
International Federation of Accounting, 136n7
Philippines, 480
and transparency, 23
adverse selection, 20, 115, 176
affordability analysis, 195–96b12.6, 197
Agricultural Finance Corporation, Zimbabwe, 340
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, India, 423–25, 425t24.4, 442n3
airports, South Africa, 322
Alam, Asad, 571–91
Alandur Sewerage Project, India, 435–364b24.1
Albania, 116–17b8.1
Amanah Bank, Philippines, 484n1
amortized payment structures, 311
appropriated funds, 303
appropriations, as security, 74n2
arbitrage bonds, 576
Argentina, 26–27n4
background, 219–22
budgets, 26n3
Convertibility Plan, 219, 221, 225, 242
economic history, 221–22
intergovernmental relations, 222–24, 239–40, 258n1
subnational debt
City of Buenos Aires bond issue, 247–53, 259n10
collateral for borrowing, 230–32, 258nn5–6
debt service, 228–29, 258n2
experience with subnational bonds, 232–37, 258n7
impact of devaluation on, 229–30
monitoring and intervention in, 159–60
overview, 219–20, 225–28, 258nn3–4
Province of Buenos Aires bond program, 253–58
provincial debt swaps, 226, 229, 238

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