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Fiscal policy for economic development: an overview /Benedict Clements, Sanjeev Gupta, Gabriela Inchauste Fiscal policy, expenditure composition, and growth in low-income countries /Sanjeev Gupta ... [et al.] Persistence of fiscal adjustments and expenditure composition in low-income countries /Emanuele Baldacci ... [et al.] Growth, governance, and fiscal policy transmission channels in low-income countries /Emanuele Baldacci, Arye L. Hillman, Naoko Kojo External debt, public investment and growth in low-income countries /Benedict Clements, Rina Bhattacharya, Tuan Quoc Nguyen A framework for fiscal debt sustainability analysis in low-income countries /Emanuele Baldacci, Kevin Fletcher Experience with budgetary convergence in the WAEMU /Ousmane Doré, Paul R. Masson The effectiveness of government spending on education and health care in developing and transition economies /Sanjeev Gupta, Marijn Verhoeven, Erwin R. Tiongson Public spending on health care and the poor /Sanjeev Gupta, Marijn Verhoeven, Erwin R. Tiongson User payments for basic education in low-income countries /Arye L. Hillman, Eva Jenkner The efficiency of government expenditure: experiences from Africa /Sanjeev Gupta, Marijn Verhoeven Tax policy in developing countries: some lessons from the 1990s and some challenges ahead /Michael Keen, Alejandro Simone Social impact of a tax reform: the case of Ethiopia /Sònia Muñoz, Stanley Sang-Wook Cho Foreign aid and revenue response: does the composition of aid matter? /Sanjeev Gupta ... [et al.] More aid: making it work for the poor /Peter S. Heller, Sanjeev Gupta Aid and fiscal management /Alex̌ Bulíř, Timothy Lane Foreign aid and consumption smoothing: evidence from global food aid /Sanjeev Gupta, Benedict Clements, Erwin R. Tiongson Fiscal consequences of armed conflict and terrorism in low- and middle-income countries /Sanjeev Gupta ... [et al.] A comparison between two public expenditure management systems in Africa /Ian Lienert.