Included in this list are various references to non-World Bank materials. And while we hope you find these references to be of value, please note the World Bank is not responsible for the content of non-World Bank materials.
Asian Development Bank. 2013. Asian Development Outlook, 2013: Asia’a Energy Challenge. Asian Development Bank, Manilla, Phillipinnes.
Alan Heston, Robert Summers and Bettina Aten. Penn World Table Version 7.1, Center for International Comparisons of Production, Income and Prices at the University of Pennsylvania, Nov 2012.
Burns, A., Janse van Rensburg, T. and Bui, T. 2013. “Estimating Potential Output in Developing Countries”. World Bank Prospects Paper (forthcoming).
Cuddington, John T. and Abdel M. Zellou. 2013. “A Simple Mineral Market Model: Can it Produce Super Cycles in prices?” Resources Policy, vol. 38, pp. 75-87.
Ehlers, N., Mboji, L. and Small, M. 2013. “The Pace of Potential Output Growth in the South African Economy.” South African Reserve Bank Working Paper WP/13/01, South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria.
Erten Bilge and Jose Ocampo. (2012). “Super-Cycles of Commodity Prices since the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Working Paper Series, Columbia University.
Heap, Alan. 2005. “China—The Engine of a Commodities Super Cycle.” Citigroup Smith Barney, New York.
IMF (International Monetary Fund). 2005. World Economic Outlook. Washington, DC: IMF.
_____. 2013a. Fiscal Monitor Report. April, Washington, DC: IMF.
_____. 2013b. Global Financial Stability Report. April, Washington, DC: IMF.
_____. 2013c. World Economic Outlook. April, Washington, DC: IMF.
_____. 2013d. Unconventional Monetary Policies—Recent experience and prospects. May, Washington, DC: IMF.
International Energy Agency (IEA). 2012a. Oil Market Report (13 November 2012). OECD/IEA, Paris.
_____. 2012b. World Energy Outlook 2012. OECD/IEA, Paris.
Jerrett, Daniel and Cuddington, John T. 2008. “Broadening the Statistical Search for Metal Price Super Cycles to Steel and Related Metals.” Resources Policy, vol. 33, pp. 188-195.
Kennedy, Michael and Palerm, Angel. 2010. “Emerging Market Bond Spreads: The Role of World Financial Market Conditions and Country- Specific Factors.” World Bank Prospects Working Paper, Washington, DC.
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTPROSPECTS/Resources/334934-1295458722434/ProspectsPaper2010Nov.pdf (downloaded 5/24/2013)
_____. 2013. “Emerging Market Bond Spreads: The role of global and domestic factors from 2002 to 2011”, Journal of International Money and Finance (forthcoming).
OECD Briefing Note. 2013. "Aid to poor countries slips further as governments tighten budgets".
World Bank. 2011b. Global Economic Prospects: Finance, Maintaining Progress amid Turmoil. World Bank. Washington DC.
_____. 2012a. Global Economic Prospects: Uncertainties and Vulnerabilities. World Bank. Washington DC.
_____. 2012b. Global Economic Prospects: Managing Growth in a Volatile World. World Bank. Washington DC.
_____. 2013a. Global Economic Prospects: Assuring growth over the medium term. World Bank. Washington DC.
_____. 2013b. Migration and Development Brief, No. 20. Washington, DC. World Bank.