A Financial Social Accounting Matrix for the Integrated Macroeconomic Model for Poverty Analysis: Application to Cameroon with a Fixed-price Multiplier Analysis
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accounts of economic Agenor aggregate demand Cameroon Cameroonian economy capital accounts capital shares capitalist households Central Bank CFA Franc changes in assets commercial banks countries current account domestic economic agents endogenous accounts exogenous expenditures exports external debt February 2004 February Fiduciary Currencies financial assets Financial Companies fixed-prices multipliers Fofack formal sector framework growth and income growth rates HIPC Householsp IMMPA model income effects increased public investment informal sector activities informal sector employment informal sector production intermediate consumption International Monetary Fund labor force labor market macroeconomic multipliers matrix percent post-devaluation growth period poverty reduction strategies production sectors Production Urban Corporate public savings Public Sector Production reflects rural areas rural households Rural Non Traders Rural Production Urban simulated social accounting matrix structure traded agricultural traded production Traded Rural Production Unsk uoipnporj urban areas Urban Corporate Production Urban Informal Production Urban Private Production Urban Skilled Households wages World Bank