The manuals aim at establishing a reliable monitoring and analysis system to alert policy makers about vulnerabilities that could hurt countries under changing global economic conditions. IMAS tries to address three challenges: To bring existing information together into an effective monitoring framework that allows for real-time assessments of the economic and social impacts of changing conditions in the world economy; To analyze risks related to different types of shocks, their transmissions, and likely effects on developing countries and various population groups To inform policy makers so that they can design adequate responses and monitor the effectiveness of the policy actions taken.
Vulnerability Monitor No. 3: World trade recovers, but developing country vulnerability to commodity price swings remains
|Service line:||Evidence-based policy|
|Category:||Economic Vulnerability and Risk Monitoring|
|Created by:||Development Policy and Analysis Division|