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A User's Guide to the BOP and IIP: The Transition from BPM5 to BPM6
Warnock, Francis E. Technical Note GEM-0135 / Published July 15, 2015 / 11 pages.
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Balance of payments (BOP) accounting conventions, never straightforward, have been complicated recently by the introduction of new standards. This note presents a short description of BOP and international investment position (IIP) data. It refers to data for the United States, Brazil, and South Africa, but given that there are worldwide standards for countries that report BOP and IIP, it should provide guidance for understanding the data of just about any country. It is meant to be a resource that students can refer to time and time again as they gain a deeper understanding of BOP data.


Learning Objectives

This note serves as a resource for students who want to understand BOP data.

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  • Overview

    Balance of payments (BOP) accounting conventions, never straightforward, have been complicated recently by the introduction of new standards. This note presents a short description of BOP and international investment position (IIP) data. It refers to data for the United States, Brazil, and South Africa, but given that there are worldwide standards for countries that report BOP and IIP, it should provide guidance for understanding the data of just about any country. It is meant to be a resource that students can refer to time and time again as they gain a deeper understanding of BOP data.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    This note serves as a resource for students who want to understand BOP data.