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000 inhabitants agreement Agriculture Althing aluminium Bank of Iceland billion boost budget catch cent of GDP Central Bank compulsory level compulsory schooling costs current account deficit domestic demand drop-out earnings effects employees especially exchange rate expenditure exports Faroe Islands Figure finances fish processing foreign exchange market GDP deflator Gross fixed growth higher IKr million important improved indexed Indirect taxes inflation interest rates investment krona labour force participation Labour Market Statistics National Economic Institute Nordic countries OECD country mean Oskarsdottir outcomes overtime participation rates payments pension percentage points product market competition programmes public sector Purchasing Power Parities ratio recent reflecting revenues rise skills Source spending studies subsidy supply shocks Table target band teachers tertiary level Total Treasury unemployed unemployment rate United Kingdom University of Iceland upper secondary level upper secondary school vocational VOTEC wage negotiations workers
Page 126 - Benefit entitlement before tax as a percentage of previous earnings before tax. Data shown are averages over replacement rates at two earnings levels (average earnings and two-thirds of average earnings).
Page 154 - Table B. Supply and use of resources IKr. million, constant 1990 prices Expenditure on final domestic use Change in stocks of export products National expenditure Exports of goods and services Imports of goods and services Gross domestic product (market prices) Gross national product (market prices) Effect of changes in terms of trade Gross national income...
Page 145 - Inflation and Economic Growth", National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper, No. 5326, October.
Page 47 - ... daytime earnings. Benefits will be based on average life-time total earnings adjusted for inflation. Pension rights will accrue at 1.9 percentage points per year. In addition, those who delay their retirement until after age 65 will boost rights by 6 percentage points per year...
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