Economies in Transition: Structural Adjustment in OECD Countries, Volume 68
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1989 - Business & Economics - 217 pages
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1taly allocation assets Australia Austria average banks Belgium budget Canada capital markets cent centralised competition country surveys debt decline deficit demand Denmark developments Diagram domestic Economic Survey effects efficiency employees Europe European countries exports factor Falling Rising financial markets Finland France Germany Greece higher important income tax increased indexation industrial inflation institutions interest payments interest rates investment Ireland Italy Japan labour cost gap labour markets liberalisation Low Low macroeconomic manufacturing marginal measures monetary policy NAIRU NAWRU Netherlands Norway number of countries OECD area OECD countries OECD Secretariat estimates oil shock output Phillips curve Portugal productivity growth public sector rate of unemployment real labour cost real wage recent reduced regulatory relative price Review rise in unemployment Rising Rising Rising share shift Source Spain Stable Rising Sweden Switzerland Table tax rates tax system taxation trade trend unemployed unemployment rate United Kingdom wage differentials wage equations Zealand