Economics Survey of Europe, 1998: Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, Issue 2
Find analyses of the development of the European economy and changes to economic policies of Eastern and Western Europe. Data include output and the structure of demand, costs, prices, income, employment and unemployment, and foreign trade and payments.Chapters cover: the current economic situation in the ECE economies and the short-run outlook; the western market economies; and the transition economies. Tables and charts present data on expectations and outcomes, labor markets, costs and prices, external balances, monetary policy and monetary conditions, output and demand, macroeconomic policies, external financial development in the transition economies, and foreign trade. A statistical appendix; a list of tables, charts, and boxes; explanatory notes; source notes; and a list of abbreviations are also featured.
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THE ECE ECONOMIES AT MID1998
Basic economic indicators for the ECE transition economies 19951998
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