Economic Survey of Europe, 2002 No. 1
Since 1948 the Economic Survey of Europe provides regular, comprehensive analyses of economic developments and prospects in the entire ECE region. Following the radical changes in political regimes in the formerly centrally planned economies of the ECE region, the Survey has since 1990 placed particular emphasis on developments in the countries in transition of eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and the western response in terms of aid, trade and private investment. Starting in 1998 issues of the Survey have incorporated the Economic Bulletin for Europe.
Issue No. 1 of the 2002 Survey is available below in MS Word and PDF format. It is also available as a United Nations publication (Sales No. E.02.II.E.7). Part One of this issue contains a review and assessment of recent macroeconomic trends and prospects in the whole of Europe, the CIS and North America. Part Two and Three contain special studies on
- Technological activity in the ECE region during the 1990s;
- Alternative policies for approaching EMU accession by central and east European countries;
- New forms of household formation in central and eastern Europe: are they related to newly emerging value orientations?
Part Four contains a Statistical Appendix with long time series for a large array of variables.
For an overview of the Survey please view the Press Releases below
Capital flows to the transition economies weather the global slowdown Russia: an engine of growth for the CIS Transition economies: one of the fastest growing regions in the world in 2001 slower growth in 2002 2002 - United States: leading the global recovery Western Europe: moderate growth prospects
Below are selected elements of this issue of the Survey.
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|Table of Contents - (Full version)||PDF@ 460kb|
|PART 1 - MACROECONOMIC TRENDS AND PROSPECTS IN THE ECE REGION|
|Chapter 1 - (Text only) |
THE ECE ECONOMIES IN SPRING 2002
|PART 2 - POLICIES FOR ADJUSTMENT AND GROWTH|
|Chapter 4 - (Charts only) |
TECHNOLOGICAL ACTIVITY IN THE ECE REGION DURING THE 1990s
|Chapter 6 - (Tables only) |
NEW FORMS OF HOUSEHOLD FORMATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE:
ARE THEY RELATED TO NEWLY EMERGING VALUE ORIENTATIONS?
|Statistical Appendix - (Full version)||PDF@ 333kb|
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