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Economic Survey of Europe, 2003 No.1

and prospects in the entire ECE region. Since 1989 a major focus has been on the process of transition to market economies in central and eastern Europe and the CIS.

Chapters of issue No. 1 of the 2003 Survey are available below in PDF format. The Survey is also being printed and will soon be available as a United Nations publication (Sales No. E.03.11.E.26). 

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Economic Survey of Europe 2003, No. 1

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Table of Contents

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Chapter 1 - THE ECONOMIC SITUATION IN THE ECE REGION AND SELECTED POLICY ISSUES

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Chapter 2 - THE GLOBAL CONTEXT AND WESTERN EUROPE

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Chapter 3 - EASTERN EUROPE AND THE CIS

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Chapter 4 - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE ECE REGION

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Chapter 5 - PROGRESS IN SYSTEMATIC REFORMS IN THE CIS

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Chapter 6 - TRADE AND ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION

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Chapter 7 - SOME ASPECTS OF THE LABOUR MARKET PERFORMANCE IN EASTERN EUROPE AND THE CIS

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STATISTICAL APPENDIX

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