Economic Survey of Europe
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
the Survey is published in three issues (April,
July, November), incorporating the Economic Bulletin for Europe.
No. 2 of the 1998 Survey was released in July
(Sales No.: E.98.II.E.18). It contains a short overview of the economic
situation and outlook in the ECE region at mid-year, a selection of papers
presented at the UN/ECE's Spring Seminar in April 1998 and a statistical
Economic Survey of Europe, 1998 No. 2
an overview of the Survey please see the
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