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What is behind Denmark’s Current Account Surplus?

What is behind Denmark’s Current Account Surplus?

An examination of the factors driving Denmark’s current account surplus.

Topics: Economic policy coordination ; EU Member State economies

Series: Economic Briefs

 
Post-Programme Surveillance Report. Portugal, Summer 2016

Post-Programme Surveillance Report. Portugal, Summer 2016

This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the fourth post-programme surveillance mission to Portugal and identifies remaining challenges for the Portuguese economy.

Topics: Financial assistance programmes; EU Member State economies

Series: Institutional Papers

 
Can Economic Transitions Be Planned? China and the 13th Five-Year Plan

Can Economic Transitions Be Planned? China and the 13th Five-Year Plan

This paper looks at China's 13th five-year plan and considers whether it can enable a transition of the Chinese economy towards a more sustainable, inclusive and balanced growth model.

Topics: International economics and non-EU economies

Series: Economic Briefs

 
Post-Programme Surveillance Report. Ireland, Spring 2016

Post-Programme Surveillance Report. Ireland, Spring 2016

This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the fifth post-programme surveillance mission to Ireland and identifies remaining challenges for the Irish economy.

Topics: EU member state economies, Public finances, Structural policies, growth and development

Series: Institutional Papers

 
What Makes a Good ʽBad Bankʼ? The Irish, Spanish and German Experience

What Makes a Good ʽBad Bankʼ? The Irish, Spanish and German Experience

This paper looks at the ‘bad banks’ set up to deal with non-performing loans in Ireland, Spain and Germany as well as the factors required to make such asset management companies achieve their objectives.

Topics: Public financesEU Member State economies; Financial marketsEconomic crisis

Series: Discussion Papers

 

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