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Ex Post Evaluation of the Economic Adjustment Programme. Portugal, 2011-2014

Ex Post Evaluation of the Economic Adjustment Programme. Portugal, 2011-2014

November 2016

This report assesses Portugal’s 2011-2014 Economic adjustment programme in order to draw lessons for the future.

Topics: Financial assistance programmes; Economic crisis; EU Member State economies

Series: Institutional Papers

 
The Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure. Rationale, Process, Application: A Compendium

The Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure. Rationale, Process, Application: A Compendium

November 2016

This Compendium takes stock of the implementation of the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure (MIP) five years since its introduction.

Topics: Economic policy coordination ; The euro ; Economic crisis

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

September 2016

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

 
Fiscal Policy after the Crisis – Workshop Proceedings

Fiscal Policy after the Crisis – Workshop Proceedings

July 2016

This paper presents the proceedings of the annual Public Finance Workshop organised by the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs in Brussels on 19 January 2016.

Topics: Public financesEU Member State economiesEconomic crisis

Series: Discussion Papers

 
Quarterly Report on the Euro Area (QREA), Vol.15, No.2 (2016)

Quarterly Report on the Euro Area (QREA), Vol.15, No.2 (2016)

July 2016

Volume 15 N. 2 (2016) of the QREA looks at the role of cross-border risk sharing, both through financial and labour market incomes generated across borders and through cross-border fiscal transfers, in mitigating asymmetric shocks, and compares the situation in the euro area to that of the United States. Other sections examine the mechanisms through which financial markets effect the real economy and confidence spillovers in the euro area.

Topics: Economic policy coordination ; Economic indicators ; Financial markets ; The euro

 
Fiscal Reaction Functions for European Union Countries

Fiscal Reaction Functions for European Union Countries

April 2016

This paper looks at how EU Member States adapt their fiscal policies to respond to the challenges of high levels of public debt and weak macro-financial conditions.

Topics: Public finances; EU Member State economies; Economic crisis

Series: Discussion Paper

 
Evaluation of the Financial Sector Assistance Programme. Spain, 2012-2014

Evaluation of the Financial Sector Assistance Programme. Spain, 2012-2014

January 2016

An evaluation of the design, implementation and achievements of the July 2012 - January 2014 financial sector assistance programme for Spain.

Topics: Financial assistance programmes ; Economic crisis

Series: Institutional Papers

 
Quarterly Report on the Euro Area (QREA), Vol.14, No.4 (2015)

Quarterly Report on the Euro Area (QREA), Vol.14, No.4 (2015)

January 2016

This edition of the QREA reviews the issue of shocks and adjustment in the light of recent crises. It analyses the functioning of a key internal adjustment process in EMU, the "relative price mechanism", as well as the "real interest rate mechanism". It also reviews the different implications of high levels of indebtedness.

Topics: Economic policy coordination; Structural policies, growth and development; EU Member State economies; Labour markets;

 
Stabilisation and rebalancing with fiscal or monetary devaluation: a model-based comparison

Stabilisation and rebalancing with fiscal or monetary devaluation: a model-based comparison

December 2015

This paper takes a theoretical look at the extent to which fiscal devaluation policies, such as shifting the tax burden from labour to consumption, can achieve the same benefits as nominal exchange rate depreciation.

Topics: Monetary policy ; International economics and non-EU economies ; Economic crisis

Series: Discussion Paper

 
Wage dynamics in Croatia: leaders and followers

Wage dynamics in Croatia: leaders and followers

October 2015

Author(s): Kristian Orsini, Vukašin Ostojić

This paper analyses wage dynamics in Croatia’s economy and finds evidence that rising wages in the fast-growing public education and health sectors may be setting the pace.

Topics: Public finances ; Labour markets ; Economic crisis

Series: Economic Briefs

 
The Economic Adjustment Programme for Cyprus – 7th Review Summer 2015

The Economic Adjustment Programme for Cyprus – 7th Review Summer 2015

October 2015

This report assesses Cyprus’ compliance with the terms and conditions of its economic adjustment programme.

Topics: Structural policies, growth and development ; Financial assistance programmes ; EU Member State economies ; Public finances ; Economic crisis

Series: Institutional Papers

 
The Economic Impact of Rescue and Recovery Frameworks in the EU

The Economic Impact of Rescue and Recovery Frameworks in the EU

September 2015

Author(s): Mihaela Carpus Carcea, Daria Ciriaci, Dimitri Lorenzani, Peter Pontuch, Carlos Cuerpo

This paper looks at the important role of pre-insolvency frameworks in encouraging entrepreneurship and softening the impact of deleveraging on financial stability and economic activity.

Topics: Economic policy coordination, Structural policies, growth and development, Economic crisis

Series: Discussion Papers

 
The Economic Adjustment Programme. Cyprus, 6th Review – Spring 2015

The Economic Adjustment Programme. Cyprus, 6th Review – Spring 2015

July 2015

This report, the sixth of its type, assesses compliance with the terms and conditions set out in the Economic Adjustment Programme for Cyprus, as agreed between the Cypriot authorities and the EC, the ECB and the IMF in 2013.

Topics: Structural policies, growth and development; Financial assistance programmes; EU Member State economies; Public finances; Economic crisis

Series: Institutional Papers

 
Ex post evaluation of the economic adjustment programme for Ireland (2010-2013)

Ex post evaluation of the economic adjustment programme for Ireland (2010-2013)

July 2015

In December 2010, European Union governments and the International Monetary Fund agreed to provide Ireland with up to EUR 67.5 billion in a novel and complex financial assistance programme designed to repair the country’s banking sector, economy and public finances. This report looks to draw lessons for the future from the programme, which proved to be appropriate and effective overall.

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Topics: Financial assistance programmes; Economic crisis; EU Member State economies

 

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