5 edition of Hungary, economic policies for sustainable growth found in the catalog.
|Statement||Carlo Cottarelli...[et. al.].|
|Series||Occasional paper,, 159, Occasional paper (International Monetary Fund) ;, no. 159.|
|Contributions||Cottarelli, Carlo., International Monetary Fund.|
|LC Classifications||HC300.283 .H854 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||98130240|
Book Description. The future of economic growth is one of the decisive questions of the twenty-first century. Alarmed by declining growth rates in industrialized countries, climate change, and rising socio-economic inequalities, among other challenges, more and . As for the Cambodia’s economic backgrounds and sustainable economic growth strategies, it is necessary to mention that Cambodia demonstrated one of the biggest figures in real GDP growth in Agriculture, garment sector, tourism and construction are the drivers of the Cambodia’s economy.
The situation in the corporate sector is mixed. On one hand, highly innovative and dynamic private firms are driving growth. Indeed, as a forthcoming book by George S. Yip and Bruce McKern documents, these innovations are occurring in a wide range of areas, from biotechnology to renewable energy. The most visible progress has come in the information technology sector, thanks to . Economic policies instituted during that decade helped position Hungary to join the European Union in Hungary has not yet joined the euro-zone. Hungary suffered a historic economic contraction as a result of the global economic slowdown in as export demand and domestic consumption dropped, prompting it to take an IMF-EU financial. growth issue if we are to achieve a development that is ecologically sustainable. The globalization issue -- the keyword of the late s -- is beyond the scope of this article, but it is of high relevance for both economic growth and sustainable development. This is of particular importance for the future possibilities of the developing.
‘Economic Analysis of Sustainable Growth and Sustainable Development Article (PDF Available) January with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: John ('Jack') Pezzey. Hungary today is the only EU country without a ministry for labour or social affairs. Even the UK has maintained ‘work and pensions’ at cabinet level. Social dialogue in Hungary is one of the weakest in the EU, since the tripartite formats of the previous 20 years were abolished in This paper investigates the consequences of environmental policy for welfare, consumption and production growth in a situation in which environmental quality is initially too low. The natural environment is incorporated in endogenous growth theory in a way that is consistent with some simple notions from the laws of thermodynamics. Environmental policy affects growth, both in the long Cited by:
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