Focus on European Economic Integration Q3/18

Europe 2030: challenges and opportunities for European integration and convergence
Focus on European Economic Integration Q3/18

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September 2018

Die von den Autoren in den Studien zum Ausdruck gebrachte Meinung gibt nicht notwendigerweise die Meinung der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank oder des Eurosystems wieder.

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    • Restarting real economic convergence in CESEE (PDF, 1 MB) Ritzberger-Grünwald, Schreiner.

    • Sustainable and equitable convergence and integration in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (PDF, 609 kB) Székely.

    • Digitalization and higher R&D readiness – way to foster income convergence in CESEE (PDF, 527 kB) Arokszallasi, Kotian, Rzentarzewska.

    • Enlargement of the euro area toward CESEE: progress and perspectives (PDF, 285 kB) Backé, Dvorsky.

    • External actors and European integration in the Western Balkans (PDF, 237 kB) Freund, Petritsch.

    • Sanctions and countersanctions − effects on economy, trade and finance (PDF, 423 kB) Korhonen, Simola, Solanko.

    • The EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework and some implications for CESEE countries (PDF, 353 kB) Darvas, Wolff.

    • Structural investment needs in CESEE and the use of EU funds (PDF, 470 kB) Bubbico, Kollar, Slacík.

    • What is the appropriate role of structural reforms in E(M)U deepening? (PDF, 303 kB) Bayer, Breitenfellner.

    • How did EU Eastern enlargement affect migrant labor supply in Austria? (PDF, 523 kB) Schmieder, Weber.

    • Demographic decline does not necessarily condemn CESEE EU countries to a low growth future (PDF, 589 kB) Grieveson.

    • The ESRB and macroprudential policy in the EU (PDF, 555 kB) Dierick, Mazzaferro.

    • Has private sector credit in CESEE approached levels justified by fundamentals? A post-crisis assessment (PDF, 599 kB) Comunale, Eller, Lahnsteiner.