OECD Economic Surveys: Austria

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OECD’s periodic surveys of the Austrian economy. Each edition surveys the major challenges faced by the country, evaluates the short-term outlook, and makes specific policy recommendations. Special chapters take a more detailed look at specific challenges. Extensive statistical information is included in charts and graphs.

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01 déc 1977
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OECD's 1977 Economic Survey of Austria examines recent economic trends and developments, the balance of payments, the role of stabilisation policies and economic prospects before drawing a series of conclusions.
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Table des matières

I. Recent trends and developments
-Demand and output
-Labour market conditions
-Wages, incomes and price developments
-The balance of payments
-Austria's comparative economic performance since the oil crisis
II. The balance of payments : medium-term trends and major determinants
-Medium-term trends
-Major factors behind the deterioration of the trade balance
-The tourism balance and its major determinants
-Net external creditor position and its effect on the current balance 
III. The role of stabilisation policies
-(a) Monetary policy, money and credit
-(b) Fiscal policy, budgetary developments and the public debt
IV. Prospects
-The international background and exports
-Economic policy assumptions
-Prospects for 1978
V. Conclusions
-I. Chronology of main economic policy measures
-II. Analysis of changes in the trade balance : outline of methodology and results of econometric estimates
Statistical Annex

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