OECD Economic Surveys: Denmark

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Frequency
Every 18 months
ISSN
1999-0219 (en ligne)
ISSN
1995-3151 (imprimé)
DOI
10.1787/19990219
Prochaine édition: 10 mai 2016
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OECD’s periodic surveys of the Danish 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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Auteur(s):
OECD
01 jan 1983
Pages
64
ISBN
9789264157200 (PDF) ;9789264124059(imprimé)
DOI
10.1787/eco_surveys-dnk-1983-en

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OECD's 1983 Economic Survey of Denmark examines the background to the recent re-orientation of policy, the new economic programee, conditions for better macro-economic performance, and short-term prospects before drawing a series of conclusions.
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Table des matières

Introduction
I. The background to the recent re-orientation of policies
-Deteriorating trade-off between inflation and unemployment
-Persistently large current external deficit and increasing foreign debt
-Rapidly rising public sector deficit
-Unsatisfactory resource allocation
II. The new economic programme
-The need for adjustment
-Policy goals and the mix of instruments
-The budgetary stance in 1983 and beyond
III. Conditions for better macro-economic performance
-Competitiveness
-Supply responsiveness
-Policy implications
IV. Short-term prospects
-Recent trends
-Prospects for 1983 and 1984
V. Conclusions
Annex: Chronology of major economic policy events
Statistical annex

 
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