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This paper reviews the state of the banking sector in Europe. At the aggregate level, the empirical data suggest that the Baltics, Cyprus, Greece and Ireland, in particular, are hit by a strong decline in lending in the wake of the financial crisis.
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This series of Working Papers is designed to make available, to a wider readership, selected studies which the Department has prepared for use within OECD. Authorship is generally collective, but main individual authors are named.
This paper presents the new OECD competition law and policies (CLP) indicators which measure the
strength and scope of competition regimes in 49 jurisdictions (OECD and non-OECD). The indicators
cover areas for which there is a broad consensus among member countries on what constitutes 'good'
practice for competition regimes.
In the wake of the financial crisis there has been renewed focus on the importance of a country’s net
external debt position in determining domestic interest rates and, relatedly, its vulnerability to a crisis. This paper extends the panel estimation of OECD countries described in Turner and Spinelli (2012) to investigate the effect of external debt and its interaction with government debt on the interest-rate-growth differential.
The OECD will launch its latest Economic Survey of the Russian Federation in Moscow on Wednesday 15 January 2014 during the annual Gaidar Forum.
New benchmark purchasing power parities (PPPs) have been issued by the OECD and Eurostat to enable comparisons of gross domestic product and household consumption in 47 countries.
Irish youth was hit hard by the crisis. New labour-market policy initiatives have been introduced recently, but more will be needed to limit scarring effects and keep youth connected so that they can get back to work as soon as the recovery strengthens.
G20 GDP growth picks up to 0.9% in third quarter of 2013; up from 0.8% recorded in the previous quarter, according to preliminary estimates.
Compare data for inflation rate, harmonised unemployment rates, quarterly gross domestic product(GDP), current account, government debt, government deficit, real household disposable income and household spending.
Israel’s output growth remains relatively strong and unemployment is low. However, living standards remain well below those of top ranking OECD countries, the rate of relative poverty is high, and there are environmental challenges.