Monthly Report No. 1/2015
Payam Elhami (),
Mohammad Mahdi Ghodsi (),
Oliver Reiter (),
Roman Römisch () and
Roman Stöllinger ()
No 2015-01, wiiw Monthly Reports from The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw
Graph of the month Oil price and exchange rate of the Russian rouble, 2008-2014 (p. 1) Opinion corner Is Jean-Claude Juncker's EUR 315 billion European investment plan the proper answer to the EU's anaemic economic performance? (by Sándor Richter, Roman Römisch and Roman Stöllinger; pp. 2-4) How large should the EU budget be from the new Member States’ perspective? (by Sándor Richter; pp. 5-8) International economic sanctions the case of Iran (by Mahdi Ghodsi and Payam Elhami; pp. 9-13) The input-output table as a network (by Oliver Reiter; pp. 14-18) Recommended reading (p. 19) Statistical Annex Monthly and quarterly statistics for Central, East and Southeast Europe (pp. 20-41)
Keywords: oil price; exchange rate; Russian rouble; EU budget; investment; grants; loans; EU budget; sanctions; energy; security of energy supply; export and import prices; multiregional input-output table; network; random walk centrality; connectedness of an industrial sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 42 pages including 3 Tables and 22 Figures
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