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Monthly Report No. 11/2016

Vasily Astrov (), Mohammad Mahdi Ghodsi (), Vladimir Gligorov, Richard Grieveson (), Julia Grübler (), Sebastian Leitner and Robert Stehrer
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No 2016-11, wiiw Monthly Reports from The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw

Abstract: Graph of the month Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) scores and ranks of CESEE countries (p. 1) Opinion corner What will change after Donald Trump's victory? Reflections by wiiw researchers (by Vasily Astrov, Mahdi Ghodsi, Vladimir Gligorov and Robert Stehrer; pp. 2-9) On sustainable development in CESEE countries (by Julia Grübler; pp. 10-14) The relevance of public social expenditures in the EU Member States (by Sebastian Leitner; pp. 15-19) History as a determinant of economic development The Habsburg example (by Richard Grieveson; pp. 20-26) Recommended reading (p. 27) New wiiw Handbook of Statistics forthcoming (p. 28) Statistical Annex Monthly and quarterly statistics for Central, East and Southeast Europe (pp. 29-50)

Keywords: macro-economic policy; trade policy; international relations; sustainable development; social expenditures; health care; education; social protection; Habsburg empire; role of history; economic convergence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 51 pages including 3 Table and 33 Figures
Date: 2016-11
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