Competition. Production. Wealth

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Madagascar: A Competitiveness and Exchange Rate Assessment
International Monetary Fund (2009)
CA$11.91

The purpose of this paper is to assess Madagascar's competitiveness in recent years, using both...

Who's Going Green and Why? Trends and Determinants of Green Investment
International Monetary Fund (2011)
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This paper fills a gap in the macroeconomic literature on renewable sources of energy. It offers a...

Output Volatility and Large Output Drops in Emerging Market and Developing Countries
International Monetary Fund (2007)
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This paper establishes that output volatility and the size of output drops have declined across all...

The Missing Link Between Financial Constraints and Productivity
International Monetary Fund (2009)
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The global financial crisis has reopened the debate on the potential spillover effects from the...

A New Methodology for Estimating the Output Gap in the United States
IMF Working Papers Series (Working Paper No. 15/144)
International Monetary Fund (2015)
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The gap between potential and actual output-the output gap-is a key variable for policymaking. This...

Modelle wissensintensiver Dienstleistungen: Ansätze einer modernen Produktionstheorie auf Basis der graphischen Aktivitätsanalyse

Modelle wissensintensiver Dienstleistungen

Ansätze einer modernen Produktionstheorie auf Basis der graphischen Aktivitätsanalyse

Gabler Verlag (2012)
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Trotz der unverkennbaren Fortschritte der Produktionstheorie für Dienstleistungen und ihres...

Competitiveness and Development: Myth and Realities
Anthem Press (2012)
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‘Competitiveness and Development’ provides an insightful analysis of the confusions...

Kritik des Neoliberalismus
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (2009)
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Keine andere Wirtschafts- und Gesellschaftstheorie beherrscht die Tagespolitik, aber auch die...

A Philosophy for a Fair Society
Shepheard-Walwyn (1994)
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With the eclipse of the New Right, politicians now admit that society is in crisis. Something must...