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  • ALBU, Cornel; TĂNASE, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The first two months of this year have been generous with forecasts for global economic growth in 2016 and 2017 provided by major international organizations and bodies. Compared to the forecasts published by the same ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; Tănase, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The "European Economic Forecast - Spring 2016” Report the economic growth rates across the EU and euro zone for 2015 are adjusted slightly" up ", by 0.2 percentage points in the context of a favorable new economic and ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; Tănase, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    According to the chief economist of OECD appraisals, Catherine L. Mann, exposed in the traditional Economic Report no. 99, the OECD area as a whole economic growth was up slightly in 2015, after slowing the pace in 2012-2014 ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2018)
    World economic outlook for 2017 indicated a slight advance in the pace of economic growth compared to 2016, ending the doubts and fears expressed by some analyses that predicted a further slowdown in this pace. Against the ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    The world economy recorded a moderate rate of growth in 2014, as well as in 2013. The forecast for 2015 and 2016 presents a sluggish acceleration for this rate. For larger groups of countries, as developed countries, there ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    In 2013, the global economy has continued the modest growth of recent years, with 1 percentage point below the 2000-2007 period and about 0,75 percentage point below the average of the 15 years prior to financial crisis. Within ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    In 2011 the world economy has registered an involution compared to 2010, due to diminished economic growth in countries with advanced economies. Also, a significant decrease in growth of international trade contributed to ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    The world economy was marked in 2011 by the continuation of the post-crisis economic growth, with a rate of evolution of the Gross Domestic Product of 3.9%, lower than in 2010 (5.1%). International trade decelerated 5.8%, ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    Viewed strictly through the lens of the GDP growth rate, the world economy experienced a strong recovery in 2010. However, several facets of the crisis – financial, social or related to the sovereign debt –, persisted in ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    The year 2012 was marked by a slowdown in the global economy, with a GDP growth rate of only 3.2%, lower than in the previous year. While the economic growth for developed countries reached 1.2%, the USA (+2.2%), Japan ...
  • ALBU, Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2009)
    In 2009, the world economy crossed the strongest postwar economic crisis, affecting all the economic and social areas. The process of recovery after the global recession started at the end of 2009, but the level of investment ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; TANASE, Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The year 2015 has been marked by a slowdown in the global economy, the pace of increase in GDP reached 3.1%, lower than in the previous year (3.4%). Across the developed countries, the economic growth was 1.9%, while the ...

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