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  • Aluminium 
    BĂLAN, Emilia Mary (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    In 2010, the international aluminum market was characterized by a positive trend, both in terms of metal availability and improve prices. According to analysts from The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics ...
  • Aluminium 
    BĂLAN, Emilia Mary (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    In 2011, the aluminum international market has been influenced by the economic climate worldwide, characterized by turbulence stock, given the financial crisis in some member states of the European Union, the devastating ...
  • Aluminum 
    Stoian, Florela (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    The paper presents an analysis of the international aluminum market in 2012, highlighting the strong decline of the price amid the stock increase registered as a consequence of the economic crisis impact on global demand ...
  • Covaci, Brîndușa (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    The article provides a summary evolving the world and national alternative energy sector, with specific analysis of the most important indicators for 2011-2015, namely: price, production, consumption, export and import. ...
  • Belgium 
    Calanter, Paul (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    According to the estimates contained in the European Commission "Spring" Report, published on May 9th 2014, for Belgium the year 2013 has been characterized by an economic stagnation, the main cause being a reduction of ...
  • Brazil 
    Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    The outlook of the Brazilian economy is shadowed by the corruption scandal linked to Petrobras, company considered the pillar of the national economy. Therefore, one can state that Brazil has lost its status as model for ...
  • Brazil 
    Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    In spite of the stimulus packages to invigorate the economic growth, industrial development and competitiveness, Brazil has been continuing the trajectory of modest growth rates, mainly due to the supply-side weaknesses. ...
  • Brazil 
    Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The paper highlights the evolution of the economic situation of Brazil in 2010 and prospects for 2011-2012, by means of the main macroeconomic indicators. At the same time, it emphasizes the continuation of the previous ...
  • Brazil 
    Oehler-Şincai, Iulia Monica (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    Despite the incentives related to monetary and fiscal policies, the Brazilian GDP registered in 2012 its lowest growth rate after 2009 due to supply side constraints (including here poor harvests). At the same time, the ...
  • Brazil 
    Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    Despite robust domestic demand, tax incentives and public investment programs, Brazil’s GDP growth significantly slowed down in 2011 as compared to the previous year. A moderate unemployment rate (at historic lows), easy ...
  • Brazil 
    OEHLER ŞINCAI, Iulia Monica (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    After being host of the Football World Cup in 2014, Brazil has been preparing for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Consequently, it is more intensely and closely scrutinized by international public opinion. The Brazilian authorities ...
  • Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    The paper highlights the BRICS countries' economic situation in 2010 and prospects for 2011-2012, based on a comparative analysis of key macroeconomic indicators. The economic slowdown is explained in all analyzed economies ...
  • Oehler-Şincai, Iulia Monica (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    This paper highlights the pronounced slowdown in the GDP growth of most emerging economies during 2011-2012, including the BRICS countries. Nevertheless the growth rates recorded by China, India and Russia remain robust. ...
  • Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    This paper brings to the forefront the BRICS countries’ economic situation in 2010 and prospects for 2011-2012, based on a comparative analysis of key macroeconomic indicators. At the same time, it emphasizes the rationale ...
  • Bulgaria 
    Bratu, Mihai (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    In the last years, this country was faced with an financial economic crisis, but had succeeded next year the unfavorable period of time by a general mobilization of the administrative authorities from Sofia, concretized ...
  • Bulgaria 
    Marinache, Odette (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    According to European Commission data, in 2014 Bulgaria’s GDP growth rate slightly increased, mostly due to the recovery of domestic demand, but also as a result of a revival in public and private consumption, and an ...
  • BULGARIA 
    MARINACHE, Odette Andreea (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The European Commission’s spring report published in May 2016, revealed a doubling in the pace of Bulgaria’s economic growth in 2015, mainly due to the exponential increase in the volume of exports of goods and services, ...
  • Rădulescu, Andrei (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    This analysis points out the main recent macroeconomic dynamics and the mid-run perspectives for Bulgaria, starting from the European Economic Forecast Report (Spring 2014).
  • Canada 
    Boureanu, Mădălina (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The evolution of the Canadian economy was marked by a series of significant changes during 2010. Both the real GDP and the employment have recovered the losses registered during the 2009 recession period, which indicates ...
  • Canada 
    Dragoș, Sălăgean (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    Canada’s economy in 2013 will be marked by a tendency of slowdown in the pace of economic growth, trend that begun in the second half of 2012. According to the last report of OECD, this trend will reverse in the second ...

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