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Republic of Estonia :, Selected Issues

This Selected Issues paper on the Republic of Estonia highlights its growth performance relative to other countries in the European Union (EU). Estonia has experienced a period of unprecedented growth since the mid-1990s. Between 1995 and 2005, Estonia’s real GDP per capita rose by an average of 6½ percent a year, exceeding the annual growth rates of all other countries in the EU. This impressive growth performance is partly explained by the recovery from the immediate post-central planning drop in output
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Medium-Term Growth and Productivity in Estonia: a Micro Perspective; A. Introduction; Figures; 1. GDP per Capita and Productivity Measures, 1995-2005; B. What Do The Macro Data Tell Us?; Tables; 1. Sources of Growth; C. What Is The Micro Story?; 2. Sectoral Decomposition of TFP Growth; 3. Decomposition of TFP Growth; 4. Sectoral Decomposition of TFP Growth, 2001-04; D. Growth Scenarios; 2. Growth Scenarios-Assumptions; E. Conclusions; 3. Total Factor Productivity and GDP Growth: Scenarios; Appendices; I. Data Sources and Definitions; Appendix Tables
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non fiction
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1 online resource (62 p.)
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