2 edition of Growth, nontradables, and price convergence in the Baltics found in the catalog.
Growth, nontradables, and price convergence in the Baltics
Anthony J. Richards
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared by Anthony Richards and Gunnar Tersman.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/95/45|
|Contributions||Tersman, Gunnar., International Monetary Fund. European II Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 26,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Richards, Anthony J. & Tersman, Gunnar H. R., "Growth, Nontradables, and Price Convergence in the Baltics," Journal of Comparative Economics, Elsevier, vol.
Growth, Nontradables, and Price Convergence in the Baltics which is reflected in price levels that are lower than in countries with similar income levels. A tendency for continued real appreciation is to be expected as part of the transition toward higher income levels, due in part to differential productivity growth rates in the tradable Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).
This paper reviews the recent real exchange rate appreciation observed in the three Baltic countries. Until now, this phenomenon may be viewed primarily as a consequence of the undervalued real exchange rates of the new currencies.
Looking ahead, a tendency for continued real appreciation is to be expected as part of the transition process toward higher income. Pages (October ) Download full issue.
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Article preview. Book review Full nontradables access. Economic growth and convergence This section provides a general outline of the catch-up processes in the Baltic states since Figure 1 shows annual GDP growth in the Baltic states from to along with forecasts for from nontradables Spring Forecast of the European Commission ().File Size: KB.
The Baltic states regained independence from the Soviet Union in August The years before had been marked by economic hardship, food shortages and high inflation. When the new governments set out to reform the economies and introduce market-based economic systems a key objective was therefore to support economic growth and raise living standards towards levels in Western Europe.
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Will the Baltics follow the Portuguese path. • Rapid convergence after joining the EU • Sincesub-par growth and high C/A deficits • Wage increase exceeded productivity growth and undermined competitiveness • Strong growth, driven by foreign borrowing • Insudden stop of capital inflows, fixed currency regimes collapsed.
Rapid convergence after joining the EU • Sincesub-par growth and high C/A deficits • Wage increase exceeded productivity growth and undermined competitiveness • Strong growth, driven by foreign borrowing • Insudden stop of capital inflows, fixed currency regimes collapsed • Painful recession aggravated by currency.
macroeconomic variables and a model for the joint dynamics of GDP growth in the area identifies the common shocks faced by the three Baltics and the linkages among them. There indeed seems to be an integrated Baltic economy, i.e. an area driven for a sizeable part by common factors and economic Size: KB.
That year GDP per capita PPP (i.e. adjusted for different purchasing powers or price levels in the countries) amounted to % of the level in the EU15, the 15 Western European EU members.
The income gap started however to narrow in the following years. Richards, Anthony J. and Gunnar H. Tersman. “Growth, Nontradables, and Price Convergence in the Baltics.” Journal of Comparative Economics (October ): Steen, Anton. “Consolidation and Competence: Research on the Politics of Recruiting Political Elites in the Baltic States.”.
This book inquires into the role external factors play in the process of economic growth in the transition economies of the Baltics and Central Asia. With the help of the ¿¿¿balance of payments constrained growth¿¿¿ model, the economies in question are compared in terms of their growth constituents¿¿¿ contributing : Eldar Madumarov.
RIGA - In its latest economic forecast, the World Bank projects that Latvia's GDP will grow by percent this year, which will be the strongest growth in the Baltics this year.
According to the World Bank, Latvia's GDP will grow percent in but will slow down to percent in External factors of economic growth in the transition economies of the Baltics and Central Asia [Eldar Madumarov] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: 1, 0.
The Baltic states (Estonian: Balti riigid, Baltimaad; Latvian: Baltijas valstis; Lithuanian: Baltijos valstybės), also known as the Baltic countries, Baltic republics, Baltic nations, or simply the Baltics, is a geopolitical term, typically used to group the three sovereign states in Northern Europe on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea: Estonia, Latvia, and ies: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania.
Consumer Price Index CPI in Latvia decreased to points in April from points in March of Consumer Price Index CPI in Latvia averaged points from untilreaching an all time high of points in June of and a record low of points in January of This page provides - Latvia Consumer Price Index (CPI) - actual values, historical data, forecast.
Real exchange rate appreciation and loss of competitiveness. The case of Latvia Book. Jan ; John Williamson Growth, Nontradables, and Price Convergence in the Baltics. : Mārtiņš Kazāks. Several sectors add up to export growth. 7 Several sectors add up to export growth Inflation in the Baltics will ride the externally dictated downward trend Source: Eurostat, Bloomberg spot price dynamics.
Improving consumer confidence and rising earning will support domestic consumption in the Baltics Consumer confidence indicator RIGA - According to the Central Statistical Bureau, Latvia posted the strongest economic growth in the Baltics in the third quarter of this year.
Latvia's GDP in the third quarter ofcompared to the same period last year, increased by percent according to seasonally unadjusted data. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.Lithuania posts % in annual GDP growth in Q4.
Lithuania's gross domestic product (GDP) grew by a seasonally and calendar-adjusted % in last quarter of to bn euros at current prices, according to the revised estimates from the Statistics Lithuania.Baltic Horizon Fund benefits from the growth.
It is clear that the Baltics are experiencing a strong growth, predicted to beat the OECD member state average growth of percent this year. And it is also stronger than the percent growth predicted in the euro area this year.