National Institute Economic Review – January 2007

Pub. Date
30 January, 2007

The National Institute Economic Review is the quarterly journal of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, published quarterly in January, April, July and October of each year. Each edition includes detailed forecasts of both UK and World economies, commentary on current issues, a comprehensive statistical appendix and articles by NIESR researchers and external authors. <br><br>

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January 2007 issue of the National Institute Economic Review contains (click for summaries): <br><br>

Commentary: The Stern Review's economics of climate change<br>

UK economy forecast<br>

World economy forecast<br>

Retirement and pensions<br>

Global growth differentials<br>

<strong>Research Articles:</strong><br>

Recent European economic growth: why can't it be like in the Golden Age?<br>

An analysis of EU growth trends, with particular focus on Germany, France, Italy and the UK<br>

Decomposing growth in France, Germany and the United Kingdom using growth accounting and production function approaches<br>

Rapidly rising energy prices: does the driver of the energy market imbalance matter?<br>