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Economic Policy Issues for the Next Decade - Gernot Hutschenreiter

Economic Policy Issues for the Next Decade

By: Gernot Hutschenreiter (Editor), Karl Aiginger (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st December 2003
ISBN: 9781402077159
Number Of Pages: 306

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7 RZB Niederosterreich Wien, Osterreichische Lotterien, RLB Steiermark, Oester­ reichische Nationalbank, Bundesarbeitskammer, and Wirtschaftskammer Osterreich. We thank lise Schulz and Marianne Uitz for editing this volume. REFERENCES Aiginger, K. , The New European Model of the Refonned Welfare State, Stanford University, European Forum Working Paper 2002, (2). Gordon, R. I. , Two Centuries of Economic Growth: Europe Chasing the American Frontier, Paper prepared for the Economic History Workshop, Northwestern University, Chicago, 2002. JOSEPH E. STIGLITZ ECONOMIC POLICY FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY The subject of this lecture is economic policy issues for the 21 st century. This is obviously a very ambitious title and I will only be able to talk on a few selected topics. I th was very pleased with the invitation to come and address this 75 anniversary. First because of the importance that I associate to institutions like the WIFO as part of the democratic processes by which economic policy decisions get made - that is one of the themes that I am going to come back to. Second, of course, because the fact that the WIFO was founded by von Hayek and von Mises makes it a very interesting institution for any economist. The events of the last 75 years could hardly have been anticipated by either von Mises or von Hayek in the 1920s when the institution was founded. Nor I am not sure that they would have anticipated the way the economic science has changed.

The Case for a New Policy Framework
Economic Policy for the 21st Century
The Future of Macroeconomic Policy in the European Union
The Future of Macroeconomic Policy in the European Union
Economics Policies - Old and New?
The Case for Straightening Out Macroeconomic Policy in the European Union
Economic Policy Consequences of Population Ageing
Towards a Positive Equilibrium for Ageing Societies
Population Ageing - A Problem not a Crisis
Economic and Social Policy in an Ageing Europe: Employment and Pensions
The German Pension Reform - A Major Improvement on a PAYG System
Activation as an Option for an Ageing Society
The Potential benefits and Risks of the Enlargement of the Union in Central Europe
Eastern Enlargement: Some Basics
Optimal Path into the EMU: Big Bank or Gradualism?
Institutional Aspects of EU Enlargement
Health not Wealth
What Can We learn About Labour Market Adjustment in Candidate Countries from Literature?
The Future of Public Finance
International Tax Competition: A New Framework for Analysis
An Age of Diminished Taxation?
What Future for The EC Budget?
The Development of Tax Structures in the EU Member States
Competitiveness in the Science-Based Economy
The Public Policy Challenge of the New Economy
Competitiveness in the Science-Based Economy - The Irish Experience
Institutions and Innovation in the European Union
What Do We Know About the New Economy?
The Scope for Economic Policy Advice
Empirical Economics Research and Economic Policy Advice: Some Remarks
Economic Policy Consulting: Some Personal Reflections
Political Economy in Economic Policy Advice
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ISBN: 9781402077159
ISBN-10: 1402077157
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 306
Published: 31st December 2003
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.37