Monthly Report No. 12/2006


Vladimir Gligorov, Mario Holzner and Michael Landesmann

wiiw Monthly Report No. 12, November 2006

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  • Updated wiiw forecasts for 2006 and 2007 (pp. 1-2)
    Countries covered: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Macedonia, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, china
    Topics: Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy
  • Albania 1 euro (by Mario Holzner, pp. 3-5)
    Countries covered: Albania
    Topics: Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: economy improving despite politics (by Vladimir Gligorov, pp. 6-8)
    Countries covered: Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Topics: Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy
  • Kosovo: an emerging state (by Vladimir Gligorov, p. 9)
    Countries covered: Kosovo
    Topics: Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy
  • Montenegro: the first year of independence (by Vladimir Gligorov, pp. 10-11)
    Countries covered: Montenegro
    Topics: Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy
  • Turkey: back on course (economically) (by Michael Landesmann, pp. 12-14)
    Countries covered: Turkey
    Topics: International Trade and Competitiveness; Economic Integration
  • Selected monthly data on the economic situation in ten transition countries, 2005-2006 (pp. 15-26)
    Countries covered: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Ukraine
  • Guide to wiiw statistical services on Central, East and Southeast Europe, Russia and Ukraine (p. 27)


Reference to wiiw databases: wiiw Monthly Database

Countries covered: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, Baltic States, SEE, Visegrad countries

Research Areas: Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy, International Trade, Competitiveness and FDI