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OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2011 Issue 2
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  28 nov 2011
Pages: 292 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre électronique (Format PDF)
ISBN: 9789264094369 , Code OCDE: 122011021E1
Prix:   €68 | $95 | £61 | ¥8800 | MXN1230
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Remplacé par: OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2013 Issue 2 - (Disponible)
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The OECD Economic Outlook is the OECD’s twice-yearly analysis of the major economic trends and prospects for the next two years. The Outlook puts forward a consistent set of projections for output, employment, prices, fiscal and current account balances.

Coverage is provided for all OECD member countries as well as for selected non-member countries. This issue includes a general assessment, chapters summarising developments and providing projections for each individual country and an extensive statistical annex.

Tables des matières:

Editorial: The Policy Imperative: Rebuild Confidence
Chapter 1. General Assessment of the Macroeconomic Situation
-Key forces acting
-The muddling-through projection
-Policies in the muddling-through projection
-Alternative scenarios for the euro area
-Alternative fiscal policy scenarios for the United States
-The OECD Strategic Response to an economic relapse
Chapter 2. Developments in Individual OECD Countries
United States
-Euro Area
-United Kingdom
-Czech Republic
-New Zealand
-Slovak Republic
Chapter 3. Developments in Selected Non-member Economies
-Russian Federation
-South Africa
Statistical annex
Demand and Output
1. Real GDP
-2. Nominal GDP
-3. Real private consumption expenditure
-4. Real public consumption expenditure
-5. Real total gross fixed capital formation
-6. Real gross private non-residential fixed capital formation
-7. Real gross residential fixed capital formation
-8. Real total domestic demand
-9. Foreign balance contributions to changes in real GDP
-10. Output gaps
Wages, Costs, Unemployment and Inflation
11. Compensation per employee in the private sector
-12. Labour productivity for the total economy
-13. Unemployment rates: commonly used definitions
-14. Harmonised unemployment rates
-15. Labour force, employment and unemployment
-16. GDP deflators
-17. Private consumption deflators
-18. Consumer price indices
-19. Oil and other primary commodity markets
Key Supply-Side data
20. Employment rates, participation rates and labour force
-21. Potential GDP, employment and capital stock
-22. Structural unemployment and unit labour costs
23. Household saving rates
-24. Gross national saving
Fiscal Balances and Public Indebteness
25. General government total outlays
-26. General government total tax and non-tax receipts
-27. General government financial balances
-28. General government cyclically-adjusted balances
-29. General government underlying balances
-30. General government underlying primary balances
-31. General government net debt interest payments
-32. General government gross financial liabilities
-33. General government net financial liabilities
Interest Rates and Exchange Rates
34. Short-term interest rates
-35. Long-term interest rates
-36. Nominal exchange rates (vis-à-vis the US dollar)
-37. Effective exchange rates
External Trade and Payments
38. Export volumes of goods and services
-39. Import volumes of goods and services
-40. Export prices of goods and services
-41. Import prices of goods and services
-42. Competitive positions: relative consumer prices
-43. Competitive positions: relative unit labour costs
-44. Export performance for total goods and services
-45. Shares in world exports and imports
-46. Geographical structure of world trade growth
-47. Trade balances for goods and services
-48. Investment income, net
-49. Total transfers, net
-50. Current account balances
-51. Current account balances as a percentage of GDP
-52. Structure of current account balances of major world regions
-53. Export market growth in goods and services
-54. Import penetration
Other Background Data
-55. Quarterly demand and output projections
-56. Quarterly price, cost and unemployment projections
-57. Contributions to changes in real GDP in OECD countries
-58. Household wealth and indebtedness
-59. House prices
-60. House price ratios
-61. Central government financial balances
-62. Maastricht definition of general government gross public debt
-63. Monetary and credit aggregates: recent trends
-64. Macroeconomic indicators for selected non-member economies

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