- Appendix B: Global Economic Snapshot. // Azerbaijan Country Review;2001/2002, p59
Describes international economic conditions as of 2001. Estimates of total average growth; Factors attributed to first quarter transition; Impact on the global economy by the business expansion of the United States.
- chapter 7: BMI Global Assumptions. // Hungary Business Forecast Report;2010 1st Quarter, p57
The article presents the global economic outlook in 2009.
- chapter 5: BMI Global Assumptions. // West Caribbean Business Forecast Report;2009 1st Quarter, p37
This article explores the state of the world economy and the main challenges faced in 2008.
- Appendix B: Global Economic Snapshot. // Greece Country Review;2001/2002, p57
Provides an overview of the global economy as of July 2001. Rate of expansion of the global economy to date; Growth in Europe's euro zone; Countries suffering from economic problems; Economic conditions in the Americas, Europe, Africa and the Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
- On the Economy. Thredgold, Jeff // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;2/4/2002, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p21
Presents miscellanea depicting the state of the global economy as of February 2002. Recession and political instability in Argentina; Slowdown of growth in Great Britain; Connection of Canada's economic stagnation to recession in the American economy.
- INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK. Simons, Evangelos Otto // Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems;Winter2001/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p29
Forecasts the international economy. Decline of the overall indicator of global economic activity; Recession in industrial countries; Statistics on the combined output of member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
- Conflicts in international economic policy and the world recession: a theoretical analysis. Vandenbroucke, Frank // Cambridge Journal of Economics;Mar1985, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p15
Analyzes conflicts in international economic policy and the world recession. Notion of 'structural disequilibrium'; Economic consequences of the energy crisis; Consequences of asymmetric adjustment and incompatible targets on world activity.
- The privilege of printing money. O'Brien, Richard // Whole Earth;Spring98, Issue 92, p44
Discusses the implications of the ongoing privatization and globalization on governments and their citizens. Shift to greater reliance on the private sector and on the markets to run economic activity; Collapse of barriers between countries; Key privileges of governments; National currencies'...
- IRAN: Macroeconomic Data. // Middle East Monitor: The Gulf;Oct2003, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p10
Trade activity is likely to be affected by reconstruction in Iraq, with an increase of steel imports to Iran from India of about 900 percent y-o-y in H1. Exports are expected to be nearly as robust in 2003 at the U.S. $27.15bn and imports to rise to the U.S. $24.06bn, leaving a surplus of the...