Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by João Ferreira do Amaral, Diogo Lucena, António S. Mello.|
|Contributions||Amaral, João Ferreira do., Lucena, Diogo de., Mello, António Sampaio., Junta Nacional de Investigação Científica e Tecnológica (Portugal), Banco de Portugal.|
|LC Classifications||HC392 .P699 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||91039506|
Portuguese economy towards Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: João Ferreira do Amaral; Diogo de Lucena; António Sampaio Mello; Junta Nacional de Investigação Científica e Tecnológica (Portugal); Banco de Portugal. The Portuguese Economy Towards addresses the issues and problems faced by Portugal as it approaches European economic integration in Chapters are based on papers presented at a conference held in Vimeiro, Portugal, on March 23 , and address topics which include business cycles, the European Monetary System, foreign direct investment and trade. A History of Portuguese Economic Thought 1st Edition by Antonio Almodovar (Author), Jose Luis Cardoso (Contributor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both by: Portugal languished as a backwater on the European periphery for three-quarters of a century, marginalised in economic and political, as well as geographical, terms. It remained an essentially small, agrarian country outside the mainstream while enduring Western Europe's longest-lasting dictatorship between and
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The History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire, drawing particularly on historical scholarship postdating the Portuguese Revolution, offers readers a comprehensive overview and reinterpretation of how all this happened – the first such account to appear in Reviews: The background of the Portuguese economy. Over the period given in the Chart the Portuguese economy has barley seen a growth of over 3%. Some economists such as myself would argue that GDP growth rates of over % are intractable over time which will in turn cause an overheating effect of an economy. Portugal has turned a corner. Having gone through a mild boom, a slump, and a severe recession, all packed into less than two decades, the Portuguese economy has re-emerged with a newfound strength. This column examines this recovery in detail, focusing on important structural reforms that have taken place in the last couple of decades in key areas such as skills, investment, export. At the end of , things will never again be the same inside the European Economic Community (EEC), because, as that year draws to a close, the aims of the Single Act of European Union (SAEU), which became law in July, this year, will have become effective - thus creating a 'real' Common Market.