How the EU can move to a higher growth path : some considerations
AbstractIn the current slowdown in Europe, the United States and Japan, policy makers are vexed by the question when a recovery will come. This is the wrong question. The issue should be how a higher growth path can be reached in the long run, i.e., how the potential growth rate of our economies can be increased from the supply side. --
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