Les performances économiques de la Suède. Quelques éléments d'évaluation
This paper presents an outcome evaluation of economic performances of Sweden since 1970. The first part analyses the evolution of Sweden in terms of sectorial specialization, international trade, social performances and business cycles. The second part describes the implementation of fiscal and monetary policies and the adopted measures in terms of structural reforms concerning the labour market and the production of public services. JEL Codes: E32, E63.
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