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Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership - structural change, Visegrad experience and relevance for EU policy


  • Andras Deak

    (Institute of World Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)


The aim of this report is to provide a macroeconomic setting for future structural reports. It also provides a toolkit for the sectoral reports in the sense that it offers a set of macroeconomic points of reference. Whenever possible, we try to identify the vulnerable sectors themselves. By vulnerable sectors we mean sectors with the followin attributes: significant input into GDP, high or almost exclusive dependence on domestic/CIS markets, and high level of integration into post-Soviet value chains, declining competitiveness.

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  • Andras Deak (ed.), 2016. "Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership - structural change, Visegrad experience and relevance for EU policy," Economic books, Institute for World Economics - Centre for Economic and Regional Studies- Hungarian Academy of Sciences, number 201606, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwe:ecbook:201606

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