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Globale Krise und Herausforderung für Österreich

  • Karl Aiginger

    (WIFO)

Die Weltwirtschaft ist 2009 zum ersten Mal seit Mitte des vorigen Jahrhunderts nicht gewachsen. Die Wirtschaftsleistung dürfte um 2% zurückgegangen sein, in den Industrieländern um 3,5%. Dies war die Folge der Finanzkrise, sie hat zu einem Einbruch des Welthandels mit Folgen auf alle realwirtschaftlichen Aktivitäten geführt. Wir beschreiben die starken Veränderungen in den Rahmenbedingungen, wie sie schon vor der Krise weltweit und für Österreich im Besonderen eingetreten sind. Dann geben wir einen Überblick über Verlauf und Ursachen der Finanzkrise, die Reaktion der Wirtschaftspolitik und die zusätzlichen Herausforderungen durch die Krise.

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Date of creation: Dec 2009
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Handle: RePEc:wsr:pbrief:y:2009:i:003
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