|Statement||Carl B. Hamilton.|
|Series||Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.524|
|Contributions||Centre for Economic Policy Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
The European Union and the Nordic Countries provides an authoritative assessment of the intricate relationship between the EU and the Nordic countries. The team of authors includes academics from the five main Nordic countries. The authors explore the ramification of wider Nordic EU membership for particular subject areas, such as economic and monetary union, . Europe's Free Trade Area Experiment: EFTA and Economic Integration is an chapter book that begins by exploring the role of free trade area. This book then describes the first decade of European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and its effects on member countries. EU countries EFTA countries; Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Cepublic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Great Britain Greece Hungary Ireland: Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden: Iceland Norway Principality of Liechtenstein Switzerland. Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper reviews the exchange rate policy experience of the Nordic EFTA countries (Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) since the early s. The paper briefly describes the main features of the national economies of the Nordic EFTA countries in an international perspective and their exchange rate arrangements in particular, and then .
Impacts on Nordic-EU Relations Among the Nordic members of the EU, there is a general consensus that the Union should concentrate, for the time being, on essentials. Priorities should be the deepen-ing of the internal market and the promo-tion of free trade – which have long been the Nordic countries’ main interests in the EU. Since the early s, the European Free Trade Association has established an extensive network of contractual free trade relations all over the world. It is the goal of EFTA's third-country policy to safeguard the economic interests of its Member States, to support and reinforce the process of European and interregional integration, and to. The Baltic countries are the three young Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Greenland is a territory which is closer to America than to Europe but belongs politically to the kingdom of Denmark. Neither the Baltic countries nor Greenland is considered Scandinavian or Nordic. However, there is a close relationship between the. Nordic countries are a group of countries in Northern countries include Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, and the territories of the Aland Islands and the Faroe often confused as such, Scandinavia is not equivalent to the Nordic countries. Scandinavia is a peninsula while the Nordic countries are recognized states.. Sweden and .
This paper reviews the exchange rate policy experience of the Nordic EFTA countries (Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) since the early s. The paper briefly describes the main features of the national economies of the Nordic EFTA countries in an international perspective and their exchange rate arrangements in particular, and then attempts to asses the principal . The Nordic countries are located at the edge of Europe, how ever, their political, economic, cultural and s ocial life have for centuries been heavily influenced by Author: Morten Egeberg. The Nordic Model includes social benefits such as free education, free healthcare, and guaranteed pension payments. The Nordic Model. The Nordic model is a term coined to capture the unique Author: James Mcwhinney. EFTA countries in a changing Europe: 30th anniversary round table, Geneva, 5 and 6 November and credibility of anti-inflationary policies / P. Haaparanta --Iceland on the outskirts of Europe / T. Gylfason --The Nordic EFTA countris' options / C.B. Hamiltion --Portugal's twenty five EFTA years / J European Free Trade Association.