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EU Anti-Corruption Report

The European Commision has just published the “EU Anti-Corruption Report”. According to the report corruption costs the European economy around 120 billions euros per year. The study provides a clear picture of the situation in each Member State: measures in place, outstanding issues, policies that are working and areas that could be improved. It also …
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State of Play of Rugby in Spain

Based on a survey of clubs, regional federations and Spain’s National Federation of Rugby, IESE’s Center for Sport Busines Management has published an in-depth report on the sporting, organizational and economic state of play of rugby in Spain. The report also analyzes the type of technical and administrative structures in use at the country’s rugby …
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Report on the European economy 2011

The 10th report of the European Economic Advisory Group (EEAG) on the European Economy focuses on the European public debt crisis and features contributions from IESE Prof. Xavier Vives. The study analyzes the origins of the crisis, predicts how it will affect the European economy and sets the foundations for a new system of economic …
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EU Economy Should Stabilize in 2010

The EU Commission has just published its “Spring 2009 Economic Forecast.” The report predicts the EU economy will shrink by 4 percent in 2009. The reality shows that almost all EU countries have been severely hit by the financial crisis, the sharp global downturn and, in some economies, ongoing market corrections. As soon as fiscal …
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ECB survey: Eurozone Recession Twice as Bad as Thought

According to the survey of forecasting experts published by the European Central Bank, the eurozone economy will contract twice as much as previously expected this year. The projections showed that output is likely to shrink by 3.4 percent in 2009, compared to the 1.7 percent forecast in February. The ECB surveyed 52 forecasting experts from …
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Regional Economic Outlook: Europe Addressing the Crisis

The IMF has published, as part of its World Economic and Financial Surveys Series, the Regional Economic Outlook for Europe. The report focuses on the means available to European policymakers for addressing the crisis. Europe is in a deep recession which is likely to last until early 2010 and the subsequent recovery is expected to …
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