EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

ERM quarterly

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  • 28 heinäkuu 2009 | ERM Quarterly

    According to the most recent DG-ECFIN quarterly report, the euro area remains ‘deep in recession mode’: unemployment is rising in all Member States. The second issue for 2009 includes: current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM statistics for April-June 2009; state aid for companies affected by the crisis – the case of Germany; recent news on restructuring from the European Industrial Relations Observatory; collective redundancy data: Spain; restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 huhtikuu 2009 | ERM Quarterly

    In the first quarter of 2009, most evidence points to a deepening, global recession affecting simultaneously Europe, other major developed and developing economies. The first issue for 2009 includes: current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM statistics for January-March 2009; restructuring in the retail sector; collective redundancy notifications as a potential data source on restructuring in Europe; restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 10 helmikuu 2009 | ERM Quarterly

    After a dramatic final quarter of 2008, the European economy is facing a sharp slowdown in economic activity. The euro zone is officially in recession with the EU27 likely to follow. The fourth issue for 2008 includes: Current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM statistics for October-December 2008; restructuring in the automotive sector; crisis in the Swedish automotive industry; restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 21 lokakuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    The commitment of hundreds of billions of euros and dollars by the public authorities to the banking systems in the major developed economies in September and early October 2008 has only partially stemmed the malaise in the global financial system. The third issue for 2008 includes: Current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM statistics for July-September 2008; restructuring in the German state-owned banking sector; case in focus: Renault (France); restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    A deteriorating international context has impacted negatively on the European economy in the second quarter of 2008. The second issue for 2008 includes: Current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM statistics for the second quarter 2008; restructuring in the postal services sector; case in focus: FCI, France; restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    This fourth issue of the ERM quarterly includes: current macroeconomic trends, according to the World Bank; an overview of ERM statistics for the fourth quarter 2006; restructuring at Volkswagen and at EADS, the leading European aerospace and defence group; and, for the first time, a separate section on restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    This first issue for 2008 includes: an overview of current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of the ERM statistics for the first quarter of 2008; a focus on restructuring in the financial services sector; the closure of Nokia in Bochum; and restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    This third issue for 2007 includes: an overview of current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of the ERM statistics for the third quarter of 2007; a focus on restructuring of Nokia Siemens Networks; and restructuring in Cyprus and Malta.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    This fourth issue for 2007 includes: a summary of current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of the ERM statistics for the fourth quarter of 2007; details of the global restructuring plan at Unilever; restructuring at ZRE Katowice and more on restructuring in Cyprus.

  • 28 syyskuu 2008 | ERM Quarterly

    This first issue of a revised approach to the ERM quarterly includes: an overview of relevant indicators such as GDP growth and the unemployment rate; the overall ERM statistics for the second quarter 2006; an examination of the often neglected issue of restructuring in the public sector with particular focus on job losses in the British National Health Service; and the influence of foreign direct investment on the enhancement of skills in Eastern Europe.

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