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Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: belgium, surveys, economic, oecd
Number of Pages: 125
Published: 2007-03-13
ISBN-10: 9264031871
ISBN-13: 9789264031876

This 2007 edition of OECD's periodic survey of the Belgium economy examines challenges Belgium faces over the medium term including fiscal sustainability, boosting employment, and improving incentives in tertiary education.  This edition's special feature examines how to enhance the benefits of financial liberalisation.
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Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: luxembourg, belgium, surveys, economic, oecd
Number of Pages: 170
Published: 1991-01-01
ISBN-10: 9264134433
ISBN-13: 9789264134430

OECD's 1991 Economic Survey of Belgium-Luxembourg treats each country separately. The Belgium survey examines recent trends and the outlook, the labour market, economic policy and public finances. The Luxembourg survey examines recent developments and the outlook and economic policy.
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: belgium, surveys, economic, oecd
Number of Pages: 156
Published: 2001-03-15
ISBN-10: 9264190848
ISBN-13: 9789264190849

A general economic survey of Belgium that provides an overview of recent trends and prospects, macroeconomic policies and the progress made towards structural reform. It also contains a chapter examining the appropriateness of economic instruments to encourage environmentally sustainable growth. Overall, the survey finds that Belgium's economic performance has been good over the past few years. The challenge that lies ahead will be to move from a robust cyclical expansion to a sustainable non-inflationary level of growth. The key to a successful transition will be the combination of wage moder
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Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: studies, government, oecd, belgium
Number of Pages: 250
Published: 2008-11-04
eBookDB-ID: 9789264055

Belgian citizens want the look and feel of a single public sector entity and the provision of integrated e-government services customised to their needs rather than to have to understand the complex division of governmental responsibilities. Belgium already has internationally recognised examples to show: most importantly the transformation of the social sector administration through e-governance tools, and more recently the link of e-government services to administrative-burden reduction. Future transformation will be enabled by the common electronic identity card (eID) that has been adopted
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: belgium, review, countries, iea, policies, energy
Number of Pages: 206
Published: 2006-03
ISBN-10: 9264109374
ISBN-13: 9789264109377

Belgium continues to make measured progress in its energy policy, particularly with respect to electricity market liberalisation. The country has acted to improve the independent functioning of the electricity market and harmonise it with that of its neighbouring countries. Furthermore, an electricity exchange will begin operation shortly. However, to enable Belgian customers to fully benefit from energy market liberalisation, more work needs to be done. In 2003, Belgium decided to phase out nuclear power between 2015 and 2025. As nuclear energy supplies about 55% of the country?s electricity,
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Author: Sanneke Kuipers
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: crisis, belgium, netherlands, 1990s, reform, state, imperative, rhetoric, welfare
Number of Pages: 233
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 9053568085
ISBN-13: 9789053568088

Belgium and the Netherlands were perfect examples of the “welfare without work” policy that characterized European welfare states — until a political crisis in both countries during the early 1990s produced a surprising divergence in administration. While Belgium’s government announced major reforms, its social security policy remained relatively resilient. In the Netherlands, however, policymakers implemented unprecedented cutbacks as well as a major overhaul of the disability benefits program. The Crisis Imperative explains this difference as the result of crisis rhetoric—that is,
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Author: Earl Steinbicker
Publisher: Hastingshouse/Daytrips Publ.
Keywords: adventures, rail, bus, car, day, one, holland, belgium, luxembourg, daytrips
Number of Pages: 292
Published: 2005-09-12
ISBN-10: 0803820623
ISBN-13: 9780803820623

Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg together male up one of the most enchanting little corners of Europe, with more outstanding attractions per square mile than jus about anywhere else on Earth. Known collectively by that awful acronym BENELUX and historically as the Low Countries, they offer scores of pleasurable and all-too-little-known adventures for those willing to probe beyond the obvious delghts of the capital cities. This book takes a careful look at 40 of the most intriguing destinations and tells you, in step-by-step detail, exactly how to go about exploring them on your own.
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