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Anforme Relative Living Standards between EU and Accession Countries

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Ten Countries join the existing members of the EU in 2004. What are the economic prospects for these countries? Geoff Riley of Eton College examines the evidence to hand.

Summary of Key Points:

  • ·         EU enlargement is imminent and the widening of the EU is undoubtedly a hugely important economic, social and political development for the peoples of the European Union, considers the extent to which the average living standards of inhabitants of the accession countries can be compared with those of people living in the fifteen member nations.

 

  • ·         How do we measure living standards? Commonly quoted measure of the standard of living is ‘per capita real national income’.

 

  • ·         Per capita National Incomes in Accession Countries.

 

  • ·         Hungary: A case study.

 

  • ·         Regional Inequalities within the Applicant Countries.

 

  • ·         Recommended web links

This article appeared in ET Volume 11 Issue 2.

 

Ten Countries join the existing members of the EU in 2004. What are the economic prospects for these countries? Geoff Riley of Eton College examines the evidence to hand.

Summary of Key Points:

  • ·         EU enlargement is imminent and the widening of the EU is undoubtedly a hugely important economic, social and political development for the peoples of the European Union, considers the extent to which the average living standards of inhabitants of the accession countries can be compared with those of people living in the fifteen member nations.

 

  • ·         How do we measure living standards? Commonly quoted measure of the standard of living is ‘per capita real national income’.

 

  • ·         Per capita National Incomes in Accession Countries.

 

  • ·         Hungary: A case study.

 

  • ·         Regional Inequalities within the Applicant Countries.

 

  • ·         Recommended web links

This article appeared in ET Volume 11 Issue 2.

 

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