The outlook for Danish economy is marked by the financial turmoil and bleak prospects for the global economy.
Against the backdrop of international financial turmoil, rising prices on food and energy globally and receding housing markets in many countries, the outlook is for a slowing down of the internationa ...
In recent years the Danish economy has been characterised by high growth, increasing employment and a sharp decline in unemployment. The strong cyclical position of the economy has strengthened the pu ...
The Danish economy is in the late stages of a strong cyclical upturn. Despite surprisingly strong growth in domestic demand in late 2007, including 4½ per cent annual growth in private consumption, th ...
Comments on Yergin and West, "Oil Taxation and Oil Company Motivation”
Long-Term Fiscal Indicators: "Sustainability versus Terminal Debt Constraints".
Summary of Danish tax policy 1986-2002
Two decades of structural reform in Denmark: a review
Progression in taxation of earned income, wage formation and labour market performance
The US as a benchmark for EU15 productivity: lessons?