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[en] Economic forecasts were produced and past trends were examined. Information was presented as a series of figures only, without accompanying text. Information provided included current exchange rates, economic growth, interest rates, housing starts, unemployment rates, personal savings rates and other economic indicators. 40 figs
[en] In the series 'The Dutch Economy' the Dutch Statistical Office describes and analyzes annual developments in enterprises, households and governments, and with respect to employment and the environment. One of the subjects is 'Economy and Environment' with the sub-topics 'Resources and Energy', 'Emissions' and 'Environmental Taxes'. Furthermore, in articles on specific themes current economic issues are discussed. One of those themes has the title 'Share of renewable energy in the Netherlands is still small'.
[nl]In de reeks De Nederlandse economie beschrijft en analyseert het Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek elk jaar ontwikkelingen bij ondernemingen, huishoudens en de overheid, en ten aanzien van de arbeidsmarkt en het milieu. Een van de onderwerpen is Economie en Milieu met de deelonderwerpen Grondstoffen en energie, Emissies, en Milieuheffingen. Verder wordt in thema-artikelen nader stilgestaan bij actuele economische onderwerpen. Een van de thema's heeft de title 'Aandeel hernieuwbare energie in Nederland nog klein'.
[en] In terms of the relationship between environmental pollution and economic development, the two factors are interrelated and restricted by each other, also the two factors have different effects on employment. Now the effects of the two on employment have gradually become the focus of the discussion in the academic circle. Based on this background, this thesis, in order to explore the effects of environmental pollution and economic development level on employment, first discussed the level of environmental pollution and the level of economic development according to the analysis of the influencing factors of employment, and finally constructed the model of the impact of environmental pollution level and the level of economic development on employment in order to provide some reference values for future researchers. (paper)
[en] Were the oil shocks the main cause of the economic crisis which has developed since the beginning of the seventies. The survey of the literature which has been devoted to this issue shows that the question still remains open: some consider that the increase in the price of energy has been the key factor in the productivity slowdown; other argue that the consequences would have been out of proportion with the initial perturbation. For a comprehensive approach of the interactions of the oil shocks with the economic crisis, it is necessary to put these phenomenon in an historical and systemic perspective. The oil shocks then appear as both the consequence of the ''Golden Age'' growth pattern and as aggravating factors of its on-going crisis. (author). 35 refs
[en] The capacity development trends of the nuclear power sector, the contribution of nuclear power to the greenhouse effect, the position of nuclear power during the period of energy market liberalization, and selected conceptual problems of the Czech power industry are discussed. Particular recommendations are made for the formulation of the energy policy of the Czech Republic in view of the planned integration of the country into the European Union. (P.A.)
[en] The theory of the capitalist economy has advanced through conceptual mutations; first, Quesnay breaks up with Petty; then the classics with the physiocrats; and at the end, the neoclassic with the classics. When the neoclassic leave the concept of work, and this is transformed by thermodynamics, some new conceptual elements appear on it, which will make a growth of ecology as a science, possible. Ecology has, lately, become a paradigm, to propose a new way of economic theorization which is now facing the dominant economic theory and foreboding a deep new mutation within the neoclassic economic discourse