Productivity Report 2021: productivity growth in the period of post-covid economic recovery

The Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development, as the National Productivity Board, produced the third Productivity Report. This year's content was marked by the COVID-19 crisis in the light of the economic recovery. We point out the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on...

Key messages of the Productivity Report 2021 to the government an to the business sector.

European Pillar of Social Rights: Slovenia ranks high among EU Member States on most headline indicators

The European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) was proclaimed in 2017 by the European Parliament, the Council and the...

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Current economic trends from 17 to 21 January 2022: labour market and Slovenian industrial producer prices

Labour market conditions remained favourable last November and employment continued to rise. In the first 11 months of...

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Slovenian Economic Mirror 1/2022: favourable economic trends continue and unemployment is declining

In Slovenia, most economic indicators suggest that the relatively favourable trends in the export-oriented part of the...

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