Volume 54, May/June 2019, Number 3 · p. 193
In the Forum article "The Euro at 20: Still a Project Projected to Fail?" by Adalbert Winkler in Intereconomics, Vol. 54, No. 2, 2019, p. 90-95, DOI: 10.1007/s10272-019-0800-9, Table 1 and Figure 2 contain incorrect data. The adjustments appear here.
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Table 1 (back to the text)
Difference-in-difference: Euro area versus the United States
Source: Author's calculation based on IMF data.
Figure 2 (back to the text)
Average GDP per capita growth in Euro Area Member States (% p.a.): difference-in-difference to the US and an average of selected mature non-euro area (NEA) countries (1998-1992 vs. 1991-1981; 2009-1999 vs. 1998-1992; 2018-2010 vs. 2009-1999)
Source: Author's compilation based on IMF data. Euro area aggregates for unemployment (before 1991) and inflation (before 1992) are calculated based on individual EAMS data (the original EAMS + Greece) weighted by the respective EAMS population share; for GDP growth (before 1992) and government debt-to-GDP (before 1995) the weighting is performed by using the respective EAMS shares in total GDP.