Macroeconomics analisis of recessions in austria norway and spain

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Recession of 1975: Oil ShockAustria: -0,6 %. No impact in Norway (probably because of proper petrol reserves - no imports are needed) Spain: The recession (-1%) is due to political and economical uncertainty rather than to the oilshock because the increase in oil prices of the 1st oil shock was supported by the government (prices were not risen) Recession of 1978 - 1981: 2nd Oil Shock. Austria: Stronger impact than 1st oil shock:-2,4% in 1978 and -0,4% in 1981. (Early 80's also crisis in the state industries and budget consolidation matters) Norway: very little impact in Norway: -0,1% in 1978 Spain: big impact: negativegrowth rates in most years between 1975 and 1981, up to -1,8%, due to not having taken any steps to lower the petrol needs after the 1st oil shock and because of the political measures to re-structure theeconomy in the new democracy (Franco died in 1975, Pactos de la Moncloa). Recession of 1988: Only in Norway (-1%): banking crisis (deregulation - credit boom - fall of oil prices - recession - banksgo bankrupt) Recession of 1993 in Europe, massive devaluations of currencies of some countries Austria: -0,8% (as an exporter it suffered the impact of devaluation of other countries -> lower exportsand the general recession in Europe -> lower tourism) No impact in Norway Spain: -2,5%: Decline in public and private investment (rising interest rates, falling company profits due to rigid...
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