In this analysis, Ella Kallai and Laurian Lungu look at the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Romanian economy. The paper starts by highlighting macroeconomic imbalances that existed prior to the crisis. It then assesses the impact on labor markets and economic sectors underscoring the consequences for public finances and country risk. Finally, the analysis addresses the fundamental issue of restarting the economy in the context of the European Green Deal. This analysis was prepared for the Energy Policy Group (EPG) as part of a European Climate Foundation grant. Download the full analysis (EN) Descărcați analiza (RO)
Category: Co-authored papers
România și aderarea la zona euro: întrebarea este ÎN CE CONDIȚII!
Daniel Dăianu, Ella Viktoria Kállai, Gabriela Mihailovici, Aura Socol,
This study was prepared in 2016 under the coordination of Daniel Dăianu for the European Institute in Romania and looks at the economic prerequisites for joining the Euro zone.
Tax policy under the curse of low revenues: The case of Romania
Ella Viktoria Kállai, Laurian Lungu and Daniel Daianu, 2012
Euro Plus Pact Adoption: Implications for Romanian Fiscal Policy
Daniel Daianu, Laurian Lungu and Ella Kallai, 2012
Poverty Impacts of Romanian Remittances from EU: Effects of Host-Country Migration Policies
by Ella Viktoria Kállai and Mircea Maniu, 2009
The Monetary Union: The Decade Ahead. The Case of Non-Member States
by Daniel Daianu and Laurian Lungu, 2009
Input Efficiency in Publicly Provided Education: The Case of Romania
by Ella Viktoria Kállai and Mircea Maniu, 2008
Public Finance and Growth: Lessons for Romania
Ella Viktoria Kállai, 2008
Why Is This Financial Crisis Occurring? How to Respond to It?
Daniel Daianu and Laurian Lungu, 2008
Direct and Reverse Causality between Teacher Effect and Student Performance
Ella Viktoria Kállai, Mircea Maniu and Monica Voicu, 2006