Real convergence and EU growth

An occasional paper from the European Central Bank focuses on real convergence and its determinants in candidate and potential candidate countries for joining the euro.

The analysis reveals that total factor productivity growth has been the main driver of convergence, followed by capital deepening, whereas labour has contributed only marginally to economic growth.

EU candidate and potential candidate countries have been experiencing strong economic growth, improvements in labour markets and

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