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EUROFRAME is a group of ten independent European research institutes. Founded in 1998, it cooperates on macroeconomic forecasting and other analyses to provide improved policy recommendations for the European Union and their respective nations/clients.[1][2]

It has published numerous studies, most notably the annual "Economic Assessment of the Euro Area".[3]

The current President of EUROFRAME is Catherine Mathieu of OFCE(France).[4]


Founding Members (1998)[edit]

Further Members[edit]

  • CASE (Poland), 2007


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