21.04.2014 | Presentations
This report, conducted by the University of Iceland's Institute of International Affairs, surveys Iceland’s accession process with the European Union, how it proceeded and the status of the application when put on hold in early 2013.
18.07.2013 | Reports
Íslenskt efnahagslíf hefur gengið í gegnum umtalsverðar breytingar á síðustu árum. Á sama tíma hefur upplýsingagjöf til erlendra aðila um stöðu efnahagsmála á Íslandi verið af skornum skammti. Af þeim sökum hefur reynst erfitt fyrir mikilvæga hagsmunaaðila íslenskra fyrirtækja og yfirvalda að ná góðri yfirsýn um orsakir efnahagskreppunnar og stöðu hagkerfisins almennt.
01.12.2012 | Reports
The Guidelines on Corporate Governance are published by the Iceland Chamber of Commerce, NASDAQ OMX Iceland hf. and the Confederation of Icelandic Employers. The objective of the guidelines is to improve corporate governance by clarifying roles and responsibilities of managers and enable them to uphold the interest of all stakeholders.
01.11.2007 | Reports
The internationalisation of the Icelandic financial sector proceeded from market liberalisation, European integration, and privatisation, on the base of a strong, well-funded pension system and an exceptionally healthy institutional framework. This report examines closely the current state of the Icelandic banks and financial sector, as well as the regulatory and macroeconomic environment.
01.02.2007 | Reports
The recent sharp increase in Icelandic foreign direct investment (FDI) has caught the attention of the international financial community, gaining special attention in the media of Denmark and the UK, where Icelandic businesses have been most active. Such aggressive expansion raises questions that must be answered in order to ensure a proper flow of information between Icelandic businesses and their host nations.
01.05.2006 | Reports
Recent volatility in Iceland's asset markets have raised concerns about the fragility of Iceland's economy. In this respect many have looked to the country’s large current account deficit. This study provides a framework for evaluating financial fragility by examining the fundamentals of Iceland's economy to see whether they suggest that the country could go down the traditional routes to financial instability.