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TEH-A has produced a study of economic trends in OECD-member European countries over the last ten years to evaluate their performance, with special focus on the crisis period (2008-2012). The study takes into consideration a number of key indicators including GDP, employment level, public debt, productivity, international openness and innovation. The four best performers are Austria, Poland, Slovakia and Sweden. These are economies of varying size and characteristics that have adopted different strategies and policies, but which share enhanced resilience to the crisis. The study was presented during our 39th annual workshop, "Intelligence on the World, Europe and Italy". Villa d'Este, Cernobbio (Como), September 7, 2013.