Productivity and long term growth

Previous Economic Policy Reforms: Going for Growth

 

Going for Growth is an OECD flagship publication alongside the OECD Economic Outlook and OECD Economic Surveys. First published in 2005, this annual report provides an overview of structural policy developments in OECD countries from a comparative perspective. Based on a broad set of indicators of structural policies and performance, each edition takes stock of recent progress in implementing policy reforms to improve labour productivity and utilisation that were identified as priorities in the previous edition. The set of internationally comparable indicators provided here enables countries to assess their economic performance and structural policies in a broad range of areas.

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Going for Growth 2013

Taking stock of reforms action and identifying priorities in 2013

The effects of growth-enhancing structural reforms on other policy objectives

Country Notes

Structural policies indicators


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Going for Growth 2012

Structural reforms in times of crisis

Country Notes

Structural policy indicators

Can structural reforms kick-start the recovery? Lessons from 30 years of OECD reform

Reducing income inequality while boosting economic growth: Can it be done?

Under shock: How to spread macroeconomic risks more fairly


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Going for Growth 2011 

An Overview of Going for Growth Priorites in 2011

Country Notes

Structural policy indicators

Housing and the economy: policies for renovation

Tackling current account imbalances: is there a role for structural policies?

A new look at OECD health care systems: typology, efficiency and policies


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Going for Growth 2010 

Responding to the Crisis while Protecting Long-term Growth
Responding to the Going for Growth Policy Priorities: an Overview of Progress since 2005
Country Notes
Structural policy indicators

A family affair: intergenerational social mobility across OECD countries

Getting it right: prudential regulation and competition in banking

Going for Growth in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and South Africa


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Going for Growth: 2009 

Structural Reform at a Time of Financial Crisis

Responding to the Going for Growth Policy Priorities: an Overview of Progress

Country Notes

Taxation and economic growth

Infrastructure investment: links to growth and the role of public policy

Reform of product market regulation in OECD countries: 1998-2008

Population structurel, employment and productivity


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Going for Growth: 2008 

Responding to the Going for Growth 2007 Policy Priorities: an Overview of Progress
Country Notes

Explaining differences in hours worked across OECD countries

The scope to enhance efficiency in primary and secondary education

Policies to enhance investment in higher education

Economic geography and GDP per capita

International trade in services and domestic regulation


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Going for Growth: 2007

Structural policy priorities: overview

Country Notes

Structural policy indicators

The employment effects of policies and institutions

Product market regulation and productivity convergence

Policies to strengthen competition in product markets

What shapes the implementation of structural reform?


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Going for Growth: 2006

Progress in Responding to the 2005 Policy Priorities: Overview

Country Notes

Encouraging Innovation

Regulation of financial systems and economic growth

Alternative measures of well-being


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Going for Growth: 2005 

Structural policy priorities

Structural policy indicators

Country Notes

Product market regulation in OECD countries: 1998 to 2003

The retirement effects of old-age pension and early retirement schemes in OECD countries

Female labour force participation: past trends and main determinants in OECD countries

Long-term budgetary implications of tax-favoured retirement saving plans

 

 

 

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