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No. 24, July 2014
Shifting gear: policy challenges for the next 50 years
No. 23, February 2014
OECD forecasts during and after the financial crisis: a post mortem
No. 22, February 2014
How do growth-promoting policies affect macroeconomic stability?
No. 21, Novembery 2013
Medium-run capacity adjustment in the automobile industry
No. 20, July 2013
How much scope for growth and equity-friendly fiscal consolidation?
No. 19, June 2013
What future for health spending?
No. 18, June 2013
What makes civil justice effective?, Giustizia civile: come promuoverne l’efficienza?
No. 17, June 2013
Raising the returns to innovation: structural policies for a knowledge-based economy
N°. 16, Jan 2013
Debt and Macroeconomic stability: The perils of high debt and how to avoid them
N°. 15, Nov 2012
Looking to 2060: A global vision of long-term growth
N°. 14, Jun 2012
Financial Contagion in the Era of Globalised Banking
N°. 13, Jun 2012
International capital mobility: structural policies to reduce financial fragility
N°. 12, Apr 2012
What are the best policy instruments for fiscal consolidation?
N°. 11, Apr 2012
Fiscal consolidation: How much is needed to reduce debt to a prudent level?
N°. 10, Feb 2012
Managing government debt and assets after the crisis
N°. 09, Jan 2012
Income inequality and growth - The role of taxes and transfers
N°. 08, Jan 2012
Inequality in labour income - What are its drivers and how can it be reduced?
N°. 07, Jul 2011
Recent Developments in the Automobile Industry
N°. 06, May 2011
Getting the most out of International Capital Flows
N°. 05, Apr 2011
The persistence of high unemployment: what risks? what policies?
N°. 04, Mar 2011
The Effects of Oil Price Hikes on Economic Activity and Inflation
N°. 03, Mar 2011
The Impact of Structural Reforms on Current Account Imbalances
N°. 02, Nov 2010
Health care systems: Getting more value for money
N°. 01, May 2010
Counter Cyclical Economic Policy