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The indicators cover areas of taxation and income support systems and how they affect work incentives, as well as product and labour market regulations, education and training, trade and investment rules and innovation policies.
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It is important in the current context to ensure that reform efforts are more even across countries so that the process of rebalancing can be facilitated by stronger global demand.
Notes to statistical Annex Tables, Sources and Methods of the OECD Economic Outlook.
Adopting ambitious and comprehensive structural reform agendas will offer governments the best chance for a return to strong, sustainable and balanced economic growth that creates jobs and reduces inequality, according to the OECD’s latest Going for Growth report
First published in 2005, this annual report provides an overview of structural policy developments in OECD countries from a comparative perspective.
OECD GDP growth rate stable at 0.6% in fourth quarter of 2013
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In dieser Broschüre, die sich auf das Fachwissen und die Erfahrung der OECD-Mitgliedsländer stützt, werden wichtige Politikprioritäten zur Steigerung des Produktivitäts-wachstums und Verbesserung der sozialen Inklusion aufgezeigt.
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Despite the harsh external economic environment, Germany has managed to reduce unemployment significantly while buttressing the long-term sustainability of its public finances. Drawing on the expertise and experience of OECD member countries, this report sets out key policy priorities to boost productivity growth and social inclusion.
After five years of work at every level to correct the fiscal, financial and external imbalances that led to the crisis, and to reinforce fiscal and financial institutions, the Euro Area is beginning to show signs of recovery. But, despite these positive signs, growth is still weak and uneven.
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The euro area is beginning to show the much-awaited signs of recovery. Area-wide efforts to strengthen the public finances and the institutional underpinnings of the monetary union are sowing the seeds of vigorous, inclusive growth. But comprehensive structural reforms are needed to enhance productivity and restore competitiveness in the years to come.