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OECD's 2013 Going for Growth: Reforming for a strong and balanced recovery, Remarks by Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary-General
This chapter assesses progress that countries have made in responding to Going for Growth policy recommendations since 2011. Against this background, it identifies and discusses new priority areas where structural reforms are needed to lift growth across OECD and BRIICS countries.
Chapter 2. The effects of growth-enhancing structural reforms on other policy objectives
This chapter examines the potential side effects of the growth-enhancing policy recommendations reviewed in Chapter 1 on two other aspects of well-being, namely income distribution and the environment, as well as on government budget balances and current accounts. In doing so, the chapter describes the main channels of influence and identify possible policy trade-offs and complementarities.
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