Maintaining Momentum: OECD Perspectives on Policy Challenges in Chile


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In 2010, the new Chilean government embarked on an ambitious reform agenda to further enhance the growth potential of the Chilean economy and the well-being of the Chilean population.


To inform the current policy debate in Chile and present an economic assessment with concrete recommendations and policy options, this report provides a detailed analysis of the overall Chilean economic situation.


Read the Secretary-General's remarks about this book at its launch on 4 April 2011.


Published: 4 April 2011 | Pages: 252 | ISBN: 9789264092754

President Piňera and OECD Secretary-General Gurría,
4 April 2011 

 Table of contents

Chapter 1. Overview: Keeping momentum –  an OECD economic assessment of Chile

Chapter 2. Locking in growth: Macroeconomic and structural policy challenges

Chapter 3. The productivity challenge: Enhancing competition, entrepreneurship and innovation

Chapter 4. Quality, equity and equality in  the education system

Chapter 5. Employment challenges: Labour market flexibility, informal employment and employability

Chapter 6. Improving equality and reducing poverty

Chapter 7. Enhancing the capacity of Chile’s public administration

Chapter 8. Strengthening the financial system in Chile

Chapter 9. Regional development policies:  Co-ordination across levels of government

Chapter 10. Chile going green

Chapter 11. Diversifying exports and improving competitiveness

Chapter 12. Making the most of an open foreign investment regime

Chapter 13. Measuring progress and well-being: New concepts, new policies


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