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The Indian economy has been catching up but sustaining high growth requires further reforms. Fiscal policy needs to be strengthened and spending on subsidies reformed to promote more inclusive growth. The government is committed to building on financial sector reforms.
Housing policies in France are designed to meet several objectives. They consist primarily in ensuring that all households have housing that corresponds to their needs and financial means.
A well-functioning housing market is essential for economic prosperity and well-being.
Having embarked on a strong recovery Mexico should continue efforts to strengthen tax revenues and enhance spending efficiency to maintain growth-enhancing investments and reduce poverty. Structural reforms should address macroeconomic volatility, limited competition and education.
In this paper we describe the main features of the French social housing system as viewed from abroad, and place it within the context of systems in other major developed countries, particularly in Europe.
Housing plays a key role in the economy, because of its weight in household expenditures and assets, its importance for social well being, and its impact on educational outcomes and employment as well as on the business cycle.
This paper reviews key policy messages and warnings about developments in the run-up to the global financial and economic crisis that began in mid-2007.
The recession has highlighted the need for structural reforms to help the New Zealand economy adjust towards a more sustainable growth path. This survey discusses policies to reduce external vulnerabilities, rebalance housing markets, improve product market regulation and foster green growth.
"The OECD has absolute confidence in Japan’s capacity to overcome the Great East Japan Earthquake, building on its unique stock of human capital, financial wealth, technology and discipline.", said Angel Gurría for the launch of the OECD’s Economic Survey of Japan in Tokyo.
This paper presents an empirical analysis of the determinants of inflation in the United States, Japan, the euro area and the United Kingdom, focusing on the role of resource utilisation, inflation expectations, inflation persistence and imported inflation.