Economic surveys and country surveillance

List of Economic Surveys of Japan

 

OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2013 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Solution Click to READ

Economic Survey of Japan 2013

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From tragedy to the revitalisation of Japan
Restoring Japan’s fiscal sustainability

OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2011 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ 

Economic Survey of Japan 2011

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Japan's economic recovery: Seeking a self-sustained expansion and an end to deflation
Achieving fiscal sustainability in Japan
Japan's new Growth strategy to create demand and jobs
Education reform in Japan
Labour market reforms to improve growth and Equity
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2009 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ

Economic Survey of Japan 2009

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Overcoming the global crisis: the need for a new growth model
Financial stability: overcoming the crisis and improving the efficiency of the banking sector
The fiscal policy response to the crisis and achieving fiscal sustainability
Health-care reform in Japan: controlling costs, improving quality and ensuring equity
Improving the policy framework in Japan to address climate change
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2008 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ Economic Survey of Japan 2008
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Key challenges to sustaining the expansion in Japan
Bringing an end to deflation under the new monetary policy framework
Achiving progress on fiscal consolidation by controlling government expenditures
Reforming the tax system to promote fiscal sustainability and economic growth
Enhancing the productivity of the service sector in Japan
Reforming the labour market to cope with increasing dualism and population ageing
 
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2006 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ 

Economic Survey of Japan 2006

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Key challenges to sustaining Japan’s improved economic performance
Ensuring a definitive end to deflation and sustaining the soundness of the banking sector
A strategy for fiscal consolidation
Income inequality, poverty and social spending
Upgrading Japan’s innovation system to sustain economic growth
Strengthening the integration of Japan in the world economy to benefit more fully from globalisation
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2005 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ Economic Survey of Japan 2005
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Key economic challenges facing Japan
Ending deflation and achieving a self-sustained expansion
Achieving fiscal sustainability
Getting the most out of public sector decentralisation
Removing the obstacles to faster growth
Improving the functioning of the labour market
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2003 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ Economic Survey of Japan 2003
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Macroeconomic developments and key economic challenges
Bringing deflation to an end
Achieving fiscal sustainability
Product market competition and economic performance
Further structural reforms to enhance growth
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2002 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ  Economic Survey of Japan 2002
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Recent developments: will the cyclical recovery lead to sustained growth?
The policy framework: achievements and evolving challenges
Improving the sources of growth and higher living standards
Human capital, technology and sectoral policies for growth
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2001 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ Economic Survey of Japan 2001
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Recent development: from a modest recovery to contraction
Towards a new overall policy framework
Structural reform to promote growth
Healthcare reform
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2000 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ Economic Survey of Japan 2000
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Recent developments: recovery and adjustment
Fiscal, monetary and financial-sector policies
Structural policies to enhance growth and secure recovery: a review of progress
Improving the performance of public spending
OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 1999 | OECD Free preview | Powered by Keepeek Digital Asset Management Click to READ  Economic Survey of Japan 1999
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Recent trends and prospects
Monetary, exchange rate and financial-sector policy and developments
Fiscal policy and medium-term public sector issues
The tax system: a need for comprehensive reform
Structural reforms to revitalise the economy

 

 

 

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