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Section 1 discusses the main lessons from the crisis, the response that followed, current economic challenges, and challenges going forward, the latter being largely based on the long-term trends identified and analysed in the OECD@100 project. Section 2 outlines new policy themes and tentative recommendations that are emerging from NAEC projects.
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