New Approaches to Economic Challenges

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NAEC REPORTS

The NAEC process has stimulated multi-dimensional approaches, generated new policy-relevant indicators, led to more horizontal programmes and to a review of long-standing analytical approaches across several policy areas. A NAEC Interim Report was presented at the 2013 Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM), which outlined 29 specific projects that are being undertaken as part of NAEC [C/MIN(2013)2]. This was followed by a Synthesis at the MCM in 2014 which presented a comprehensive overview of the various NAEC projects [C/MIN(2014)2]. The synthesis reflected on the lessons from the crisis and on long-term trends as well as emerging themes. The Final Synthesis will be submitted at the 2015 MCM.

 

INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS

A NAEC Interim Report was presented at the 2013 Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM), which outlined 29 specific projects that are being undertaken as part of NAEC [C/MIN(2013)2].

Pillar 1. Reflection & Horizon Scanning
COMPLETED DELIVERABLES  Main Themes

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  • Lessons from economic history and previous crises
  • Role of the financial sector in the crisis and future reforms
  • Revisiting policy instruments for achieving growth- and equity-friendly fiscal consolidation
  • Horizon scanning for new economic tools and approaches

 

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Pillar 2. Policy Trade-Offs and Complementarities


COMPLETED DELIVERABLES  Main Themes

 

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  • Linking policy drivers to wellbeing outcomes
  • Inequality and economic growth
  • Environment, economic growth and inequality
  • Economic growth and stability
  • Long-term trends and policy trade-offs

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Pillar 3. Institutions and Governance


COMPLETED DELIVERABLES Main Themes

 

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  • Trust in government
  • Vulnerability of social institutions
  • New challenges for governance
  • Economic growth and stability  

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