NAEC

New Approaches to Economic Challenges: Policy Trade-Offs and Complementarities

 

 

Pillar 2. Policy Trade-Offs and Complementarities


 B1. New approaches to analysing multi-dimensional wellbeing: trade-offs and synergies
 

 B2. Measuring and assessing job quality
 

 B3. Assessing the effects of distribution of skills and key related institutional variables on multi-dimensional wellbeing outcomes
 
B4.  Do policies that increase GDP per capita also increase median income?
 
B5.  Assessing the transitional costs and distributional consequences of structural reforms
 
B6. Closing the loop: how inequality affects economic growth and social cohesion?
 
B7. Analysing growth and equality trade-offs in taxation
 
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B8. Trade-offs and synergies between globalisation, innovation and inequality
 
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B9. Cost of Inaction and Resource Scarcity: Consequences for Long-term Economic Growth / Benefits of Action
 
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B10.  Environmental policies and economic performance
 
B11. Trade-offs and synergies between environment and inequality
 
B12(a). Increasing the resilience of economies to exogenous shocks
 
B12(b). Increasing the resilience of economies to exogenous shocks
 

B13. OECD@100: global trends and policy challenges
 

B14. Long-term scenarios for food and agriculture
 
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B15. Ensuring productivity growth and innovation in the long run
 
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Completed Deliverables

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Project B1

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 Project B2

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Project B13

'OECD@100'

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