Session 1: Pro-competition structural reforms and more inclusive growth

 

Session 1: Pro-competition structural reforms and more inclusive growth
 
In its Going for Growth publication, the OECD takes stock of structural reform in the Organisation’s member countries and in the EE5 countries (for the first time in 2011). Product-market competition reforms appear to be important priorities for growth, especially so in lower income countries. What are the main policy challenges in this area, for developed and developing countries - including appropriate complementary inclusive policies to ensure that the benefits from competition and growth are more widely shared?

 

Speaker: Robert D. Willig (Princeton University) powerpoint
Discussants: Jorgen Elmeskov (OECD-ECO) powerpoint
and Federico Giammusso (Economic Counsellor, Italian Delegation to the OECD) powerpoint

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