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OECD Economic Surveys are periodic reviews of member and non-member economies. Reviews of member and some non-member economies are on a two-year cycle; other selected non-member economies are also reviewed from time to time. Each Economic Survey provides a comprehensive analysis of economic developments, with chapters covering key economic challenges and policy recommendations addressing these challenges.

Australia Economic Survey 2021

The pandemic recession in 2020 was milder than in most other OECD countries, but recent outbreaks have prompted the country to begin transitioning from a zero tolerance to a containment approach to the virus. As the recovery becomes more firmly entrenched, public policy must focus on setting the conditions for another prolonged period of strong and well-distributed growth in living standards.

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Australia Economic Snapshot

European Union & Euro Area Economic Surveys 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic plunged the EU into its worst-ever recession and risks increasing inequalities, notably between regions. Thanks to a bold and innovative policy response, including a common instrument to finance national recovery plans (Next Generation EU), growth is rebounding, but ambitious reforms will be essential to heal the scars of the pandemic and succeed in the green and digital transitions.

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EA and EU Economic Snapshot

Italy Economic Survey 2021

Italy’s economy is recovering steadily from the COVID crisis, thanks to the vaccination campaign and generous fiscal support to households and firms. Risks to the outlook are large, including virus variants and the path of global interest rates. To raise growth and employment above pre-pandemic levels, the composition of public spending and taxes must improve.

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Italy Economic Snapshot

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Études périodiques des économies des pays membres de l’OCDE et d’une sélection d’économies non membres. Les examens des pays membres couvrent généralement un cycle de 18 mois, contrairement aux pays non membres qui sont examinés en accord avec le pays concerné. Un minimum de 18 études est réalisé chaque année.

Chaque numéro présente une analyse complète des évolutions observées dans le pays concerné et consacre des chapitres entiers sur des enjeux économiques clés assortis de recommandations destinées à relever ces défis.

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