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OECD Economic Surveys: Chile 2012
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  30 Jan 2012
Pages: 140 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264127203 , OECD Code: 102012031P1
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Other languages:  French (Available)
Superseded by: OECD Economic Surveys: Chile 2013 - (Available)
Other Versions:  E-book - PDF Format
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Description

OECD's 2012 Economic Survey of Chile examines recent economic developments and policies, progress in structural reform, reducing poverty in Chile through cash transfers and better jobs, and the housing market in Chile.


Table of contents:

Executive summary


Assessment and recommendations
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Bibliography
-Annex A1. Progress in structural reform
Chapter 1. Reducing poverty in Chile: Cash transfers and better jobs
-Introduction
-Poverty and inequality in Chile
-Cash transfers as an instrument to reduce poverty
-Improving labour market outcomes for workers at risk of poverty
-Bibliography
Chapter 2. Building blocks for a better functioning housing market in Chile
-A significant share of the population lives in poor housing conditions
-House price growth has remained contained keeping housing affordable for most Chileans
-A deeper housing finance market has facilitated access to credit
-A more efficient and resilient mortgage market could improve access to credit
-For poor households housing remains too expensive
-Housing subsidies have widened access to housing...
-... but subsidies do not always reach those most in need
-Making housing subsidies more efficient and equitable through better targeting
-Housing subsidies have not always led to better living conditions
-Better standards to improve housing quality and protect public health
-Measures to reduce segregation and avoid poverty traps
-Housing support excessively promotes homeownership
-Making housing support more tenure neutral would uncover hidden demand and improve mobility
-Owner-occupied housing receives a preferential tax treatment
-A tax reform to reduce distortions, improve equity and promote a more balanced housing market
-Bibliography
-Annex 2.A1. Housing-related taxes: Interest rate deductibility, imputed rent and capital gains tax


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