Périodicité: Tous les 18 mois
This 2003 edition of OECD's Economic Survey of Ireland examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. It includes special features on public expenditure reform and sructural policy.
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Assessment and Recommendations I. Adjusting to Slower Growth and Ensuring Prosperity -The Nature of the Growth Slowdown -Future Prospects --Short-Term Outlook --Longer-Term Prospects -Policy Challenges --The Challenge for Public Finances --Ensuring Prosperity --Enhancing Welfare II. Consolidating the Public Finances- -Gradual Adjustment of Public Finances to Slower Growth -Medium-Term Fiscal Position -The Impact of Ageing on the Public Finances -Control of the Public Finances and Priorities III. Enhancing the Effectiveness of Public Expenditure Management -Trends in Public Expenditure in Forces Shaping Them -Strengthening the Budgetary Process and Control -Improving the Cost Effectiveness of Public Spending -Challenges of Improving Spending Outcomes in Health Care and Infrastructure -Agenda for Future Reform IV. Sustaining Growth: The Structural Policy Dimensions -Introduction -Improving Regulation and Promoting Competition and Market Solutions --The Administrative and Regulatory System --Competition Policy and Enforcement --Telecommunications: Establishing a Low-Cost Regime --Electricity: Establishing Competition in a Small Market --Transport: Introducing Competition and Independent Regulation -Changing Focus of Industrial Policy -Priorities in Human Capital Development -Labour Market Policy -Some Aspects of Sustainable Development --Climate Change --Reducing Water Pollution --Improving Waste Management Annexes Annex I. Anti-Inflation Proposals Annex II. Social Partnership in Ireland Annex III. The Problems Associated with Measuring Irish Productivity