Périodicité: Tous les 18 mois
This 2003 edition of OECD's periodic review of Ireland's economy includes special features on public expenditure reform and sructural policy.
Tables des matières:
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 Annex I. Anti-Inflation Proposals Annex II. Social Partnership in Ireland Annex III. The Problems Associated with Measuring Irish Productivity