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OECD Economic Surveys: Norway 2014
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  20 Mar 2014
Pages: 112 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264206779 , OECD Code: 102014041P1
Price:   €46 | $64 | £40 | ¥5900 | MXN830 , Standard shipping included!
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This 2014 OECD Economic Survey of Norway examines recent economic developements, policies and prospects. Special chapters cover real estate markets and financial risk and entrepreneurship.

Table of contents:

Basic statistics of Norway, 2012 7
Executive summary 9
-Main findings 10
-Key recommendations 11
Assessment and recommendations 13
-Macroeconomic prospects 17
-New tools to complement monetary policy 19
--Summary of recommendations on monetary policy and financial stability  21
-Evolving fiscal policy 22
--Summary of recommendations on fiscal policy 26
-Sources of growth 26
-Innovation and entrepreneurship 28
--Summary of recommendations on entrepreneurship 31
-Human capital, education and the labour market 32
--Summary of recommendations on education and labour market policy  35
-Bibliography 36
-Annex. Follow-up to previous OECD policy recommendations 37
Chapter 1. The financial system and real estate: Strengthening resilience 45
-Monetary and macroprudential policy for financial stability 46
-Prudential policy and home mortgage loans 60
-Household indebtedness and the possible process of deleveraging 67
-Better allocation of resources in the long run 70
--Summary of recommendations on the real-estate market and financial system 75
-Bibliography 76
Chapter 2. Entrepreneurship 79
-The need for productivity growth 80
-Innovation and productivity 80
-Are Norwegians entrepreneurial? 87
-The performance of start-ups 94
-Finance for growth 97
-Clusters, and direct support for innovation 100
-Regulatory policy and public ownership 103
-Policy implications 105
--Recommendations on entrepreneurship 108
-Bibliography 109

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