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OECD Economic Surveys: Luxembourg 2012
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  15 Jan 2013
Pages: 92 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264188853 , OECD Code: 102012221P1
Price:   €61 | $86 | £54 | ¥7200 | MXN1080 , Standard shipping included!
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OECD's 2012 Economic Survey of Luxembourg examines recent economic developments, policy and prospects and includes more detailed analyses of social cohesion and green growth.

Table of contents:
Basic statistics of Luxembourg, 2011
Executive summary
Assessment and recommendations
-The economy has slowed and faces a number of risks
-The financial sector is weathering the crisis
-Changes in international regulation will shape the development of the financial sector
-Government expenditure is not on a sustainable path
-Enhancing the efficiency of public spending would improve the sustainability of the social system
-Better structural policies to sustain living standards, growth and sectoral diversification
-Social outcomes could be improved by tackling unemployment traps and better targeting of social support
-More sustainable and greener growth
-Annex A.1. Progress in structural reform
Chapter 1. Strengthening social cohesion: Making efficiency and equitygo hand in hand
-Inequality has risen despite high taxes and transfers
-The large transfer system is poorly targeted
-The underperforming education system does little to address inequality
Chapter 2. Greening growth
-Luxembourg has rapidly reinforced in its position as an economic centre
-Transport investment and pricing
-Urban planning and housing policies to control urban sprawl
-Water infrastructure and management.
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