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OECD's periodic review of Denmark's economy. This issue includes chapters covering the recent developments and policies to overcome the crisis, the decline in productivity growth, and human capital.
Tables des matières:
Executive summary Assessment and recommendations Chapter 1.Denmark: the crisis and beyond -The Danish economy in international context -The financial crisis and the macroeconomic outlook -Potential medium-term implications of the recession. -Policies to overcome the crisis -A key challenge ahead: reinvigorating productivity -Bibliography -Annex 1.A1. Consolidation in the Danish banking sector during the financial crisis -Annex 1.A2. Progress in structural reform -Annex 1.A3. Topics covered in previous OECD Economic Surveys of Denmark Chapter 2.Why has productivity growth declined? -Trends in labour productivity -Sectoral productivity performance -Recent developments in labour productivity -The contribution of labour composition and capital to productivity -Structural and policy factors affecting productivity -Bibliography -Annex 2.A1. Background technical analysis Chapter 3.Human capital: key to higher productivity -Educational attainment and market outcomes -Early childhood and compulsory education -Upper secondary education -Tertiary education -Conclusions -Annex 3.A1. Micro-data evidence