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SPECIAL FEATURES Coping with Ageing Progress in Structural Reform
The OECD produces highly sought-after annual reviews of Member countries' economies and selected non-member countries. Approximately eighteen surveys are issued during a calendar year. Each issue provides a solid analysis of developments in the subject country, special reports on topics of current interest, and extensive statistical information. OECD Economic Surveys are reference tools for governments, businesses, academics and NGOs. The format and basic content of all Economic Surveys are the same.
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Assessment and Recommendations I. Macroeconomic Performance -Following Robust Growth in 2000, Activity is Slowing Down -Short-Term Prospects and Risks -A Medium-Term Challenge: Rising Multifactor Productivity II. Fiscal Policy: Reducing Debt and the Tax Burden -Overview -Recent Budgetary Developments -Debt Dynamics and Debt Management -The Tax Reform Programme III. Public Spending in Italy: Policy to Enhance its Effectiveness -General Government Expenditure and Forces Shaping Them -Correcting the Deficiencies in Public Spending Management and Control -Issues in Fiscal Federalism -Assessment and Agenda for Further Reform IV. Structural Reforms to Raise Potential Growth -The Policy Implications of the 1990s Growth Slowdown -Policies to Boost Employment -Policies to Boost Productivity -Product and Financial Market Reform to Improve Competitiveness -Conclusions Annex I. The Sale of Public Real Estate Assets Annex II. Main Conclusions of the Brambilla Pension Commission Annex III. Future Directions for Labour Market Reform Annex IV. Chronology of Main Economic Events