OECD's 2013 Economic Survey of Slovenia examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. This issue's special chapters cover banking and welfare restructuring.
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Executive summary Assessment and recommendations -The economy is in a deep recession -Restoring the banking sector is the most urgent priority -Restoring public finances -Easing economic adjustment through more flexible labour and product markets and promoting green growth -Bibliography -Annex A1. Progress in structural reform Chapter 1. Banks’ restructuring and smooth deleveraging of the private sector -Poor corporate governance led to a major banking crisis -As many banks remain fragile, a comprehensive restructuring of the banking sector is needed -Deleveraging of the corporate sector -Preventing future crises -Bibliography Chapter 2. Restructuring welfare spending -Fiscal sustainability would benefit from a restructuring of welfare spending -There is scope to reduce welfare spending while maintaining low inequality -Improving the design of cash benefits -Rationalising spending on publicly provided services -Containing pressures on future public expenditure -Bibliography Glossary