OECD's 2011 survey of Slovenia's economy. This edition includes chapters covering the aftermath of the crisis, improving educational outcomes, and foreign investment, governance and economic performance.
Table of contents:
Basic statistics of Slovenia, 2009 Executive summary Assessment and recommendations Chapter 1. The macroeconomy in the aftermath of the crisis -The crisis has taken a heavy toll on the economy -Macro-policy is facing several challenges in the medium term -Raising the productive capacity of the economy requires ongoing structural reform -Annex 1.A1. Progress in structural reform Chapter 2. Improving educational outcomes -Education outcomes -Reforms to improve educational performance -Annex 2.A1. The education system in Slovenia -Annex 2.A2. Private returns to education in Slovenia Chapter 3. Foreign investment, governance and economic performance -There is scope to significantly raise labour productivity across all sectors of the economy. -What is holding back labour productivity growth in Slovenia -Boosting foreign direct investment will help to raise efficiency -Productivity and FDI would be enhanced by rationalising public ownership and improving governance -Annex 3.A1. Methodological Appendix Glossary