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OECD's 1995 Economic Survey of Norway examines recent economimc developments, policies and prospects. In addition, a special chapter examines Norway's petroleum wealth and public finance in the long run.
Table of contents:
Introduction I. Recent developments and short-term prospects -A stronger and broader recovery -Still buoyant oil activity -Surge in household demand -Rising mainland business investment -Improved labour market conditions -Stable inflation -Continued large external surplus -Short-term outlook II. Macroeconomic policies -Monetary management -The fiscal stance III. Progress in structural reform -The labour market -Taxation -Competition policy -Government subsidies -Public sector management -Financial services -Environment IV. Petroleum wealth and public finance in the long run -Economic significance of the petroleum sector -The future of oil and gas production -Long-term constraints on fiscal policy -The policy response V. Conclusions Notes Annex: Calendar of main economic events Statistical annex and structural indicators