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The OECD's periodic review of Norway's economy. It finds that Norway has seen several years of strong growth and very low unemployment, but that it will not be untouched by the current slowdown. The survey examines three key economic challenges: policies for a soft landing, the labour market and immigration, and making the best of Norwegian schools.
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Executive Summary Chapter 1. Maintaining Prosperity while Dealing with Overheating and Labour Supply Constraints -String Mainland Output Growth -The Strains of High Capacity Utilisation begin to Show -The Economy is Slowing, with some Downside Risks --Another Good Year for Petroleum Revenues -The Growing Pension Fund -Pressure on Capacity Has Attracted Immigrants -The Labour Market is Tight, Some Reforms Have Been Neglected -Room for Improving Cost Efficiency in Education -The Environment Annex 1.A1. Taking Stock of Structural Reforms Chapter 2. Macroeconomic Policies for a Soft Landing -Monetary Policy: The Tightening Cycle is Coming Close to an End -A Fiscal Rule to Save Public Resources -Conclusions Chapter 3. The Labour Market: Supply Constraints and Immigration -High Participation, Low Unemployment -Migration -The Benefits from Migration -Conclusions Chapter 4. Making the Best of Norwegian Schools -The Main Features of Norwegian Compulsory Education -The Current Stock of Human Capital is High by OECD Standards; Will the Relative Advantage be Maintained? -How Efficient are Norwegian Schools and Teachers? -Higher Spending does not Necessarily Lead to Better Educational Outcomes -Teaching Quality Matters -Better Schools: Making Information an Asset and Setting the Right Incentives -Could Norway Spend Less or Differently? -Conclusion -Annex 4.A1. What Drives Learning Outcomes? A Multi-Level Analysis of PISA Scores in OECD Countries -Annnex 4.A2. The Decomposition of Expenditure per Student