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This 2011 edition of OECD's periodic survey of the Swedish economy includes chapters covering consolidating the recovery, monetary policy and the financial system, limiting long-term unemployment and non-participation, and enhancing the cost-effectiveness of climate change.
Table of contents:
Executive summary Assessment and recommendations Chapter 1. Consolidating the recovery -The economy during the crisis and beyond -Ensuring fiscal sustainability -Structural policies to promote growth -Bibliography Chapter 2.Monetary policy and the financial system during and after the crisis -Monetary policy during the crisis and issues going forward -The Swedish financial system during the crisis and beyond -Conclusion -Bibliography Chapter 3.Limiting long-term unemployment and non-participation -The crisis led to an increase in unemployment -Additional reforms are needed to avoid lasting labour market scars. -Bibliography -Annex 3.A1. Unemployment benefits and active labour market policy programmes in Sweden Chapter 4.Enhancing the cost-effectiveness of climate change mitigation policies in Sweden -Sweden, a clean country with ambitious GHG emission reduction targets -The policy framework to mitigate climate change -Moving forward: improving the cost-effectiveness of the policy framework -Bibliography -Annex 4.A1. Swedish climate and energy policies