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Making the Most of Public Investment in a Tight Fiscal Environment
Multi-level Governance Lessons from the Crisis
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  20 sept 2011
Pages: 200 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264114456 , Code OCDE: 422011081P1
Prix:   €50 | $70 | £45 | ¥6500 | MXN900 , Frais de livraison inclus
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How to make the most of public investment? This question is critical in today’s tight fiscal environment. Given that sub-national governments in OECD countries carry out more than two thirds of total capital investment, they have played a key role in executing national stimulus packages during the global crisis. The effectiveness of recovery strategies based on public investment thus depends largely on the arrangements between levels of government to design and implement the investment mix.  This report provides an overview of challenges met in the recovery and highlights good practices and lessons learned, focusing on eight country cases: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United States. As stimulus packages are being phased out since 2010, many countries have moved toward fiscal consolidation and targeted public investment as an adjustment variable. Co-ordination between levels of government was essential to implement recovery measures, and it is equally important to better prioritise reduced public investment and make the most of it for sustainable growth.


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Executive Summary
PART I. COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW: CHALLENGES AND LESSONS
-Introduction
-I.1. A critical role for sub-national governments during the recovery
-I.2 Managing investment across levels of government: key challenges
-I.3. Overcoming obstacles to implementation: the need for co-ordination
-I.4. Making the most of public investment in times of austerity
PART II. COUNTRY CASES
Chapter 1. Australia
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment measures
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?
Chapter 2. Canada
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Main obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned? Chapter 3. France
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?
Chapter 4. Germany
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Main obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?
-Lessons learned
Chapter 5. Korea
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Main obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?
Chapter 6. Spain
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment measures
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Main obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government
Chapter 7. Sweden
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Main obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?
Chapter 8. United States
-Macro dimension
-Design of the public investment scheme
-Implementation of the public investment scheme
-Obstacles and co-ordination challenges across levels of government – lessons learned?

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