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Perspectives on Global Development 2013
Industrial Policies in a Changing World
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  15 juil 2013
Pages: 260 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264177116 , Code OCDE: 412012041P1
Prix:   €70 | $98 | £63 | ¥9100 | MXN1260 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Imprint:  Centre de Développement de l’OCDE Périodicité: Annuel   Tableaux: 20  Graphiques: 30 

Description

First launched in 2010, Perspectives on Global Development (PGD) is OECD’s annual publication on emerging development issues. The PGD takes the new geography of economic growth, poverty and power as a point of departure. Each year, the report identifies, analyses and provides evidence and policy solutions to the most pressing global development challenges in the new multipolar world. It provides an overview of global trends and structural transformations in the world economy and informs policy makers in developing countries on the implications in the formulation and implementation of national policies. Each year, the report focuses on a different topic covering diverse socio-economic facets of development from trade, development finance, infrastructure, production development and innovation to gender, employment, migration, fiscal and social policies.

During the past decade, the global economic centre of gravity has shifted eastwards and southwards, creating new opportunities for economic co-operation, trade and investment but also new challenges. This “shifting wealth” is a game changer for economic policy and is at the centre of the first three editions of the Perspectives on Global Development, which document the phenomenon (PGD 2010) and analyse its implications for social cohesion (PGD 2012) and productive growth strategies (PGD 2013).


Tables des matières:

Acronyms and abbreviations
Editorial
Executive summary
Overview
Chapter 1. Shifting wealth and the new world economy

-Introduction
-Shifting wealth encompasses a stock and a flow perspective
-Shifting wealth is changing in nature and represents an evolving opportunity
-Is shifting wealth sustainable or has it just been a temporary phenomenon
linked to the first decade of the 21st century?
-Conclusion
-References
Chapter 2. Channels of shifting wealth
-Introduction
-Through what channels does shifting wealth affect other developing countries?
-Conclusion
-References
Chapter 3. The new productive landscape and the renewed interest of developing countries in industrial policy
-Introduction
-The productive landscape is changing rapidly
-Developing economies are still facing major competitive challenges
-Developing economies are implementing industrial policies
-Conclusions
-References
Chapter 4. Emerging issues in implementing industrial policy in developing economies
-Introduction
-Avoiding lock-in and capture
-Promoting upgrading and diversification
-Empowering territories as agents of change
-Seizing the potential of sustainable development
-Monitoring implementation and evaluating impact
-Conclusions
-References
Chapter 5. Upgrading skills for current and future needs
-Introduction
-Why investing in skills matters
-How skills mismatches affect developing countries
-Addressing the skills challenge
-Conclusion
-References
Chapter 6. Mobilising financial resources
-Introduction
-Characterising the financing gap in developing countries
-Development financial institutions can mitigate the financing gap
-New instruments targeting SME needs in emerging economies
-Conclusions
-References
Chapter 7. Bridging infrastructure gaps
-Introduction
-The policy-making process in infrastructure
-Financing infrastructure: Public investment
-Financing infrastructure: Private-sector involvement
-Conclusion
-References
Chapter 8. The political economy of industrial policies
-Introduction
-Opening political space for industrial policies
-The key role of building strategies
-Effective implementation: the need for adequate institutional capabilities
and co-ordination
-Conclusion
-References

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