Périodicité: Tous les 18 mois
OECD's 2013 Economic Survey of New Zealand examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. This issue features special chapters on school to work transition and long-term growth.
Tables des matières:
Basic statistics of New Zealand, 2011 Executive summary Assessment and recommendations -Overview -The economic situation -Socio-economic challenges -External imbalances persist -Monetary and macro-prudential policies to ensure low and stable inflation and preserve financial system stability -Fiscal policy on the path of spending and debt reduction -Spending and tax reforms for sustainable fiscal consolidation -Policies to support sustained growth -Policies to improve the school-to-work transition -Bibliography -Annex: Progress in structural reform Chapter 1. Policies to support sustainable long-term growth in New Zealand -Long-term growth outlook for New Zealand -Taking advantage of globalisation -Adjusting policy settings to boost innovation -Improving human capital -Countering the effects of ageing on growth -Correcting large macroeconomic imbalances that may harm long-term growth -Managing natural capital and climate change -Bibliography Chapter 2. Improving school-to-work transitions -Youth transition difficulties -The youth labour market: Demand-side issues -Challenges facing the education system -Matching skills to jobs -Bibliography