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OECD Economic Surveys: Hungary 2014
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  13 fév 2014
Pages: 116 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264204515 , Code OCDE: 102014011P1
Prix:   €46 | $64 | £40 | ¥5900 | MXN830 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible
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Abonnement:  OECD Economic Surveys (Disponible)

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OECD's 2014 Economic Survey of Hungary examines recent economic developments, prospects and policies. Special chapters examine enhancing competition and tackling labour mismatches.

Tables des matières:

Basic statistics of Hungary, 2012 7
Executive summary 9
-Main findings 10
-Key recommendations 11
Assessment and recommendations 13
-Stronger and more inclusive growth 14
-Monetary policy and financial stability 19
-Fiscal policy 23
-Enhancing competition and the business environment 28
-Improving the efficiency and inclusiveness of the labour market 34
-Bibliography 40
-Annex. Progress in main structural reforms  43
Chapter 1. Enhancing competition and the business environment 51
-The growth potential has markedly declined 52
-Reducing administrative burdens and regulatory instability  57
-Strengthening institutional quality 63
-SME growth and entrepreneurship need to be fostered 64
-Barriers to entry are high in retail and professional services  66
-Cuts in regulated energy prices harm competition, competitiveness and the environment 69
-There is scope to increase competition in mobile communications 72
-Bibliography 76
Chapter 2. Tackling labour mismatches and promoting mobility 79
-Substantial labour mismatches weigh on economic performance 80
-Enhancing demand for low-skilled labour 83
-Enhanced activation policies and lifelong learning 86
-Improving initial education to match labour market needs 91
-International migration and the global competition for skills 99
-A more flexible housing market would facilitate the relocation of workers 102
-Improving the efficiency of transport to reduce commuting costs 104
-Bibliography 109

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