Stepping up structural reform efforts would be the best way to respond to challenges to reinforce achievements and seize new opportunities.
Productivity gaps fuel inequalities and a race to win a golden ticket.
Informality and weak competition – a deadly cocktail for growth and equity in emerging Latin America
By Piritta Sorsa, Jens Arnold and Paula Garda, OECD Economics Department Why is growth persistently low and so unevenly distributed… Read More »Informality and weak competition – a deadly cocktail for growth and equity in emerging Latin America
Will the inflation genie escape the bottle? New evidence on globalisation, competition and inflation
By Dan Andrews, Peter Gal and William Witheridge, Economics Department Markets and commentators are speculating that there may be a… Read More »Will the inflation genie escape the bottle? New evidence on globalisation, competition and inflation
By Douglas Sutherland, Head of the United States Desk, OECD Economics Department With the global economy mired in low- growth… Read More »Unleashing private sector productivity in the United States
By Boris Cournede, Senior Economist, Public Economics Division, OECD Economics Department Reforms that make economies more competitive have become a… Read More »What do pro-competitive policies imply for workers?
by Alexander Hijzen, Senior Economist, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD and Peter N. Gal, Economist, Economics Department,… Read More »Product market reforms under the microscope