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831. Real house prices in OECD countries: the role of demand shocks and structural and policy factors

By Dan Andrews
830. International financial integration and the external positions of euro area countries

By Philip R. Lane

829. Improving fiscal performance through fiscal councils

By Robert Hagemann

828. Minimising risks from imbalances in European banking

By Sebastian Barnes, Philip Lane and Artur Radziwill

827. Resolving and avoiding unsustainable imbalances in the euro area

By Sebastian Barnes

826. Current account imbalances in the euro area: a comparative perspective

By Sebastian Barnes, Jeremy Lawson and Artur Radziwill

825. Does fiscal decentralisation strengthen social capital? Cross-country evidence and the experiences of Brazil and Indonesia

By Luiz de Mello (published in Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 29, pp. 281 96)

824. Fiscal decentralisation and public investment: The experience of Latin America

By Luiz de Mello

823. Product market regulation and competition in China

By Paul Conway, Richard Herd, Thomas Chalaux, Ping He and Jianxun Yu

822. Reforming China’s monetary policy framework to meet domestic objectives

By Paul Conway, Richard Herd and Thomas Chalaux

821. Regulatory reforms to unlock long term growth in Turkey

By Rauf Gönenç and Lukasz Rawdanowicz

820. After the crisis: mitigating risks of macroeconomic instability in Turkey

By Lukasz Rawdanowicz

819. The 2008-09 crisis in Turkey: performance, policy responses and challenges for sustaining the recovery

By Lukasz Rawdanowicz

818. Fiscal consolidation strategies for Canadian governments

By Yvan Guillemette

817. The land transport sector: policy and performance

By Jan Persson and Daeho Song

816 A Simple Model of the Relationship Between Productivity, Saving and the Current Account

By Jean-Marc Fournier, Isabell Koske

815 The Impact of Structural Policies on Saving, Investment and Current Accounts

Clovis Kerdrain, Isabell Koske, Isabelle Wanner

814. Towards a less distortive and more efficient tax system in Portugal

By Alvaro Pina

813. Are global imbalances sustainable? Shedding further light on the causes of current account reversals

By Luiz de Mello, Pier Carlo Padoan, Linda Rousová

812 HTurkey’s Improving Integration with the Global Capital Market: Impacts on Risk Premia and Capital Costs

By Rauf Gönenç, Saygin Şahinöz, Őzge Tuncel

811 Trade linkages in the OECD trade system See also: trade matrices in excel

By Jérôme Brézillon, Stéphanie Guichard and Dave Turner

810. Enhancing the Effectiveness of Social Policies in Indonesia

By Margherita Comola and Luiz de Mello

809. Tackling the Infrastructure Challenge in Indonesia

By Mauro Pisu

808. Phasing Out Energy Subsidies in Indonesia

By Annabelle Mourougane

807. Implementing Cost-Effective Policies in the United States to Mitigate Climate Change

By David Carey

806. Restoring Fiscal Sustainability in the United States

By Patrick Lenain, Robert Hagemann and David Carey

805. Norway - Sustainable Development: Climate Change and Fisheries Policies

By Paul O’Brien

804. How the Transport System can Contribute to Better Economic and Environmental Outcomes in the Netherlands

By Tomasz Koźluk

803. Public-Private Partnerships and Investment in Infrastructure

By Sónia Araújo and Douglas Sutherland

802. Sustaining the Momentum of Fiscal Reform in Hungary

By Colin Forthun and Robert Hagemann

801. The Consequences of Banking Crises for Public Debt

By Davide Furceri and Aleksandra Zdzienicka

800. A Simulation Model of Federal, Provincial and Territorial Government Accounts for the Analysis of Fiscal-Consolidation Strategies in Canada

By Yvan Guillemette

799. Product Market Regulation

By Anita Wölfl, Isabelle Wanner, Oliver Röhn and Giuseppe Nicoletti

798. Korea’s Green Growth Strategy

By Randall S. Jones and Byungseo Yoo

797. Health-Care Reform in Korea (English version) see also 한국의 보건의료개혁 (Korean translation)

By Randall S. Jones

796. The Korean Financial System

By Masahiko Tsutsumi, Randall S. Jones and Thomas F. Cargill

795. Are Global Imbalances Sustainable?

By Luiz de Mello and Pier Carlo Padoan (also published in the Review of Economics and Institutions, Vol. 2 (2011), pp.1-32)

794. Is there a Case for Carbon-Based Border Tax Adjustment?

By Jean-Marc Burniaux, Jean Chateau and Romain Duval

793. Promoting Potential Growth: The role of structural reform

By Luiz de Mello and Pier Carlo Padoan

792. Catching-up and Inflation in Europe: Balassa-Samuelson, Engel’s law and other culprits

By Balázs Égert

791. Do Product Market Regulations in Upstream Sectors Curb Productivity Growth? Panel data evidence for OECD countries

by Renaud Bourlès, Gilbert Cette, Jimmy Lopez, Jacques Mairesse & Giuseppe Nicoletti

790. Preparing for Euro Adoption in Poland

By Rafal Kierzenkowski

789. Gauging the Impact of Higher Capital and Oil Costs on Potential Output

By Boris Cournède

788. The German Banking System: Lessons from the Financial Crisis

by Felix Hüfner

787. Measuring Competition in Slovenian Industries – estimation of mark-ups

by Margit Molnar

786. Enhancing Financial Stability Through Better Regulation in Hungary

by Margit Molnar

785. Chile: Boosting Productivity Growth by Strengthening Competition, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

by Cyrille Schwellnus

784. Chile: Climbing on Giants’ Shoulders: better schools for all Chilean children

by Nicola Brandt

783. Israel: Monetary and Fiscal Policy

by Charlotte Moeser

782. Policy Options for Reducing Poverty and Raising Employment Rates in Israel

by Philip Hemmings

781. Israeli Education Policy: How to move ahead in reform

by Philip Hemmings

780. Germany’s Growth Potential, Structural Reforms and Global Imbalances

by Isabell Koske and Andreas Wörgötter

779. European Energy Policy and the Transition to a Low–Carbon Economy

by Jeremy Lawson

778. Making the Luxembourg Labour Market Work Better

by Jeremy Lawson

777. Coping with the Job Crisis and Preparing for Ageing: The Case of Finland

by Henrik Braconier

776. The Political Economy of Fiscal Consolidation

by Robert Price

775. Structural and Cyclical Factors behind Current-Account Balances

by Calista Cheung, Davide Furceri and Elena Rusticelli

774. A Framework for Assessing Green Growth Policies

by Alain de Serres, Fabrice Murtin and Giusepppe Nicoletti

773. Modeling Institutions, Start-ups and Productivity during Transition

by Zuzana Brixiova and Balázs Égert

772. Can Emerging Asset Price Bubbles be Detected?

by Jesús Crespo Cuaresma

771. The nature of financial and real business cycles

by Balázs Égert

770. The Effects of Fiscal Policy on Output: A DSGE analysis

by Davide Furceri and Annabelle Mourougane

769. Health Care Systems: efficiency and institutions

by Isabelle Joumard, Christophe André and Chantal Nicq

768 The OECD’s New Global Model

by Karine Hervé, Nigel Pain, Pete Richardson, Franck Sédillot and Pierre-Olivier Beffy

767 Assessing the Impact of the Financial Crisis on Structural Unemployment in OECD Countries

Stéphanie Guichard and Elena Rusticelli

766 After the Crisis - Bringing German Public Finances Back to a Sustainable Path

by Isabell Koske

765 Optimal Monetary and Fiscal Stabilisation Policies

By Klaus Adam

764 Asset Prices and Real Economic Activity

By E. Philip Davis

763 Fiscal Policy Reaction to the Cycle in the OECD: Pro- or counter-cyclical?

By Balázs Égert

762 New Evidence on the Private Saving Offset and Ricardian Equivalence

By Oliver Röhn

761 Monetary Policy Reaction Functions in the OECD

By Douglas Sutherland

760 Counter-cyclical Economic Policy

by Douglas Sutherland, Peter Hoeller, Balázs Égert and Oliver Roehn

759 Exports and Property Prices in France: are they connected?

by Balázs Égert and Rafał Kierzenkowski

758 Further Advancing Pro-growth Tax and Benefit Reform in the Czech Republic

by Zdeněk Hrdlička, Margaret Morgan, David Prušvic, William Tompson and Laura Vartia.

757 Advancing Structural Reforms in OECD Countries: Lessons from twenty case studies

by William Tompson and Thai-Thanh Dang

756 Labour markets and the crisis
755 Long-term growth and policy challenges in the large emerging economies

by Paul Conway, Sean Dougherty and Artur Radziwill

754 Explaining Household Saving Rates in G7 Countries: implications for Germany

Felix Hüfner and Isabell Koske

753 Monetary Policy Responses to the Crisis and Exit Strategies

Makoto Minegishi and Boris Cournède

752 Sub-central Governments and the Economic Crisis: Impact and policy responses

Hansjörg Blöchliger, Claire Charbit, José Maria Pinero Campos and Camila Vammalle

751 Improving China's Health Care System

Richard Herd, Yu-Wei Hu and Vincent Koen

750 Providing Greater Old-Age Security in China

Richard Herd, Yu-Wei Hu and Vincent Koen

749 China's Labour Market in Transition: job creation, migration and regulation

By Richard Herd, Vincent Koen and Anders Reutersward

748 A Pause in the Growth of Inequality in China?

By Richard Herd

747 China's Financial Sector Reforms

By Richard Herd, Charles Pigott and Sam Hill

746 A Bird's Eye View of OECD Housing Markets

By Christophe Andre

745 The Automobile Industry in and Beyond the Crisis

by David Haugh, Annabelle Mourougane and Olivier Chatal

744 Towards a flexible exchange rate policy in Russia

by Roland Beck and Geoff Barnard
743 Fiscal federalism in Belgium: Main challenges and considerations for reform

by Willi Leibfritz

742 Product Market Regulation in Russia

by Paul Conway, Tatiana Lysenko and Geoff Barnard

741 HHow to reform the Belgian tax system to enhance economic growth

by Jens Høj

740 Improving the policy framework in Japan to address climate change

By Randall S. Jones and Byungseo Yoo

739 Health-care reform in Japan: controlling costs, improving quality and ensuring equity

By Randall S. Jones

738 Financial stability: overcoming the crisis and improving the efficiency of the banking sector in Japan

By Randall S. Jones and Masahiko Tsutsumi

737 Recent Oil Price Movements– Forces and Policy Issues

By Eckhard Wurzel, Luke Willard and Patrice Ollivaud

736 Promoting competition to strengthen economic growth in Belgium

By Tomasz Koźluk

735 Prudential regulation and competition in financial markets

By Rüdiger Ahrend, Jens Arnold and Fabrice Murtin

734 Keeping Slovenian public finances on a sustainable path

By Pierre Beynet and Willi Leibfritz

733 Pedal to the metal: Structural reforms to boost long-term growth in Mexico and spur recovery from the crisis

By David Haugh and Agustin Redonda

732 Achieving higher performance: Enhancing spending efficiency in health and education in Mexico

By Cyrille Schwellnus

731 HRussia’s long and winding road to a more efficient and resilient banking sector

By Geoff Barnard
730 How do institutions affect structural unemployment in times of crises?


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