The OECD has just published the “Going for Growth 2015” report. According to the study determined and systemic action to implement a comprehensive reform agenda across a wide range of policy areas offers governments the best chance to boost weak demand, restore healthy economic growth, create jobs and ensure that the gains are broadly shared across society.
The report assesses and compares reform progress across countries since 2013 and identifies new priorities to revive growth and make it more inclusive. The OECD shows that the pace of policy reforms has slowed in most advanced economies, after a significant acceleration during the global economic crisis. Emerging economies, on the other hand, are quickening the pace of reform.
Read the full Going for Growth 2015 here.