Exiting the current financial and economic crisis requires sustaining activity, absorbing unemployment and consolidating public finances. OECD countries have implemented a number of emergency measures to this end, but as economic stagnation persists the potential role of structural reforms in fuelling growth has become center place in the policy debate.
The workshop “Structural Reforms, Crisis Exit Strategies and Growth”, co-sponsored by OECD and Banque de France on 9 and 10 December 2010 in Paris, focuses on how a renewed drive for structural reforms could be helpful to exit the crisis and resume sustained growth of OECD economies. It gathers experts from academia, national administrations (Central Banks and Finance Ministries), international organizations and economic policy think tanks and aims at stimulating reflection in this important policy area through the presentation of empirical studies, a round table and general discussion.
The workshop will take place at the Cercle Republicain, 5 Avenue de l’Opéra, 75001 Paris. The workshop is open by invitation only.
Gilbert Cette (Banque de France)
Giuseppe Nicoletti (OECD)
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