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OECD: first Joint IMF-OECD-World Bank Conference on Structural Reforms: 11 June 2018

  • Location: Paris, France

Policymakers and practitioners, international institutions and leading academics discussed key policy issues regarding product market competition and regulation and growth. Topics included: How and why has product market competition, overall and in key sectors, changed since the 1990s? What are the consequences for productivity growth, innovation and income distribution? What are the implications for competition policy and market regulation?


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