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Growing Pains: growth-promoting policies and macroeconomic stability

Bruegel en Estabilidad financiera / Actualidad

Policy reforms aimed at boosting long-run growth often have side effects – positive or negative – on an economy's vulnerability to shocks and their propagation. Macroeconomic shocks as severe and protracted as those since 2007 warrant a reconsideration of the role growth-promoting policies play in shaping the vulnerability and resilience of an economy to macroeconomic shocks. 

Against this background, the paper to be presented at this event looks at the array of OECD policy recommendations that promote long-term growth – contained in Going for Growth and the Economic Outlook – and assesses whether they underpin macroeconomic stability or whether there is a trade-off.
Speakers


Douglas Sutherland, Senior Economist and head of US/Iceland desk, Economics Department, OECD
Dicussant: Zsolt Darvas, Research Fellow, Bruegel
Chair: Guntram Wolff, Director of Bruegel
Event materialsEvent summary Download
OECD Economic Policy paper by Douglas Southerland and Peter Hoeller: Growth Policies and Macroeconomic stability Download
OECD Policy Note: How do Growth Prmoting Policies Affect Macroeconomic StabilityEnglish Download / French Download
Presentation by Peter Sutherland Download
Practical information
Venue: Bruegel, Rue de la Charité 33, 1210 Brussels
Time: Thursday 6 February 2013, 13.10 - 15.00 (Lunch will be served at 13.10 and the event will begin at 13.40)
Contact:Matilda Sevón, Events Coordinator - matilda.sevon[at]bruegel.org

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