Going for Growth 2016

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This data visualisation presents a selection of structural policy indicators from Going for Growth 2016. It allows for a comparison of policy settings across countries.
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Category Indicator 2014 or latest available year
Product market regulation, trade & FDI Total economy
Public ownership
State involvement in business operations
Complexity of regulations
Administrative burdens on startups
Protection of incumbent companies
Barriers to FDI
Tariff barriers
Other barriers to trade and investment
Sector specific regulation Airline sector
Rail sector
Road sector
Electricity sector
Gas sector
Telecommunication sector
Post sector
Retail sector
Professional services
R&D & innovation policies Direct public funding of business R&D
Support through R&D tax incentives
Public infrastructure Public investment
Educational attainment & student performance Share upper secondary educated (25-34)
Share tertiary educated (25-34)
Share upper secondary educated (45-54)
Share tertiary educated (45-54)
Graduation rate, upper secondary education
Graduation rate, tertiary education
Educational achievement of 15-year-olds (PISA)
Variance of educational achievement (PISA)
Influence of social background (PISA)
Labour market participation & children Cost of childcare, couples
Cost of childcare, lone parent
Implicit tax on returning to work, 2nd earner
Implicit tax on returning to work, lone parent
Public expenditure for childcare
Labour market regulation Protection for regular employment
Protection for temporary employment
Additional protection on collective dismissals
Coverage of collective bargaining agreements
Trade union density
Minimum wage vs. median wage
Minimum vs. median cost of labour
Tax structure Single person, no children, 67% of AW
Couple, 2 children, 100% of AW
Single earner vs equal dual-earner couples
Direct taxes as % of total tax revenues
Support for the unemployed Unemployment benefits, 1st year
Unemployment benefits, after 5 years
Expenditure on active labour market policies
Retirement & sickness Additional pension wealth from working longer (55 to 59)
Additional pension wealth from working longer (60 to 64)
Number of weeks lost due to sick leave
Agriculture Producer support to agriculture
Health system Health expenditure