Multilateral Surveillance: What the OECD Can Offer
I will interprete and use the term "multilateral surveillance" more broadly than is often the case to refer to the full range of multilateral efforts to improve the performance of national economies, recognising their interdependence and the negative international spillovers that can arise from poorly designed policies of individual countries.
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