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Structural Policy Challenges in Slovakia

  • Martin Filko


    (Ministry of Finance of the SR, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University.)

  • Stefan Kiss


    (Ministry of Finance of the SR)

  • Ludovit Odor


    (National Bank of Slovakia)

  • Matej Siskovic


    (Ministry of Finance of the SR)

The paper presents possible approaches for measuring the quality of life together with their strengths and weaknesses. We identify 10 outcome indicators, which could help not only to set targets, but also as a quantitative benchmark for structural policy evaluation in Slovakia. In addition to that we present several case studies with best practices mainly from EU countries. Based on these we formulate 33 structural policy recommendations.

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Paper provided by Research Department, National Bank of Slovakia in its series Working and Discussion Papers with number DP 1/2010.

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Length: 41 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2010
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Handle: RePEc:svk:wpaper:1009
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