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A1. Progress in structural reforms). The momentum for reform should be speeded up, including in the areas where they are expected to increase productivity growth only after some delay. But some reforms can deliver results rapidly, such as deregulation in some product markets, while others will take more time, education being a case in point. The following chapters analyse the key challenges on the reform agenda. Notes 1. As population growth was broadly stable, per capita GDP also increased by an average 3½ per cent in 1987-2000, about 1% point above EU average per capita growth.
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The current strategy favours increasing the role of government, including by raising higher education outlays and providing public support to technological and scientific development. Implementation is demanding, particularly in terms of ensuring high cost-effectiveness of public resources. Chapter 4 discusses the following three main areas for improving human capital and innovation: ● Enhancing the quality and diversity of tertiary education by rationalising the system, strengthening scientific capacity, introducing more competition and setting a more equitable and efficient financing system.