|dc.description.abstract||In the context of the economic adjustment programme, the Greek authorities are implementing important reforms to increase economic growth and generate jobs, notably
by improving the business environment. The further reduction of the administrative burdens
and structural problems should be the main priority of the Greek government in the
foreseeable future. Importantly, key ingredient for a successful continuation of the reform
programme in Greece is the formation of a reliable system of monitoring and evaluation to
ensure that reforms are implemented on time, are effective and can be adapted if needed.
This report presents the key monitoring instruments (Market Efficiency Indicators and Policy
Action Indicators) for the structural reforms in the area of public procurement, investment,
competition and exports.