The research “Analysis of Priority Sector Permits for Investment in Chile” focuses on identifying permits considered as priority for investment projects in Chile, regardless of the sector they belong to. This study provides a comprehensive list of sector-specific permits that investment projects must consider along with the necessary specific licenses for investment projects in the most significant sectors of the national economy.
This study, conducted by the National Commission for Evaluation and Productivity (CNEP), presents 56 findings that identify and analyze the status of Primary Health Care (PHC) in Chile. The report focuses on the main gaps in local PHC compared to international best practices and suggests 36 measures to address the identified deficiencies.
This research estimates the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Chilean households’ income and other variables. The study also evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of social spending to mitigate the economic effects on households caused by the pandemic. Additionally, the report proposes recommendations to improve public policies and existing instruments for greater efficiency of public social spending.
The Government of Chile commissioned the “Regulatory Review for SMEs” study in November 2020 through the Ministries of Finance and Economy to conduct a regulatory review of the requirements that affect the development of small and medium-sized enterprises’ projects.
The National Commission for Productivity (CNP) conducted the “Innovation and Technology Adoption in the Financial Sector” study. It analyzes innovation and technological adoption in the financial market to promote its development and increase competition in the sector.
The “Productivity in the Construction Sector” study is a research commissioned by the Government of Chile, which identifies and analyzes the main obstacles to productivity in the sector. The report includes benchmark values that allow for comparing Chile’s performance with best-practice countries.
The National Commission for Productivity’s study concludes that reducing the weekly workday from 45 to 40 hours would result in lower wages, reduced GDP growth, and decreased productivity.
The study “Efficiency in Operating Rooms and Patient Prioritization for Elective Surgery” contains 40 findings and 26 public policy recommendations.
The President of the Republic commissioned the Commission in May 2018 to develop a regulatory review study to implement a strategy for administrative and regulatory simplification in the development and processing of large investment projects in five sectors: mining, infrastructure, energy, industry, and real estate. Together, these represent almost the entire investment expected to materialize in 2019-2023, over 70 billion dollars, with the potential to create 160,000 jobs in the construction phase and 80,000 permanent jobs.
This research provides a systemic look at skills training in Chile, prioritizing the user of the system in its approach: the student, worker, or student-worker.
This study is a groundbreaking analysis of productivity in the Chilean copper mining industry, comparing the performance of the country’s 12 primary operations with seven leading mining operations worldwide. The report identifies 53 recommendations to improve productivity in the sector, including 34 specific to public policy and regulatory areas and 19 sectoral policy recommendations requiring the collaboration of stakeholders, such as mining companies, contractors, suppliers, and communities.
This study by the CNP proposes a set of recommendations to promote economic recovery and long-term growth, building on previous studies conducted by the commission. The proposals aim to complement those presented in the 2020 report “Twelve Recommendations for Economic Recovery” and cover areas such as investment, innovation, and competitiveness.
This study compiles 12 recommendations by the CNP to boost productivity, employment, and investment in the short term, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The recommendations build on previous studies by the commission and cover areas such as labor market flexibility, fiscal stimulus, and infrastructure investment.
The CNP conducted this study to examine the regulatory challenges and opportunities presented by disruptive technologies, specifically in the context of digital platforms and collaborative economies. The report proposes recommendations to promote the best use of these technologies and increase productivity and well-being.
This report by the CNP integrates various studies to identify 14 recommendations to improve female labor participation in Chile. The recommendations cover areas such as education and training, labor market flexibility, and work-life balance, and aim to promote greater gender equality in the workforce.
This study reviews the productivity agendas of the four previous governments in Chile and proposes 21 recommendations to reactivate measures that could significantly improve the country’s productivity. The recommendations cover areas such as education and training, labor market flexibility, and innovation and are intended to provide a roadmap for future productivity policies.