OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Roundtable


The OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Roundtable is a platform for peer review and knowledge sharing on the implementation of competitiveness reforms in the thirteen partner countries of the OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Programme.

The Roundtable takes place every year in the context of OECD Eurasia Week. Participants include all partner countries of the Eurasia region, OECD Members, business associations as well as international organisations active in the region. Since its launch in June 2013, the Roundtable has fulfilled its mandate by: 

  • carrying out peer reviews of competitiveness reform implementation at the country level
  • exchanging good practices among OECD members, Eurasia countries and partner organisations
  • developing policy guidelines and recommendations
  • monitoring progress in the implementation of competitiveness reforms.


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Peer Review Reports

The peer review reports are forward-looking and recommend policy responses to specific competitiveness challenges facing the countries under review. The reports are discussed at the Roundtable and launched in the country to give visibility to the policy findings and recommendations. The country is re-examined three years after its initial review in order to assess progress in the implementation of the recommendations and to consider further steps that might be taken. Peer review and monitoring reports available to date include:


  • Ukraine
    SMEs in Ukraine: Statistical Report (forthcoming)
    Monitoring Policy Framework for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) in Ukraine (forthcoming)
    Enhancing Competitiveness in Ukraine through a Sustainable Framework for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) (2015) English Ukrainian


Contact us
For more information about the OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Roundtable:
William Tompson, Head of Eurasia

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The EU4Business Initiative covers all EU support for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the region of the Eastern Partnership which brings together the EU, its member states and six partner ccountries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

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