French policymakers should focus on strategies to revitalise growth, improve public finances, create more and better jobs and ensure a more inclusive and cohesive society, the latest OECD Economic Survey of France says, writes the OECD.
The report highlights reforms to boost income among households in the lower half of the income distribution. Falling ill.
Struggling to make ends meet. Having enough money in old age.
The OECD Risks that Matter survey finds that these concerns are weighing on people’s minds across countries. The survey examines people’s perceptions of the social and economic risks they face and assesses how well people feel government reacts to their concerns.
Trade in counterfeit and pirated goods has risen steadily in the last few years–even as overall trade volumes stagnated–and now stands at 3.3% of global trade, a new report by the OECD and the EU’s Intellectual Property Office says. The report puts the value of imported fake goods worldwide based on 2016 customs seizure data at USD 509 billion.
Do you remember the first thing you ever bought, or sold, online? A lot has changed since the OECD held its first ministerial meeting on the digital economy two decades ago. As OECD Going Digital Summit gets under way today, 11-12 March, here is food for thought as we embark on the next 20 years.
The OECD is launching the I am the Future of Work campaign. From students to CEOs, everyone is shaping the future of work and their voices should be at the heart of the debate.
The campaign highlights what the future of work means for people and the urgency to build a future that works for all. The Future of Work is now.
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