Slow growth, high uncertainty and rising levels of inequality should prompt policy makers to take urgent action to achieve stronger, sustainable and more inclusive growth, according to OECD's Going for Growth report, writes the OECD.
While reform priorities may differ among countries, a common feature is to make opportunities more equal for all, the report says. As the world gets ready to begin implementing the Paris Climate Agreement, countries are looking to ramp up action and develop their low-carbon strategies.
With carbon dioxide emissions rising and climate change affecting people’s lives, the need for urgent, strong, co-operative action has never been higher. By OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría.
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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