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 LIBRARIANS' EDITION, 1 MAY 2013
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THIS ISSUE'S TOPICS
Highlights Education Public Management
OECD Publishing News Employment Science & Technology
Agriculture/Food/Fisheries Energy SMEs & Entrepreneurship
Business and Markets Environment Taxation
Development Health Trade
Economic Developments Info/Comm Technology Transportation
Economic Statistics Nuclear Energy Urban, Rural & Regional Policy

HIGHLIGHTS

OECD  Economic Surveys Japan 2013 Economic Globaliation: Origins and Consequences OECD  Economic Outlook 1967 No. 1


Japan is poised for expansion but must curb government debt, says OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2013 : Press release | Secretary-General's Speech | Book announcement | Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Economic Globalisation: Origins and Consequences, an OECD Insights book previously published in French and now available in English, reviews the major turning points in the history of economic integration, and in particular the pace at which it has accelerated since the 1990s. It also considers its impact in four crucial areas, namely employment, development, the environment and financial stability. Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary | Other OECD Insights Books

Historical issues of the OECD Economic Outlook are now available from Issue No. 1 from 1967 onwards on the OECD iLibrary! Issues on OECD iLibrary

OECD Forum 2013 to be held 28-29 May: Website

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OECD PUBLISHING NEWS

Economic Globaliation: Origins and Consequences OECD  Economic Outlook 1967 No. 1


Economic Globalisation: Origins and Consequences, an OECD Insights book previously published in French and now available in English, reviews the major turning points in the history of economic integration, and in particular the pace at which it has accelerated since the 1990s. It also considers its impact in four crucial areas, namely employment, development, the environment and financial stability. Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary | Other OECD Insights Books

Historical issues of the OECD Economic Outlook are now available from Issue No. 1 from 1967 onwards on the OECD iLibrary! Issues on OECD iLibrary

2013 OECD Youth Video Contest winners announced: Announcement

Follow OECD Publications on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OECD_Pubs

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Follow OECD Publications on Linked In: OECD Publications on Linked In

OECD Subscription Prices for 2013: Price list

New OECD Key Titles Catalogue, 2013: Catalogue

OECD iLibrary is now available at over 2000 institutions in more than 100 countries. See the list by country

OECD iLibrary: Brochure

OECD publications will be on exhibit at the following events in the coming months:

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AGRICULTURE/FOOD/FISHERIES

OECD Reviews of Agricultural Policies: Kazakhstan 2013


Kazakhstan can boost farm sector with investment in infrastructure and innovation, says OECD Reviews of Agricultural Policies: Kazakhstan 2013: Press release | Book announcement | Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Capacity Building in the OECD Seed Certification Schemes: Report (PDF 1. 12 mb)

Forthcoming
-OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2013
-OECD Compendium of Agri-Environmental Indicators: Book listing

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BUSINESS & MARKETS

Financial Market Trends V2012 N2 Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2013


Financial Market Trends, Volume 2012, No. 2 includes articles on business models of banks, implicit guarentees for bank debt, the future of the Asian economic and financial community and banking in a changing environment. Read and Share | Subscribe to the OECD Journal | Read issue on the OECD iLibrary

Financing small business is a key to economic recovery, says Financing SMES and Entrepreneurs 2013. Extract available now. Book to come soon! Press release| Extract | Book on Online Bookshop

Who Cares? Corporate Governance in Today’s Equity Markets: Working paper

Government Debt Management and Operational Risk: A Risk Management Framework and its Application in Turkey: Working paper

Latest Foreign Direct Investment Statistics: Website

Third Annual High-Level Anti-Corruption Conference for G20 Governments and Business: Website with meeting documents

Inventory of Investment Measures Taken from 15 November 2008 to 15 February 2013: Report (PDF - 1.28 mb) | About the Freedom of Investment Process

Statement to the German Bundestag Finance Committee Hearing on the Draft Bank-Separation Law by Adrian Blundell-Wignall and Paul Atkinson: Statement

Forthcoming
-Financial Education in Schools: Policy Guidance, Challenges and Case Studies: Book listing
-OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Malaysia 2013: Book listing
-OECD Central Government Debt Statistics 2012: Book listing
-Board of Directors of State-Owned Enterprises: Book listing

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DEVELOPMENT

OECD Development Centre Newsletter, April 2013 includes articles on the outcome of the Global Forum on Development, on the Global Network of Foundations, inequality, and the workshop on Global Value Chains: Newsletter

DAC News, April 2013 includes articles on moving to a narative of opportunities, the Global Forum on Development, and more: Newsletter

Innovative responses to fragility: The promise of modern technology: Blog post

Attracting Knowledge-Intensive FDI to Costa Rica: Making Development Happen Paper (PDF - 1.7 mb)

Fiscal Policy for Development in the Dominican Republic: Making Development Happen Paper (PDF - 2.34 mb)

Forthcoming
-Putting Green Growth at the Heart of Development: Book listing
-Perspectives on Global Development 2013: Revitalising Industrial Policies in a Shifting World: Book listing:
-Succeeding with Trade Reforms The Role of Aid for Trade: Book listing
-African Economic Outlook 2013: Structural Transformation and Natural Resources: Book listing
-Settlement, Market and Food Security: Book listing

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS

OECD  Economic Surveys Japan 2013 Economic Globaliation: Origins and Consequences OECD  Economic Outlook 1967 No. 1


Japan is poised for expansion but must curb government debt, says OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2013: Press release | Secretary-General's Speech | Book announcement | Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Economic Globalisation: Origins and Consequences, an OECD Insights book previously published in French and now available in English, reviews the major turning points in the history of economic integration, and in particular the pace at which it has accelerated since the 1990s. It also considers its impact in four crucial areas, namely employment, development, the environment and financial stability. Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary | Other OECD Insights Books

Historical issues of the OECD Economic Outlook are now available from Issue No. 1 from 1967 onwards on the OECD iLibrary! Issues on OECD iLibrary

OECD Economics Department Working Papers
-1044: Making the Tax System Less Distortive in Switzerland
-1045: Reforms for a Cleaner, Healthier Environment in China

Forthcoming:
-OECD Economic Surveys: Belgium 2013: Book listing
-OECD Economic Surveys: Italy 2013: Book listing

-OECD Economic Surveys: Mexico 2013: Book listing
-OECD Economic Outlook Volume 2013, Issue 1: Book listing

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ECONOMIC STATISTICS

Main  Economic Indicators, April 2013


Main Economic Indicators, Volume 2013, Issue 4: Read and Share | Subscribe to the periodical | View issue on OECD iLibrary

OECD employment rate at 65.1% in fourth quarter of 2012, 1.4 percentage points below its pre-crisis level: Press release

Forthcoming:
-OECD Guidelines for Micro Statistics on Household Wealth: Book listing
-OECD Framework for Statistics on the Distribution of Household Income, Consumption and Wealth: Book listing
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OECD Central Government Debt Statistics 2012:
Book listing

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EDUCATION

Teachers for the 21st Century: Using Evaluation to Improve Teaching


Teachers for the 21st Century: Using Evaluation to Improve Teaching: PDF is now available. Print edition to come soon! Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

OECD Directorate for Education and Skills announces publication of the OECD Education Policy Outlook, to start in 2014. It will include education policy profiles of individual countries. See the Announcement | Blog post | First country profiles

Does it Matter Which School a Student Attends? PISA in Focus

Which Factors Determine the Level of Expenditure on Teaching Staff? Education Indicators in Focus

Sparking Innovation in STEM Education with Technology and Collaboration: A Case Study of the HP Catalyst Initiative: Working paper

The OECD awards first Thomas J. Alexander Fellows for education quality and equity: Press release

educationtoday: OECD’s blog on global perspectives on education: Blog

Forthcoming
-OECD Reviews of Evaluation and Assessment in Education: Teacher Evaluation in Chile 2012: Book listing
-OECD Reviews of Evaluation and Assessment in Education: Slovak Republic 2012: Book listing
-Financial Education in Schools: Policy Guidance, Challenges and Case Studies: Book listing
-Art for Art's Sake: Book listing
-Skills Development and Training in SMEs: Book listing

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EMPLOYMENT & SOCIAL AFFAIRS

Reforms essential to make Ireland’s pension system fairer, says OECD Review of the Irsih Pension System: Press release | Preliminary Version of the Report (PDF - 2.19 mb. Final version to be published soon)

Forthcoming
-Greece: Reform of Social Welfare Programmes: Book listing
-Review of Recent Developments and Progress in Labour Market and Social Policy in Israel: Book listing
-Skills Development and Training in SMEs: Book listing
-International Migration Outlook 2013: Book listing
-Korea: Improving the Re-Employment Prospects of Displaced Workers: Book listing

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ENERGY

Progress towards clean energy has stalled, IEA says in Tracking Clean Energy Progress: Press release | Report (PDF - 9.45 mb) | Interactive Data Visualisations

Energy Prices and Taxes, Volume 2013, No. 1: Subscribe to the periodical | Issue on OECD iLibrary

Forthcoming
-Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Finland 2013: Book listing
-Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Germany 2013: Book listing
-Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2013
-Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2013

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ENVIRONMENT

Lessons from 15 Years of Experience with the Dutch Tax Allowance for Energy Investments for Firms: Working paper

Reforms for a Cleaner, Healthier Environment in China: Working paper

International Conference on Water, 23 October 2013, Tel Aviv: Announcement

Forthcoming:
-OECD Insights: Water: Book listing
-Green Growth in Cities: Book listing
-Green Growth in Kitakyushu, Japan: Book listing
-Green Growth in Stockholm, Sweden: Book listing
-OECD Compendium of Agri-Environmental Indicators: Book listing
-Putting Green Growth at the Heart of Development: Book listing
-Greening Household Behaviour: New Insights from the Second Survey: Book listing

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HEALTH

Reviews of Health Care Quality: Denmark 2013


Denmark has good hospitals but primary care must improve, says OECD Reviews of Health Care Quality: Denmark 2013: Press release | Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Expenditure on Prevention Activities under SHA 2011: Supplementary Guidance: Report (PDF- 800 kb)

Forthcoming
-Strengthening Health Information Infrastructure for Health Care Quality Governance: Good Practices, New Oppportunities and Data Privacy Protection Challenges: Book listing
-A Good Life in Old Age? Monitoring and Improving Quality in Long-Term Care: Book listing

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

OECD Consumer Policy Toolkit Workshop on Communication Services: Summary of Proceedings: Working paper

Exploring Data-Driven Innovation as a New Source of Growth: Mapping the Policy Issues Raised by "Big Data": Working paper

Forthcoming:
-Reaping the Benefits of ICTs in Spain: Strategic Study on Communication Infrastructure and Paperless Administration: Book listing

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NUCLEAR ENERGY

Follow NEA on Twitter

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PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

International Regulatory Co-opeation: Addressing Global Challenges


International Regulatory Co-operation: Addressing Global Challenges: PDF available now. Print edition to come soon! Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Poland: Developing Good Governance Indicators for Programmes Funded by the European Union: Print edition now available! Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

The Government Workforce of the Future: Innovation in Strategic Workforce Planning in OECD Countries: Working paper

Government Debt Management and Operational Risk:  A Risk Management Framework and its Application in Turkey: SIGMA Working paper

Forthcoming:
-Reaping the Benefits of ICTs in Spain: Strategic Study on Communication Infrastructure and Paperless Administration: Book listing

-Strengthening Evidence-based Policy Making on Security and Justice in Mexico: Book listing

-OECD Integrity Review of Italy: Reinforcing Public Sector Integrity, Restoring Trust for Sustainable Growth: Book listing
-International Regulatory Co-operation: Case Studies, Vol. 1: Chemicals, Consumer Products, Tax and Competition: Book listing
-International Regulatory Co-operation: Case Studies, Vol. 2: Canada-US Co-operation, EU Energy Regulation, Risk Assessment and Banking Supervision: Book listing
-International Regulatory Co-operation: Case Studies, Vol. 3: Transnational Private Regulation and Water Management: Book listing
-Value for Money in Government: Sweden 2013: Book listing
-Managing Service Demand: A Practical Guide to Help Revenue Bodies Better Meet Taxpayers' Service Expectations: Book listing
-Together for Better Outcomes: Engaging and Involving SME Taxpayers and Stakeholders: Book listing
-Co-operative Compliance: A Framework:From Enhanced Relationship to Co-operative Compliance: Book listing
-Review of the Mexican National Civil Protection System: Book listing
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Public Procurement Review of the Mexican State's Employees' Social Security and Social Services Institute: Smart Procurement for Healthy Public Services: Book listing

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SCIENCE , TECHNOLOGY & INDUSTRY

Knowledge-Based Start-Ups in Mexico


Knowlege-Based Start-Ups in Mexico: Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

OECD News on Innovation, April 2013 includes articles on upcoming and recent events and recent releases: Newsletter

New Data for Understanding the Human Condition: International Perspectives. This is the OECD Global Science Forum's report on data and research infrastructure for the Social Sciences: Report (PDF - 1.81 mb)

Workshop on Global Value Chains, Development and Competitiveness. Read the discussion paper and view the presenations on the conference website: Website

Regulatory Frameworks for Nanotechnology in Foods and Medical Products: Summary Results of a Survey Activity: Policy paper

Launch of a new international collaboration on scientific collections: SciColl: Announcement

Forthcoming:
-Reaping the Benefits of ICTs in Spain: Strategic Study on Communication Infrastructure and Paperless Administration: Book listing

-Innovation in Southeast Asia: Book listing
-Interconnected Economies: Benefiting from Global Value Chains

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SMEs & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2013


Financing small business is a key to economic recovery, says Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2013. Extract available now. Book to come soon! Press release | Extract | Book on Online Bookshop

Łódzkie Region:  Demographic Challenges Within an Ideal Location: Working paper

Małopolska Region Demographic Transition:  Working for the Future: Working paper

Pomorskie Region:  Responding to Demographic Transitions Towards 2035: Working paper

Demographic Transition and an Ageing Society: Implications for Local Labour Markets in Poland: Working paper

International Summer School for cooperation and local development (Trento, Italy) - 2013 edition: Announcement

Forthcoming
-The Missing Entrepreneurs: Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship in Europe: Book listing
-Skills Development and Training in SMEs: Book listing
-OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship: Mexico: Key Issues and Policies: Book listing


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TAXATION

OECD reports new developments in tax information exchange to G20: Press release | Report to G20

Making the Tax System Less Distortive in Switzerland: Working paper

Forthcoming:
-Taxing Wages 2013: Book listing
-Tax Administration 2013: Comparative Information on OECD and Emerging Economies: Book listing

-Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes Peer Reviews: Saudi Arabia, Phase 1: Legal and Regulatory Framework: Book listing

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TRADE

Different Partners, Different Patterns:  Trade and Labour Market Dynamics in Brazil’s Post-Liberalisation Period: Working paper

Trade Costs: What Have We Learned?  A Synthesis Report: Working paper

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TRANSPORTATION

ITF Newsletter, April 2013 includes article on the ITF Transport Summit, the Heavy Goods Vehicles Database, the Multilateral Quota System, and more. Newsletter

Heavy Goods Vehicles Database: Website

Recent Trends in Car Usage in Advanced Economies - Slower Growth Ahead? Report (PDF - 793 kb)

Road Haulage Charges and Taxes: Report (PDF - 780 kb)

Follow ITF on Twitter! https://twitter.com/ITF_forum

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URBAN, RURAL AND REGIONAL POLICY

OECD Urban Policy Reviews: Chile 2013


OECD Urban Policy Reviews: Chile 2013: Read and Share | Book on Online Bookshop | Book on OECD iLibrary

Łódzkie Region:  Demographic Challenges Within an Ideal Location: Working paper

Małopolska Region Demographic Transition:  Working for the Future: Working paper

Pomorskie Region:  Responding to Demographic Transitions Towards 2035: Working paper

Demographic Transition and an Ageing Society: Implications for Local Labour Markets in Poland: Working paper

International Summer School for cooperation and local development (Trento, Italy) - 2013 edition: Announcement

Forthcoming:
-Green Growth in Cities: Book listing

-Green Growth in Kitakyushu, Japan: Book listing
-Green Growth in Stockholm: Book listing

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FROM THE OECD INSIGHTS BLOG

Now, build peace
In May 2011, The Economist featured an image of Osama Bin Laden on its front cover with the title: “Now, kill his dream”. Conflict and instability are constantly in the headlines, from the civil war in Syria, to unrest across North Africa, to seemingly endless bloodshed and turmoil in the Sahel. We have yet to see this much more inspiring headline: “Now, build peace”. However, many countries around the world are doing exactly that: building peace. Liberia, Sierra Leone and Timor-Leste, to mention a few, are recovering from armed conflict, rebuilding institutions that provide security and justice to citizens, and embarking on political transitions. Read more

Beyond Babel: Linguistic and intercultural skills for tomorrow
“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world”, Wittgenstein said. This limit holds for English, the world’s lingua franca. In 2006, the British Council warned that “monoglot English graduates face a bleak economic future as qualified multilingual youngsters from other countries are proving to have a competitive advantage (…) in global companies”. The world’s economic centre of gravity is shifting, and so is its linguistic landscape, as the OECD’s Trends Shaping Education points out: “English was long the dominant language of the Internet, but that is changing. There are now over 250 languages represented on the Internet, with English, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish making up the top five”. Mandarin now is the most widely spoken language in the world, followed by English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German and French. The relative number of English native speakers will decrease whereas Spanish, Hindi and Arabic will soar. The number of non-native English speakers will overtake that of native speakers over the next century. Read more

Innovative responses to fragility: The promise of modern technology
By some estimates, poverty has been reduced in recent years from 1.3 billion people in 2005 to fewer than 900 million in 2010. That’s about half a billion people in just five years – a truly impressive achievement. The talk is now of aiming for poverty eradication in the global development framework that will replace the Millennium Development Goals when they ‘expire’ in 2015. This, however, is likely to be a tricky challenge for at least two reasons. First, China and India can take credit for most of the recent reduction of poverty. As they largely achieved this without help from the international development community, it raises the question whether an international focus on direct poverty reduction will generate the greatest benefits. Creating an enabling environment centred on equitable investment, peace and security and sustainable development may be more productive – and contentious. Second, estimates from experts like Andy Sumner and Homi Kharas suggest that a significant number of the remaining poor live and will live in fragile environments. This is problematic for effective poverty reduction because their governments have not necessarily demonstrated great commitment to this objective, while international aid to such countries is often not fit for purpose. Modern technology can be a real game changer in this regard and two initiatives currently on-going in India and East-Africa have great potential. Read more

The Liikanen Report on Banking Reform: A Good Try, But Two Major Flaws
This week, the German Parliament’s Finance Committee invited Paul Atkinson and me to comment on a draft bank-separation law. The draft is strongly influenced by the 2012 Final Report of the High-level Expert Group on reforming the structure of the EU banking sector chaired by Erkki Liikanen. Liikanen proposes assigning trading and available for sale securities above a threshold of 15-25% and all activities related to market making to a separate, well-capitalized, subsidiary. This would maintain the advantages of the universal bank model in a holding company structure, but insured deposits could not be used to subsidize the trading activities. The OECD has long proposed a non-operating holding company structure for separation, by ring fencing and separately capitalizing the different activities without restricting a bank from offering a complete range of services to customers. In general terms Liikanen is similar to this. It has the advantage of also of promoting a level playing field for bank competition with stand-alone securities trading firms. However, the proposal involving a €100 bn “separation trigger” for total assets held for trading and available for sale is not sensible. Read more

Video Winners Heading to Paris
Young video makers from Asia have taken top honours in this year’s edition of the OECD’s annual video competition. Regular readers may recall that the OECD asked entrants to show how we could shape tomorrow’s global economy for the better. “Think differently!” we said, and that’s just what our winners did. Read more and see videos!

The Language of Reasons
In comparison to the rest of the world, some would say that being born in America has its divine-like advantages, some would argue the opposite. Yet, when it comes to language we can all agree that for the past 300 plus years English has been the most important language of capitalism. The reasons I wrote “The Book on Language Learning: 10 Reasons Why African Americans NEED To Learn A Second Language” are many, but for now I’m going to give you the top 10, in no particular order. Read more

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