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  • 2-November-2017

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    Social Protection System Review of Cambodia

    In 2017, the Royal Government of Cambodia published a new Social Protection Policy Framework (SPPF), providing an ambitious vision for a social protection system in which a comprehensive set of policies and institutions operate in sync with each other to sustainably reduce poverty and vulnerability.The Social Protection System Review of Cambodia prompts and answers a series of questions that are crucial for the implementation ofthe framework : How will emerging trends affect the needs for social protection, now and into the future? To what extent are Cambodia’s social protection instruments able – or likely – to address current and future livelihood challenges? How does fiscal policy affect social protection objectives?
     
    This review provides a contribution to the ongoing policy dialogue on social protection, sustainable growth and poverty reduction. It includes four chapters. Chapter 1 is a forward-looking assessment of Cambodia’s social protection needs. Chapter 2 maps the social protection sector and examines its adequacy. An investigation of the distributive impact of social protection and tax policy is undertaken in Chapter 3. The last chapter concludes with recommendations for policy strategies that could support the establishment of an inclusive social protection system in Cambodia, as envisaged by the SPPF.

  • 12-October-2017

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    Revenue Statistics in Africa 2017

    The publication Revenue Statistics in Africa is jointly undertaken by the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and the OECD Development Centre, the African Union Commission (AUC) and the African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) with funding by the European Union. It compiles comparable tax revenue and non-tax revenue statistics for 16 countries in Africa: Cabo Verde, Cameroon,  the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Togo, Tunisia and Uganda. The model is the OECD Revenue Statistics database which is a fundamental reference, backed by a well-established methodology, for OECD member countries. Extending the OECD methodology to African countries enables comparisons of tax-to-GDP ratios and tax structures on a consistent basis, both among African economies and with OECD, Latin American, Caribbean and Asian economies.

  • 10-October-2017

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    Multi-Dimensional Review of Panama - Volume 1: Initial Assessment

    Since the beginning of the 21st century, Panama has exhibited remarkable economic growth and has reduced the gap in terms of income per capita with high-income countries. Social progress has also been achieved, mainly through the reduction of poverty and advances in some well-being dimensions. However, challenges remain with regard to overcoming the so-called middle-income trap and consolidating the middle-class. This first volume of the Multi-dimensional Country Review of Panama identifies the main barriers to further inclusive development. It highlights that promoting equitable, inclusive and sustainable economic growth and improving the well-being of all citizens should be at the core of Panama’s development strategies.

  • 18-September-2017

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    DEV Week 2017 - Embracing Development's Complexity

    Ministers and high-ranking officials will gather from the 52 Member countries of the OECD Development Centre as well as from international and regional organisations at the 4th High-level Meeting (HLM) of the OECD Development Centre Governing Board on 3 October 2017 (OECD Headquarters in Paris).

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  • 7-September-2017

    English

    Federico Bonaglia

    Federico Bonaglia holds the position of Deputy Director at the OECD Development Centre.

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  • 31-August-2017

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    Global Value Chains - How we do it

    The OECD Initiative on Global Value Chains (GVCs), Production Transformation and Development is a global platform for policy dialogue and knowledge sharing between OECD and non-OECD countries. It aims at improving evidence and at identifying policy guidelines to support production transformation and better integration into global markets.

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  • 22-August-2017

    Spanish

    Perú: El Centro de Desarrollo de la OCDE lanzó el estudio de bienestar y políticas de juventud en el Perú

    La OCDE lanzó el Estudio de bienestar y políticas de juventud en el Perú en un evento de alto nivel organizado el jueves 3 de agosto en Lima. Asistieron al acto el Sr. Fernando Cáceres, Viceministro de Educación; Sr. Carlos Tengan, Secretario Nacional de Juventud y Sr. Steefan Pauwels, Jefe de la Sección de Cooperación de la Delegación de la Unión Europea en el Perú.

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  • 22-August-2017

    Spanish, PDF, 761kb

    Agenda del lanzamiento del Estudio de bienestar y políticas de juventud en el Perú de la OCDE

    Una reunión de alto nivel se llevó a cabo el 3 de agosto en Lima, Perú para lanzar el estudio de la revisión de la política de bienestar de los jóvenes de Perú. El documento adjunto es la agenda del evento.

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  • 22-August-2017

    Spanish, PDF, 352kb

    Políticas públicas y la participación de la juventud en el Perú

    La presentación destacó la importancia de reforzar la relación entre el Estado y los jóvenes y enriquecer el registro de las organizaciones juveniles del SENAJU. También recomendó promover la participación cívica y fortalecer la pertinencia, el presupuesto y la memoria institucional de los COREJU.

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  • 22-August-2017

    Spanish, PDF, 367kb

    La educación secundaria en el Perú y sus desafíos en materia de calidad

    La presentación muestra que la educación en el Perú debe mantener el enfoque en los grupos vulnerables (rurales, pobres), así como aumentar las inversiones en educación secundaria y mejorar la gestión de las inversiones a nivel regional. También es importante mejorar las condiciones de aprendizaje a través de una mejor infraestructura y distribución del profesorado, favoreciendo a las escuelas en dificultad.

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