Panamá puede beneficiarse de poner en marcha nuevos motores de crecimiento y de invertir más y mejor en políticas sociales y de desarrollo territorial para promover un crecimiento más sostenible e inclusivo, según el Estudio Multidimensional de País de Panamá.
Panama stands to benefit from unlocking new drivers for growth and from investing more and better in social policy and territorial development to make growth more sustainable and inclusive, according to the OECD Multi-dimensional Country Review of Panama released today on the occasion of a joint event hosted by the Panama’s Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economy and Finance in Panama City and the OECD Development Centre.
Policy makers in developing economies are confronted with increasingly complex decisions as they balance their economic, social and environmental agendas. While rising income levels help improve development outcomes, they also bring about new challenges and demands from emerging middle-classes. Those issues were addressed at the Fourth High-level Meeting of the OECD Development Centre Governing Board held today in Paris.
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).
Federico Bonaglia holds the position of Deputy Director at the OECD Development Centre.
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.
The OECD Development Centre launched the Youth Well-being policy review of Peru study in a high level event organized on Thursday 3rd August in Lima. The event was attended by Mr. Fernando Cáceres, Vice Minister of Education; Mr. Carlos Tengan, National Secretary for Youth and Mr. Steefan Pauwels, Head of the Cooperation Section of the European Union Delegation to Peru.
2017 OECD EMnet Meeting on Africa "The future of Africa: Industrialisation, Technology and Entrepreneurship"
Haiti is a country characterised by large emigration flows: emigrants, mostly residing in North America and the Dominican Republic, represent 11% of the population. And the growing diaspora and remittances sent back to families and friends, more than 2000 million USD in 2015, have the potential to contribute to development and reconstruction in Haiti.
Tras el fin de la guerra civil en 1992, El Salvador ha sufrido importantes cambios económicos, políticos y sociales. Los jóvenes de 15 a 24 años, que representan el 20,8% de la población total en 2014, y desempeñan un papel importante en el proceso de desarrollo de un país caracterizado por uno de los índices criminales más altos del mundo.