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  • 29-March-2018

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    Tunisia: New structural reforms needed to revive growth and job creation

    The Tunisian economy is recovering, driven by good harvests and strong performance in the tourism sector, but further reforms are needed to ensure sustainable growth and higher living standards for all Tunisians, according to a new report from the OECD.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    A Genie in a bottle? Globalisation, competition and inflation

    Declining inflation in many countries over the past few decades at the same time as rising global competition has led to a debate on the importance of globalisation for domestic inflation. This paper explores the implications of global value chain (GVC) integration and market contestability for inflation using a range of industry-level and micro-data sources.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    To fear or not to fear the future of work? Opportunities, disruptions and policy challenges

    Rapid technological change – from digitalisation to artificial intelligence, 3D printing and nanomaterials – is transforming the way goods and services are produced and consumed. It will have profound implications for the dynamics of productivity, jobs, investment and trade over the next 10 to 15 years.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    Statistical Insights: New OECD-WTO data provides coherent and comprehensive view of Global Trade in Services

    Services comprise a growing share of international trade. Yet detailed statistics on which countries trade which services with which partners remain patchy.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    Getting stronger, but tensions are rising

    The global economic expansion is strengthening. Global growth is projected to increase from 3.7% in 2017 to around 4% in 2018 and 2019 in our latest Interim Economic Outlook.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    Child benefits and female labour supply – the case of Poland

    In 2016 the Polish government introduced a large new child benefit, called “Family 500+”, with the aim to increase fertility from a low level and reduce child poverty. The benefit is universal for the second and every further child and means-tested for the first child. It more than doubles fiscal support for families, making Poland one of the top spenders in the EU concerning cash transfers for families.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    Towards an innovative and inclusive economy in Poland

    The Polish economy is in a strong position. Economic growth reached 4.6% on average in 2017 and the OECD expects it to continue at around 4% over 2018/19.

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  • 23-March-2018

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    The key to breaking cycle of poverty in Israel lies in education

    Inequality and relative poverty in Israel remain high, particularly among Arab-Israelis and Haredim (Ultra-Orthodox).x

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  • 21-March-2018

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    How do you improve the durability of a Celtic Tiger?

    The Irish economy is booming and is expected to continue expanding at healthy rates over the next few years.

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  • 21-March-2018

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    United we stand divided we fall: the need for greater inclusiveness in Israel

    Today’s excellent outlook offers Israel a unique opportunity to prepare for the challenges of the future which require stronger social cohesion. Israeli society is indeed marked by large inequalities.

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