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Chapter 4 ot of the OECD Economic Outlook No. 65. This chapter provides an up-to-date assessment of labour market performance and progress made in implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy.
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Chapter 6 of the OECD Economic Outlook No. 65. This chapter reviews the principal causes of the recent volatility of capital flows and possible remedies that emerging market economies and the international community can take to stabilise such flows.
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OECD Economic Outlook No. 65, chapter 5. There is increasing scientific consensus that global warming is under way, linked at least in part to human economic activity. The considerable attention paid to this problem over the past ten...
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The main focus of this working paper is on the factors of the Greek pay-as-you-go system which result in its future unsustainability.
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This working paper suggests that a successful reform of public enterprises would improve productivity in key sectors of the Greek economy, and thus provide essential inputs at lower cost to the economy as a whole.
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Chapter 4 ot the OECD Economic Outlook No. 64. EMU raises new policy issues in the euro area.
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Chapter 6 of OECD Economic Outlook No. 64. In many OECD countries, policies concerning income distribution pay particular attention to poverty alleviation.
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Ch. 5 of OECD Economic Outlook No. 64. This chapter addresses the nature of the third quarter drop compared with previous such episodes, outlines some benchmarks against which current levels of equity prices can be measured and assesses the implications of declines in equity pric
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Using overlapping generations (OLG) models calibrated on 7 OECD countries - the United States, Japan, France, Canada, Italy, the United Kingdom and Sweden - the authors investigate the macroeconomic impact of possible pension reform strategies as populations age.
This working paper exploits an Italian microeconomic data set to study retirement behaviour of women and men using survival analysis techniques.