Giving older people better work incentives and choices is crucial in the context of rapid population ageing and pressures on the sustainability of public social expenditures. Therefore, the OECD is carrying out a new review of policies to encourage greater labour market participation at an older age by fostering employability, job mobility and labour demand.
Why is it so difﬁcult to get the international picture right with respect to the extent of migration ﬂows? This Brief explains the reasons and proposes some practical steps that could be taken to improve the situation.
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"The comparability of International Migration Statistics", Stats Brief, July 2005
The OECD Study on Private Health Insurance was completed between 2001 and 2004, and assessed the role that private health insurance (PHI) plays in OECD member countries. This page lists all reports released as part of the study.
What is the impact of private health insurance on health systems? This report provides the first-ever comparative analysis of the role
This volume contains a selection of the policy studies constituting the OECD Health Project.
If parents cannot achieve their desired work/family life balance, economic development is curtailed, through reduced labour supply by parents.
This volume offers a synthesis of findings from recent OECD studies undertaken as part of the three-year Health Project, an initiative geared towards answering many of the key questions facing today’s health policy makers.
This project was one component of the OECD Health Project . It sets out the main trends in long-term care expenditures and services and evaluates recent policy developments in 19 OECD countries.
The study measured access to selected health care services by the actual use of these services (self-reported). The focus is on variations in utilisation across income groups (eg., income quintiles).