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El presente reporte cubre el tópico importante de los emprendedores jóvenes. Presenta algunos de los muchos programas de jóvenes emprendedores que han aparecido a nivel local en años recientes...
The central objective of the study is to provide policy recommendations to governments and development agencies on how best to attract, retain and embed IDI in targeted regions and localities.
Statistics Working Paper N. 10 - 2004/1. This paper presents a new classification of atypical working arrangements, developed by Istat, the Italian Statistical Institute.
This seminar will be a unique opportunity to debate the results of recent local governance developments in Latvia in the light of experience from other countries, analyse the main obstacles met and identify ways to progress further.
Como parte de los eventos organizados para conmemorar el décimo aniversario de la incorporación de México a la OCDE, el Programa LEED ha sido invitado a presentar su publicación sobre el tema "La Formación de Patrimonio y el Escape de la Pobreza".
Dr. Ray Boshara, Director of the Asset Building Programme at the New American Foundation, has presented this presentation in a session held within the OECD Mexico Forum.
This book examines how the new forms of governance overcome administrative, political and financial obstacles and their impact on local prosperity and the quality of life.
Key indicators show Germany belonging to the countries in the OECD with strong innovation activity even though some weakening in Germany’s position relative to other OECD countries has occurred recently, as discussed in this working paper.
A major international comparative project which focussed on the integration of employment, skills and economic development at the local level.
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This paper gives a brief overview of reforms of the senior civil service across 12 OECD member countries. The point of departure is the distinction between the two types of civil service systems: career-based and position-based.