Some policies drive growth, others act to redistribute income or wealth. While competition has long been known to drive economic growth, it can also make an important contribution to reducing income and wealth inequality. See our paper on competition and inequality.
This publication puts forward a research agenda advocating the importance of market competition, effective market regulation and competition policies for achieving inclusive growth and shared prosperity in emerging and developing economies. It is the result of a global partnership and shared commitment between the World Bank Group and the OECD.
La gouvernance d’entreprise est l’une des principales priorités de la Chine au cours de la période de « nouvelle normalité », durant laquelle les rendements sur investissement fléchissent.
La Nouvelle-Zélande est très bien classée en ce qui concerne la plupart des indicateurs du bien-être, mais les revenus y sont inférieurs à la moyenne de l’OCDE du fait de la faible productivité de la main-d’oeuvre.
Si en Inde, le revenu par habitant est train de s’aligner sur celui de pays plus riches, les inégalités se sont très fortement accentuées.
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This series of Working Papers is designed to make available, to a wider readership, selected studies which the Department has prepared for use within OECD. Authorship is generally collective, but main individual authors are named.
How do authorities deal with the extraterritorial reach of the remedies they apply to a given conduct? What if different remedies are imposed in different jurisdictions? These and other questions will be discussed at the OECD during a roundtable on the extraterritorial reach of remedies to take place in December 2017.
The combination of big data with technologically advanced tools is changing the competitive landscape in many markets and sectors. While this is producing benefits and efficiencies, it is also raising concerns of possible anti-competitive behaviour. This paper looks at whether algorithms can make tacit collusion easier and discusses some of the challenges they present for both competition law enforcement and market regulation.
OECD-GVH Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest website
This article by OECD's Antonio Capobianco and Pedro Gonzaga focuses on whether algorithms can make tacit collusion easier, both in oligopolistic markets and in markets which do not manifest the structural features that are usually associated with the risk of collusion. It was published in the August 2017 edition of the CPI Chronicle.