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  • 3-July-2018

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    Multi-dimensional Review of Paraguay - Volume I. Initial Assessment

    Paraguay has achieved strong and resilient growth and made progress across a range of development outcomes since it emerged from a prolonged period of economic and political instability in the early 2000s. In 2014, the country adopted its first National Development Plan, setting course towards an ambitious vision of the country’s future. To maintain the pace of economic growth and achieve more inclusive development Paraguay will need to overcome a number of institutional, economic and social constraints that challenge its development model. This first volume of the Multi-dimensional Review of Paraguay analyses the country’s development performance and presents the main constraints to the country’s development. It examines five broad areas, corresponding to the key areas of the Sustainable Development Goals: prosperity, people’s well-being, planet, peace and institutions, and partnerships and financing.
  • 25-juin-2018

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    DevTalks: Le développement ne fonctionne pas : laissez-le tel quel

    La théorie et la pratique de « l'utilisation du futur » dans une perspective stratégique gagnent en intérêt. Cela a des implications pour le leadership transformationnel expérimental alors que les chercheurs et les décideurs analysent les causes de l’effritement de l'ancien ordre et les signaux pouvant permettre d’identifier ce qui est à venir.

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  • 20-June-2018

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    Recuperar la confianza de los ciudadanos en las instituciones es fundamental en América Latina y el Caribe para superar los desafíos de su proceso de desarrollo en transición y retomar una senda de crecimiento inclusivo

    El rápido crecimiento de la clase media en América Latina, que alcanzó un nivel de 35,4% de la población en 2016 (1 de cada 3 latinoamericanos, frente a 1 de cada 5 latinoamericanos en 2001) ha traído consigo un aumento de las aspiraciones y exigencias ciudadanas que hay que satisfacer.

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  • 20-June-2018

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    Better adapting migration policies to labour market needs would help Ghana’s economy, says new ILO-OECD Development Centre report

    Migration should be better integrated in labour market information and analysis. This could amplify the impact of Ghana’s efforts to enhance the economic contribution of migration, which culminated in 2016 with the adoption of a National Migration Policy aiming to mainstream migration into Ghana’s other development policies.

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  • 20-June-2018

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    How Immigrants Contribute to Ghana's Economy

    Immigrant workers contribute to the Ghanaian economy in several ways. They are well integrated in labour markets in terms of employment, although female immigrants often face greater challenges than male immigrants. Even though much of the employment of immigrant workers appears to be demand-driven, immigration may have some displacement effects in particular for native-born women. The contribution of immigrants to the government’s fiscal balance exceeds the contribution of the native-born population on a per capita basis. The overall contribution of immigrants to GDP is estimated at 1.5%. Ghana is aiming to mainstream migration into development policies, and this objective would benefit from stronger labour market information and analysis systems.How Immigrants Contribute to Ghana’s Economy is the result of a project carried out by the OECD Development Centre and the International Labour Organization, with support from the European Union. The project aimed to analyse several economic impacts – on the labour market, economic growth, and public finance – of immigration in ten partner countries: Argentina, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, the Dominican Republic, Ghana, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Rwanda, South Africa and Thailand. The empirical evidence stems from a combination of quantitative and qualitative analysis of secondary, and in some cases primary data sources.
  • 14-juin-2018

    Français

    DevTalks - Une stratégie intégrale pour le développement industriel en Afrique subsaharienne : Aperçus des expériences du Japon et de l'Asie de l'est

    Il n'existe pas de stratégie universellement acceptée pour le développement industriel. Dans l’un de ses derniers travaux de recherche, le professeur Keijiro Otsuka propose une stratégie intégrale pour le développement industriel qui cherche à favoriser les regroupements d’entreprises (clusters) en Afrique subsaharienne et met l’accent sur un soutien séquentiel sur trois leviers.

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  • 13-June-2018

    English

    Reforming the pension system is key to ensure better social protection coverage across the population in Kyrgyzstan, says new OECD Development Centre report

    Kyrgyzstan spends more on social protection than any other item of public expenditure but the benefits reach mainly the elderly, according to a Social Protection Systems Review (SPSR) of Kyrgyzstan produced by the OECD Development Centre as part of the European Union Social Protection Systems Programme (EU-SPS).

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  • 13-June-2018

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    Social Protection System Review of Kyrgyzstan

    Social protection is at the heart of Kyrgyzstan’s development and is a priority of public policy. Pension coverage among today’s elderly is universal and a large number of contributory and non-contributory programmes are in place to cover a wide range of risks. Kyrgyzstan has succeeded in maintaining the entitlements dating from the Soviet era while introducing programmes appropriate for its transition to a market economy. However, severe fiscal constraints have limited the coverage of these new arrangements and their capacity to adapt to challenges such as poverty, pervasive informality and emigration.
  • 12-June-2018

    Spanish

    Una mejor integración de los trabajadores inmigrantes impulsaría la economía de la República Dominicana, según el nuevo informe del Centro de Desarrollo OIT-OCDE

    La migración internacional ha sido una parte central del desarrollo de la República Dominicana. Si bien el país es un país de emigración neta con un 12% de la población que vive en el extranjero, también atrae a un número importante de inmigrantes, que representan el 4% de la población dominicana.

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  • 12-June-2018

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    Better integration of immigrant workers would boost the Dominican Republic’s economy, says new ILO-OECD Development Centre report

    The report provides an unprecedented analysis of immigrant workers’ contribution in three areas of the Dominican Republic’s economy: labour markets, economic growth and public finance. It shows that the labour market characteristics of immigrants and native-born workers in the Dominican Republic are very different.

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