This report provides funders, decision-makers and research infrastructure (RI) managers with a versatile tool, based on current community practices, to evaluate the achievement of scientific and socio-economic objectives realistically. The framework can be adapted for different types of RIs and different stages in the RI life cycle.
This guide highlights a number of good practices from policy makers, consumer enforcement agencies and stakeholders. Building on examples, it also offers tips for businesses on misleading marketing practices, ad identification, endorsements and protection of children or vulnerable consumers.
The Steel Committee held in-depth discussions on global and regional steel market conditions, steel trade policy developments, the continuing challenge of excess capacity, technological developments contributing to sustainable practices in the steel sector, and OECD work on subsidies and other forms of government support that contribute to excess capacity in the steel sector.
The OECD is working with member and non-member economies to review policies to promote open science and to assess their impact on research and innovation.
Based on the OECD Analytical AMNE database, this paper analyses the domestic linkages of MNE affiliates in host economies in order to get better insights in the role MNEs play across countries.
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Digitalisation is reshaping all stages of science, from agenda setting to experimentation, knowledge sharing and public engagement.
Les indicateurs de l'OCDE sur le contenu en emploi sont expérimentaux. Ils permettent de décomposer et d'analyser les variations annuelles de l'emploi induites par les fluctuations de la demande finale de biens et services entre différents pays et régions.
This report uses a standard gravity setup to analyse the determinants of e-commerce, using data on online credit card payments by private Spanish customers of the multinational bank BBVA.
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The growing interactions between data, algorithms and big data analytics, connected things and people are opening huge new opportunities. But they are also giving rise to issues around “data governance” at the national and international levels.