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Traditionally, the Norwegian compulsory education system has focused strongly on the linked goals of equal opportunities to learn, comprehensive and inclusive education.
OECD Territorial Reviews: Copenhagen, Denmark aims to provide a detailed diagnosis and solutions for improving the competitiveness and governance of the metropolitan region of Copenhagen.
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This overview paper examines the financial crisis in light of past country experience and economic theory and draws preliminary policy recommendations.
Mr. Gurría underlined that business ethics should be at the center of any new road-map for the global economy. Markets should not only be more stable, but morally acceptable as well. He said that it is time to reunite ethics and economics through a solid, transparent and updated set of rules.
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This document presents the results of the first five self-assessments that have taken place using the Integrated Checklist on Regulatory Reform.
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This paper reflects a challenging applied research task to stimulate, at global level, exchange of statistical measures and knowledge through innovative Geovisual Analytics techniques.
This report, the first OECD study to analyse the successes and challenges of both administrative simplification and e-government in a national context, analyses Portugal's simplication programme, assesses its implications for the public sector and service delivery, and makes proposals for action
Luxembourg is today one of the main international centres for investment funds. Besides the sector’s direct and indirect employment effects, the most important effect is the large tax revenue generating capacity of the sector, accounting directly for over 20% of aggregate tax revenues.
- Economic survey of Luxembourg 2008
The economic downturn and the financial turmoil are intensifying fiscal pressures. In the longer-term, progress towards fiscal sustainability and improving the quality of the public finances remain priorities.
The Territorial Development Policy Committee met to discuss how regional policies can address global challenges. Mark Drabenstott, Director of the RUPRI Center for Regional Competitiveness, University of Missouri, US, and TDPC Chair, tells the regional policy story.