OECD work on applying behavioural insights in public policy.
Recorded message from Colin MacDonald, Chair of the Working Party of Digital Government Officials (E-Leaders), delivered at the 55th Session of the OECD Public Governance Committee on the relevance of the digital transformation and its implications for public sectors
A Job for Life? The old notion of a safe job in the civil service is profoundly changing - OECD Insights blog by Bill Below.
The OECD NER provides the opportunity for economic regulators from different sectors and different jurisdiction to discuss and share experiences and frame the features of a “world class regulator”.
International Organisations: standard-setting bodies in supporting regulatory co-operation.
Explore regulatory policy and governance practices of selected countries in Latin America, including stakeholder engagement, Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) and ex post evaluation - administrative simplification
Women’s representation in parliaments remains a global issue. In 2016, women constituted 23% of parliamentarians over both upper and lower houses combined, with the Pacific, Arab States and Asia having the lowest representation (16.4%, 18.2%, and 19.2% respectively).
Behavioural economics incorporates behavioural, social and cognitive dimensions into economic thinking, and its practice has grown as economists strive to improve their models, forecasts and policies. Today it is making a measurable difference in policy effectiveness around the world.
Adopted by the OECD Council on 23 February 2017, this Recommendation provides high-level policy guidance for designing a strategy for addressing the financial impacts of disasters on individuals, businesses and sub-national levels of governments, as well as the implication for public finances.
This programme gathers available evidence on the gains that can be achieved through greater co-ordination of rules and their application across jurisdictions.