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  • 10-April-2017

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    Trade in Employment (domestic labour inputs sustained by foreign final demand)

    Embodied employment indicators are experimental. They enable to reveal how annual changes in OECD employment can be decomposed to account for changes in final demand for goods and services across different countries and regions.

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  • 24-March-2017

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    82nd Session of the Steel Committee, Paris, 23-24 March 2017

    Presentations and main topics discussed at the 82nd Session of the Steel Committee held in Paris, 23-24 March 2017.

  • 9-February-2017

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    Peer Review of the Norwegian Shipbuilding Industry

    Norway is a high-cost country and as a consequence, the access to competence and innovation is vital to the Norwegian shipbuilding industry’s competitiveness. Norway’s maritime industry thus has to focus on high value-added segments of the market and be knowledge-based. To this end, Norway’s competitive advantage is based on high investment in research and development.

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  • 1-December-2016

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    Workshop on Maritime Clusters and Global Challenges

    The workshop aimed to explore the links between shipbuilding and other maritime industries, such as shipping, offshore and marine equipment industry, and sought to find solutions for the challenges which cannot be solved by individual economies.

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  • 8-September-2016

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    81st Session of the Steel Committee, Paris, 8 September 2016

    Presentations and main topics discussed at the 81st Session of the Steel Committee held in Paris, 8 September 2016.

  • 3-September-2016

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    Estimating CO2 Emissions Embodied in Final Demand and Trade Using the OECD ICIO 2015: Methodology and Results

    In this working paper estimates of emissions embodied in final demand and in international trade were generated to contribute to a better understanding of how CO2 emissions around the world are driven by global consumption patterns. After explaining the methodology in detail, some general results are described and examples given of how to use and interpret the derived indicators.

  • 26-July-2016

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    Where to Locate Innovative Activities in Global Value Chains

    With the emergence of global value chains (GVCs), production processes are increasingly fragmented and dispersed across different countries. Although many MNEs still exhibit an important ‘home bias’ in their global innovation activities, a growing number of firms have offshored R&D and innovative activities to foreign locations.

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  • 18-April-2016

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    Outcomes from the High-Level Symposium on Excess Capacity and Structural Adjustment in the Steel Sector

    A High-Level Meeting on excess capacity and structural adjustment in the steel sector was convened on 18 April 2016, at the Palais d’Egmont in Brussels, co-organised by the OECD and the Belgian government.

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  • 18-April-2016

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    High-Level Meeting: Excess Capacity and Structural Adjustment in the Steel Sector

    In view of the significant and growing excess capacity that exists in the global steel industry, a High-Level meeting on excess capacity and structural adjustment in the steel sector was organised by the OECD and the Belgian authorities on 18 April 2016 at the Palais d'Egmont in Brussels.

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  • 1-April-2016

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    No Country for Young Firms?

    This policy paper provides new cross-country evidence on the links between national policies and the growth patterns of start-ups. In particular, it compares for the first time the heterogeneous effects of national policies on entrants and incumbents, within the same country, industry, and time period. A number of key facts emerge.

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