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The role of tourism statistics and tourism-related economic information is invaluable. In measuring the importance of tourism in countries, more efficient policies can be developed at both national and local levels to support decision-making for business and policy.
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First launched in May 1997 and most-recently updated in 2008, this survey is a comprehensive study on the metadata for foreign direct investment (FDI) statistics.
"Staying Competitive in the Global Economy" brings together several studies on globalisation. The work aimed at strengthening the evidence base on globalisation of value chains, which should ultimately enable the development of policies to address key concerns.
Launched in May 1997 and most recently updated in 2008, this survey is a comprehensive study on the metadata for foreign direct investment (FDI) statistics. It provides information on methodological practices of individual countries as well as the data sources they use and their data collection and dissemination methods.
This publication presents detailed data on the industrial activity of multinationals in OECD countries. In an era of globalisation, these data highlight the increasing importance of multinationals in the economies of host countries. Time series cover 23 countries for the period 2000-2004.
The 9th International Forum on Tourism Statistics (19-21 November 2008) was held at OECD headquarters in Paris.
Bringing together over 200 internationally comparable quality indicators to explore the progress of national innovation strategies and recent developments in science, technology and industry.
OECD Revisions Analysis Database for the Index of Industrial Production.
This report provides new insights into offshoring, which has become a fact of life for business, and describes the wide-ranging effects that offshoring can have on domestic employment -- the positive, as well as the negative.
The globalisation of production has changed the industrial structure within OECD countries, and in some sectors blunted their competitiveness. Another major consequence has been fears of job losses, due to outsourcing and offshoring. How should OECD countries respond?