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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?
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The OECD Council Working Party on Shipbuilding, in association with the major shipbuilding associations, has released a revised and updated system to calculate compensated gross tons (cgt).
This publication is a two-yearly report on trends in the steelmaking capacity in economies that are not members of the OECD. This report examines the current steelmaking capacity of these economies and likely changes therein up to the year 2008.
A first Compendium was prepared in 2000. It collected and classified information on the activities of international bodies and institutions targeted at SMEs. A new style Compendium II has just been released, and involves much more than an update of the first Compendium...
OECD economic globalisation indicators help identify the economic activities of member countries under foreign control, and more particularly the contribution of multinational enterprises to growth, employment, productivity, labour compensation, R&D, technology diffusion and int trade.
This annual publication provides steel production and consumption statistics, trade data, and other indicators of activity such as employment levels, annual investment expenditures by sector and by country, export prices, domestic prices and indices for certain iron and steel products.
The OECD publishes a range of statistics by economic activity. The data may originate from annual business surveys, from National Accounts (based on SNA93 definitions) or from the STAN family of databases which gives broad analyses of industrial performance and structural change.
This publication reports on steelmaking capacity developments in non-OECD countries. This latest edition reviews available material on existing capacity and likely developments through 2005. On a country-by-country basis, tables show existing capacity and equipment, increase in capacity, etc.
This joint IMF/OECD report highlights the progress made since the 1997 SIMSDI survey and identifies areas where more than 75 percent of countries surveyed now implement the recommended methodology for compiling FDI statistics, as well as ...
This publication presents detailed data on the role played by multinationals in the OECD economies. Volume I, which is updated annually on SourceOECD, provides data for the manufacturing sector. Volume II, published here for the first time, presents data for services. Both volumes of the present edition also include for the first time data on the activity of affiliates of national firms abroad.