Much has already come out of NAEC in terms of specific ideas, policies, metrics, and approaches. But real change requires that people see the bigger picture as well. Explanations for how the world works, visions for where they want to go, and shared narratives to help them work together to get there. That is why a new narrative of growth is so important to discuss at OECD and so central to its collective mission. Such a narrative must be based on the best facts and science available, but it must also provide understanding and inspiration.
> Elements for a New Growth Narrative - Draft Report (pdf) / Éléments d’un nouveau discours autour de la croissance - Projet de rapport (pdf)
This draft report of the Secretary General’s Advisory Group sets out a new set of goals and measures of economic and social progress; new frameworks of economic analysis; and new kinds of policies. The report discusses the nature of the profound issues policymakers now face and whether the progress in analysis and policy advice since the onset of the Global Financial Crisis has gone far enough or is still too anchored in the basic historical premises of economic theory. Comments and suggestions on the draft are invited from OECD Committees and Members and it was discussed at the NAEC Group Conference on Averting Systemic Collapse.
> Debate the Issues: The Financial System - Draft October 2018 (pdf)
> Socially Inclusive Economic Growth and the Futures of the Knowledge Economy
Imagination Unleashed – Democratising the Knowledge Economy (pdf). The report is the product of collaboration between the UK’s National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (Nesta) and Harvard Professor Roberto Unger and supported by the OECD’s NAEC Initiative
> Neuroeconomics - The State of Mind in Economics
> NEW ANALYTICAL TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR ECONOMIC POLICYMAKING, NAEC conference 15-16 April 2019 –OECD, Paris