OECD Chief Economist Catherine L. Mann will present the near-term prospects for the global economy on Wednesday 16 September at 11:00 a.m. (CET).
The OECD Economic Survey of Ireland, to be published on Tuesday 15 September, assesses the policies underpinning the country’s robust, broad-based economic recovery, as well as the opportunity to resolve lasting legacies of the global economic crisis.
The G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance provide recommendations for national policymakers on shareholder rights, executive remuneration, financial disclosure, the behaviour of institutional investors and how stock markets should function.
OECD Secretary General Angel Gurría welcomes the initiative of President Francois Hollande and Chancellor Angela Merkel to put forward a structural and ambitious response to the current refugee crisis.
The recent droughts in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo states have exposed the need to shift from crisis management to effective risk governance of the country’s water resources, according to a new OECD report.
Iceland has steadily recovered from the global financial crisis, with economic activity above pre-crisis levels and a number of other visible signs of normalisation, including falling unemployment, improved public finances and stronger household finances.
Latvia should step up its efforts to improve the employment prospects of young people by continuing to reform its vocational education system and pursuing the commitments made as part of the Youth Guarantee to further reduce the share of young people under 30 who are not in employment, education or training.
The OECD Economic Survey of Iceland, to be published on Tuesday 1 September, assesses prospects for the Icelandic economy as it enters its fifth year of steady economic recovery.
Increasing tax revenues and ensuring sustainable domestic resource mobilisation will be critical as emerging Asian economies seek to boost the provision of public goods and services and improve economic growth and living standards.
Business start-up rates in OECD countries have generally risen since the crisis - particularly in Australia and the United Kingdom - but they remain below pre-2008 levels in many Euro area economies.