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OECD Business and Finance Outlook

 

2020 edition - FORTHCOMING

29 September 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted an urgent need to consider resilience in finance, both in the financial system itself and in the role played by capital and investors in making economic and social systems more dynamic and able to withstand external shocks. Using analysis from a wide range of perspectives, the 2020 edition of the OECD Business and Finance Outlook focuses on the environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors that are rapidly becoming a part of mainstream finance. It evaluates current ESG practices, and identifies priorities and actions to better align investments with sustainable, long-term value – in particular, the need for more consistent, comparable and available data on ESG performance.

Join us on 29 September for the online launch of the publication.


2019 edition

The 2019 edition of the OECD Business and Finance Outlook considers the importance of public trust in business and finance, offering a conceptual approach to understanding facets of trust in finance, investment and business with respect to economic value, fairness and integrity of conduct, as well as alignment with societal values. The Outlook provides an assessment of factors that contributed to a deterioration of trust during the global financial crisis; reviews recent developments that could contribute to a renewed erosion of trust; and, offers policy considerations to help strengthen public trust in business and finance.

News release

 

Highlights

 

Editorial by Greg Medcraft

 

2019 Trust in Business Forum

 

Strengthening trust in financial markets

 

Strengthening trust in online markets

Strengthening trust in financial institutions

 

Trust and evolving state ownership

 


2018 edition

The 2018 edition of the OECD Business and Finance Outlook addresses connectivity, both among institutions within the global financial system and among countries. Almost a decade on from the 2008 financial crisis, the Outlook examines new risks to financial stability that will put financial reforms to the test, focusing in particular on the normalisation of monetary policy, debt problems and off-balance sheet activity in China. The Outlook also examines how supply-side and demand-side policies can help ensure foreign infrastructure investment is high quality, sustainable and works for all, with particular reference to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

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Download the chapter on China's Belt and Road Initiative in the global trade, investment and finance landscape

 

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