Trustlab is an innovative OECD initiative that aims to improve existing measures of trust as well as understand what drives trust and how policymakers might go about restoring it. The OECD is partnering with researchers from a set of world-class institutions to improve measures of trust and disentangle the drivers of a concept that is still poorly understood.
Statistics Working Paper N. 92 2018/5 - This paper summarises available evidence on the distance that OECD countries need to travel in order to reach the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets for children and young people. More than 50 indicators are included in this analysis, covering 43 of the 169 targets, and 11 of the 17 Goals.
Statistics Working Paper N. 91 2018/4 - The System of National Accounts, which provides information on important macroeconomic indicators such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP), household disposable income and final consumption, typically excludes the value of unpaid household activities. This report deals with the impact of including unpaid household activities on macro-economic aggregates for G7-countries.
Statistics Working Paper N. 90, 2018/3 - This paper investigates the factors shaping the OECD Better Life Index users’ preferences over a set of 11 well-being dimensions.
Statistics Working Paper N. 89, 2018/2 - This paper describes the results of an international initiative on trust (Trustlab) run in six OECD countries between November 2016 and November 2017 (France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Slovenia and the United States).
Statistics Working Paper N. 88, 2018/1 - This paper describes how household wealth is distributed in 28 OECD countries, based on evidence from the second wave of the OECD Wealth Distribution Database. A number of general patterns emerge from these data. First, wealth concentration is twice the level of income inequality...
Joint OECD Health Working Papers 104 - The incentive structures produced by different institutional arrangements in health systems are important determinants of their performance, and can explain some of the differences in cross-country performance patterns. This paper proposes an approach and quantitative method to investigate how different policies and institutions helped achieving better value for money...