The statistics presented are an extract from the database: OECD Financial Accounts , which belongs to the System of National Accounts (SNA) and which include the Financial Accounts together with the Financial Balance Sheets: the Financial Accounts, part of the Accumulation Accounts, record, by type of instruments, the financial transactions between sectors, the Financial Balance Sheets, corresponding to the final sets of
Recent data on consumer confidence suggests that households are quite pessimistic on the severity of the current financial crisis, and its impact on the economy at large. Confidence indicators for OECD member countries in recent months have witnessed an almost unprecedented collapse, with some levels falling to the lowest on record.
The 3rd OECD World Forum "Charting Progress, Building Visions, Improving Life" organised by the OECD and the Government of Korea, will be held in Busan, Korea on 27-30 October 2009. Read more about why Korea was choosen. The Forum will attract some 1 500 high level participants with a mixture of politicians and policy makers, opinion leaders, Nobel laureates, statisticians, academics, journalists and representatives of civil society,
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Updated continuously. Includes population and employment in persons (national concept), employment in persons by industry (domestic concept) and employment in full-time equivalents by industry (domestic concept) from 1970 to latest available. Source: OECD Annual National Accounts Database .
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Data to measure and analyse the increasing role of institutional investors in capital markets has been collected and published by the OECD for a number of years. This dataset is now integrated in the framework of the OECD Financial Accounts. This article presents an overview of institutional investors’ assets, their components and their development in the aggregate and by country.
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This article presents a combined analysis of households’ financial and non-financial balance sheets across OECD countries over the period 1995-2006. The scope of the study mainly covers households’ gross wealth (financial, dwellings and land) and therefore does not include debt. It also analyses financial risks borne by households investing their savings either in investment fund shares, in life insurance reserves or in pension
A guide for constructing and using composite indicators for policy makers, academics, the media and other interested parties. In particular, this handbook is concerned with indicators which compare and rank country performance.
Drawing on OECD statistics in particular, this publication shows readers how to use statistics to understand the world economy. It gives an overview of the history, key concepts and the main providers of economic statistics. A detailed chapter provides a comprehensive picture of the main statistical activities of the OECD. Finally, the book explores the crucial issue of quality assurance and the implications for public trust.
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