The OECD's Going Digital project is a multidisciplinary, cross-cutting initiative that aims to help policymakers in all relevant policy areas better understand the digital transformation that is taking place across different sectors of the economy and society as a whole. It will articulate recommendations for pro-active – rather than reactive – policies that will help to drive greater growth and societal well-being and help address the challenges of slow productivity growth, high unemployment and growing inequality in many countries.
Through the Going Digital project (2017-18) the OECD will exploit its policy breadth and international purview to examine the digital transformation across a spectrum of policy areas, including competition, science and technology, financial markets, education and skills, public governance, and trade. The challenge is to identify the policy mix that maximises the benefits of our increasingly digitalised global economy.
and the project brochure
Our contributions to the G20
Joint G20 German Presidency-OECD Conference "Key Issues for Digital Transformation in the G20"
Berlin, January 2017
GO DIGITAL TODAY!
Only full and regular members of the OECD's Going Digital project can access the password-protected workspace. This workspace facilitates the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge. It informs members of the on-going work of the Project, its current activities and forthcoming events.