A conversation with Daniel Cohen, Director of the Economics Department of the École normale supérieure. The rise of populism in recent years has been extensively analysed, with a focus on the ways in which it will affect the future of democracy.
2019 has not been without its trials and tribulations for multilateralism, but this has not stopped us from pushing ahead, holding up our commitment and reinvigorating our approaches to international co-operation. In taking stock of some of last year’s biggest achievements, I look forward to things to come, and what we have yet to accomplish, by pursuing our work together.
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2019 DevCom Annual Meeting Takeaway Key Messages
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Dinâmicas do Desenvolvimento em África 2019 examina políticas para a transformação produtiva do continente para ajudar os líderes africanos a alcançar as metas da Agenda 2063 da União Africana.
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This report was prepared by the OECD Development Centre at the request of W20 Japanese presidency. It analyses progress made and remaining challenges across the ambitious W20 gender equality objectives, by adopting a “Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) lens” which takes discriminatory social institutions (laws, norms and practices) into account.
African firms are the key to the economic transformation of the continent, but they need governments to create better conditions for them to thrive, according to the second edition of the African Union Commission’s (AUC) economic report produced in collaboration with the OECD Development Centre.