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  • 5-September-2021

    English

    Productivity-resilience nexus: What is the role of innovation?

    The OECD Spatial Productivity Lab in collaboration with PGran Sasso Science Institute, Italy organises a special sessions on "Productivity-resilience nexus: What is the role of innovation?" at the the 6th GEOINNO conference, on 26-28 January 2022 in Milan, Italy. A call for papers is open until 5 September 2021.

  • 23-June-2021

    English

    Summer school on local development strategies and European projects

    The Summer School, at his fifth edition, is conceived as a training opportunity for municipal administrators to acquire an open mind-set towards innovation on issues of integrated local development and programming.

  • 23-June-2021

    English

    Housing Affordability in Cities in the Czech Republic

    While the full effects of the COVID-19 crisis on housing affordability in cities in the Czech Republic remain to be seen, the pandemic has reinforced the urgency of tackling pre-existing challenges, such as a consistent shortage of housing supply in cities and structural obstacles for urban households to access affordable housing. While the Czech national government has taken a number of emergency measures to help people keep their homes during the COVID-19 crisis, this report recommends that Czech national and local governments need to implement both direct and indirect policy instruments more effectively to shape a more sustainable and inclusive urban paradigm. Direct policy instruments consist in targeting housing affordability specifically, for example by providing more social housing to households most in need. Indirect instruments such as local land-use planning can help increase the supply of affordable housing. This report also contains the results from an innovative survey that the OECD and the Ministry of Regional Development conducted on more than 1 800 municipalities to collect data on the housing market and housing policies at the municipal level.
  • 22-June-2021

    English

    Implications of Remote Working Adoption on Place Based Policies - A Focus on G7 Countries

    COVID-19 has accelerated the digitalisation of working and social interactions. Global lockdowns to contain the pandemic have forced firms and workers to perform a wide range of daily functions through virtual means. This has led to greater uptake and acceptance of remote working, which will likely remain in the post-pandemic scenario. Governments and policy responses at the local and regional level can play a decisive role in supporting workers and firms in this transition. This report proposes a number of policy takeaways to guide short and long-term policy making to better prepare regions for what may be a ‘new normal’. The report relies on real-time subnational data to analyse changes in people’s mobility patterns and the determinants of remote working adoption across types of workers and regions. The report identifies different scenarios of settlement patterns that could emerge post-COVID-19, highlighting how changing patterns of work could impact on regional development and a range of policy areas, including infrastructure, healthcare and the environment.
  • 14-juin-2021

    Français

    Relever les défis complexes liés à la politique du logement devrait être une priorité absolue pour tous les gouvernements

    Pouvoir disposer d'un logement abordable et de qualité est indispensable pour la santé, l'accès à l’emploi et la satisfaction à l’égard de l’existence, mais le logement est l'un des enjeux de l’action publique parmi les plus complexes auxquels nos sociétés sont aujourd'hui confrontées.

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  • 11-June-2021

    English

    Building the STRING megaregion as a green hub in the wake of COVID-19

    STRING is a political cross-border organisation spanning five cities (the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Copenhagen, Malmö, Gothenburg and Oslo) and eight regions (Schleswig-Holstein, Region of Southern Denmark, Region Zealand, Capital Region of Denmark, Region Skåne, Region Halland, Västra Götalandsregionen and Viken County) across Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Home to around 14 million inhabitants, STRING has good potential to become a leading European megaregion and an internationally acknowledged Green Hub if governments 'think big' and work together beyond their own boundaries. Building on its green expertise and high levels of innovation and quality of life, STRING could take advantage of current opportunities such as the construction of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link to reap the benefits of agglomeration economies and establish itself as a sustainable megaregion. However, time is of the essence. Seizing the political momentum of the coming decade, including the momentum to support a green recovery from COVID-19, will be critical to advance STRING’s green vision and shape a future-proof economic model.
  • 11-June-2021

    English

    Mining Regions and Cities Case of Andalusia, Spain

    Andalusia is the largest mining producer in Spain, the second-largest copper producer in the EU and a leader in marble and gypsum production. The region benefits from two distinct mining subsectors, each with a rich network of suppliers that are relevant for local development: the metallic mining sector (e.g. copper and zinc), which accounts for most of the regional mining production, and the non-metallic sector (ornamental rocks, aggregates and industrial minerals), which is highly dispersed across the territory. The regional mining value chain has the potential to leverage the increasing global and EU demand for sustainable raw materials and thus become a frontrunner in leading technologies and circular processes for environmentally sustainable mining. This study identifies how Andalusia can build on its strengths and address current and future challenges to improve regional productivity and well-being while accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy and assisting EU climate goals.
  • 10-juin-2021

    Français

    Gros plan sur le logement : 14-18 juin 2021

    Disposer d’un logement abordable et de qualité est essentiel pour la santé, l’accès à l’emploi et le bien-être. Le respect de normes de qualité environnementale élevées pour la construction et la rénovation de logements sont également indispensables à la lutte contre le changement climatique.

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  • 6-June-2021

    English

    Culture & creativity for a more inclusive recovery: the State as an enabler?

    In collaboration with the Municipality of Trento, the OECD Trento Centre organised a session on "Culture & creativity for a more inclusive recovery: the State as an enabler?" within the 16th Festival of Economics in Trento.

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  • 4-June-2021

    English

    Boosting social entrepreneurship and social enterprise development in Brandenburg, Germany - In-depth policy review

    This report provides an in-depth analysis of the policy ecosystem in place for social entrepreneurship and social enterprises in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. It identifies the state’s key strengths and challenges and provides policy recommendations to support the development of a stronger policy ecosystem. It includes a conceptual framework for social entrepreneurship and social innovation (Chapter 2); with recommendations and analyses to build institutional and legal frameworks for social enterprises (Chapter 3), improve access to finance for social entrepreneurship development (Chapter 4), promote access to private and public markets for social entrepreneurship development (Chapter 5), and strengthen social impact measurement and reporting for social enterprise development (Chapter 6).
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