The digital revolution affecting economies and societies cuts across multiple areas of government policy. In this Competition Lore podcast, Caron Beaton-Wells engages the OECD's Antonio Gomes in a wide ranging conversation about the challenges and opportunities competition authorities are facing as they grapple with the digital transformation of markets.
Behavioural Economics plays an increasingly important role in the design of public policy worldwide. OECD On The Level talks with Faisal Naru and Filippo Cavassini of the OECD on some of the latest developments in this ground-breaking discipline. With Bill Below.
In the fifth post of his Legacy Blog Series, Roel Nieuwenkamp looks at how the government authorities responsible for implementing the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises can be strengthened.
At the end of July, the OECD announced a 44% drop in global outward foreign investment in Q1 2018. Maria Borga of the OECD explores the causes and likely impacts going forward of what could become a permanent reduction in outward FDI. With Bill Below.
In the fourth post of his Legacy Blog Series, Roel Nieuwenkamp encourages the responsible business conduct community to start planning for the next update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
In the third post of his Legacy Blog Series, Roel Nieuwenkamp encourages the responsible business conduct community to start planning for the next update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
OECD data for foreign direct investment (FDI) flows in the first quarter of 2018 reveal that global FDI outflows fell to USD 136 billion from USD 242 billion in the previous quarter. OECD's Maria Borga analyses the cause of this precipitous drop.
Structural economic reforms, such as labour market and pension reforms, are often difficult to introduce because of voter discontent. Elsa Fornero and Anna Lo Prete have investigated whether painful reforms take more or less of a toll on the politicians who introduce them in countries where financial literacy is higher.