On the occasion of the launch of a new OECD study of what happens to public officials who accept bribes, Klaus Moosmayer explains why governments and business must work together to address the demand side of bribery.
With Asian companies now the world’s largest users of public equity financing, OECD's Mats Isaksson looks at what this means for the global integration of Asian capital markets and the international corporate governance dialogue.
By Romain Despalins - Pension assets rose to record levels in 2017, exceeding USD 40 trillion in the OECD area for the first time ever, according to Pension Markets in Focus.
in the run-up to the 2018 International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen, the OECD, TI, the Open Government Partnership and Denmark, join together to remind us that it is only through a world free of corruption that we can strive for peace and security for all.
Governments count on their Investment Promotion Agencies (IPAs) to attract international investment but relatively little is known about how they go about this. Alexandre de Crombrugghe shares some of the insights gained during a stocktaking of IPAs in OECD countries.
Kathryn Dovey of the OECD talks to Bill Below about National Contact Points for for Responsible Business Conduct — the unique grievance mechanism created to address and resolve cases of potential non-compliance to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
Julio Bacio Terracino talks with On The Level's Bill Below about the influence of the powerful few—those individuals and organisations that manage to shape political outcomes to favour their narrow interests rather than the public good. This cycle that can only be broken through governance systems that ensure that all voices are heard. Yet, political … Continue reading Influence: Why the powerful few are more powerful than ever
A 100 million AUD 'kangaroo' bond that's allowing the World Bank to take a giant leap in blockchain technology? That's just one of the real-world applications discussed in the second instalment of our two-part series dedicated to the blockchain revolution. Greg Medcraft, who leads the OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, talks to Bill Below … Continue reading The Blockchain Revolution, The Power of Positive Disruption, Part II
With citizens, communities and politicians increasingly questioning the benefits of globalisation and the multilateral trading system, the OECD's Greg Medcraft looks at what we can do to ensure foreign infrastructure investment is high quality, sustainable and works for all, with particular reference to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Richard Hughes, Director of Fiscal Policy at HM Treasury, talks about the UK's ground-breaking report on fiscal risks.