The OECD in facts and figures 2014
With more than 100 indicators, the statistical yearbook of the OECD covers a wide range of topics and provides clearly structured information on: labor market, population, education, energy, development aid, research and development, health, trade, industry, information and communication technologies, agriculture , macroeconomic trends, public spending, taxes or the environment.
Education at a Glance 2014: OECD Indicators
The report provides an overview of the education systems in the 34 countries of the OECD and a number of partner countries. More than 150 indicators enable an international comparison with regard to educational participation and course, the financing of education and the organization of schools.
OECD Economic Reports: Germany 2014
The present report deals with possible reforms in Germany in the tax system, in the service and financial sector as well as in the education and labor market.
OECD economic outlook
In its economic outlook, the OECD analyzes the main economic trends and the prospects for the next two years twice a year. The outlook provides a coherent set of projections on macroeconomic output, employment, price developments, budget balances and current accounts for OECD member countries as well as selected non-member countries.
Profit reduction and profit shifting - description of the situation and possible solutions
Some internationally operating companies only pay 5% corporate tax through clever tricks, whereas less large companies pay 30%. The study analyzes how multinational corporations are undermining tax bases and shifting profits.
Gender Equality - Time to Act
Many countries around the world have made significant strides in promoting gender equality in education over the past few decades. But that is only half the way: women still earn less than men, they are less likely to reach the top of the career ladder, and they are at greater risk of spending the last few years of their lives in poverty.
PISA 2012 results: What students know and can do (Volume 1, main report)
The first of six volumes in which the results of PISA 2012 are presented. He first looks at the mathematics performance of students in PISA 2012 and examines how these performance have changed compared to previous PISA surveys.
PISA 2012 Results: Excellence through Equal Opportunities (Volume 2)
The report defines and measures equity in education and analyzes how equity in education has developed from PISA 2003 to PISA 2012 in the various countries.
Post-secondary vocational training in Germany
This study of vocational training in Germany is part of the OECD study on vocational training policy “Learning for the world of work”, which is composed of analysis work and individual country reports that are intended to help the federal states to align their vocational training systems more closely with the needs of the labor market.
Pensions at a glance 2013
The report contains comparative indicators on the pension systems of the OECD countries and large emerging economies such as Argentina, Brazil, India and Russia.
OECD environmental outlook to 2050
The environmental outlook provides analyzes of economic and ecological trends. The projections focus on four areas that will determine the future of our planet: climate change, biodiversity, water, and the environment and health.
OECD Environmental Assessment Reports: Germany 2012
The report is part of a program that tracks the progress that countries are making in meeting their environmental commitments. Germany had previously been audited in 1994 and 2001.
International Migration Outlook 2014
This publication is the 38th report of the Continuous Reporting System on Migration of the OECD. The report provides a general overview of the latest developments in international migration. In addition, he discusses which measures can be used to identify the competencies of immigrants and to use their full potential.
Immigration of foreign workers: Germany
The report deals with the question of whether German migration policy succeeds in meeting the needs of the labor market without impairing development prospects in the countries of origin. It focuses on managed labor migration, i.e. immigration that is subject to direct political control.
Integration of Immigrants: OECD Indicators 2012
The study brings together a wide range of indicators from education, health, housing, income and employment relationships, on the basis of which it shows the strengths and challenges of individual OECD countries in dealing with migrants and their children.
The Missing Entrepreneurs: Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship in Europe
The publication collects information and statistics on entrepreneurial activities in Europe. The focus is on those who are most at risk of social exclusion: young people, the elderly, women, ethnic minorities, migrants, the disabled and the unemployed.
Better skills, better jobs, better lives
The “Skills Strategy” of the OECD creates a framework that enables countries to analyze their strengths and weaknesses and shows individual ways of developing the skills of young people and adults and bringing them into harmony with the needs of the labor market.
More inequality despite growth?
The report contains a wealth of analyzes on the distribution of economic resources in the OECD countries. It describes inequalities in a number of areas (such as household wealth, consumption habits, public benefits in kind) that traditional discussions about the distribution of economic resources tend to ignore.
The Globalization of the Economy: Origins and Effects
The report examines the importance of the increasing interconnectedness of markets and economies for all of us and tries to assess how globalization will develop in the light of recent events.
OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations
Much of the global trade in goods and services takes place within multinational corporations. How are transactions within a company across national borders treated for tax purposes and how can double taxation be prevented? The transfer pricing guidelines are an internationally recognized basis for evaluating cross-border transactions within companies.
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
Alongside the ILO core labor standards and the UN Global Compact, the OECD guidelines are the most important instrument for promoting responsible corporate management worldwide. For companies, they offer a code of conduct for foreign investments and for cooperation with foreign suppliers. They describe what is expected of companies in their global activities in dealing with trade unions, in environmental protection, in the fight against corruption or in safeguarding consumer interests.
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