OECD

Brazil Mulls Nuclear Agency As Stepping Stone To Oecd Membership

Brazil is considering joining the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), a specialized agency within the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which could serve as a stepping stone to joining the rich-nations club, its head said.NEA...
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The Changing Nature Of Fdi

by Joseph Joyce The Changing Nature of FDI The OECD has published its data on flows of foreign direct investment (FDI) for the first half of 2019. They reveal how multinational firms are responding to the slowdown in global trade and the...

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Ton: Why China Might Crush America In The Trade War

Dennis P. Halpin Economics, Asia Bad news. Key point: Beijing is targeting American farmers in order to undermine their support for the trade war. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reported on September 19 that...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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My Recent Talk At Oecd

It covers privacy, Facebook, security vs. competition, Huawei, the proposed digital tax, and recent OECD corporate tax proposals.  Here is the video. The post My recent talk at OECD appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Huawei, Taxes, Business Videos

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You Don’t Want To Work Abroad In These Wealthy Countries

Global migration has increased sharply in recent years. In the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) — a group of 36 of some of the richest and healthiest countries in...

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Oecd Tax Reform Proposal Could Be Better

By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame SundaramSYDNEY and KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 2019 (IPS) The OECD Secretariat published its proposed ‘unified approach’ to reform international tax rules to address tax challenges posed by digitalization on 9 October...
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On The Road For Nobel Day

Apologies readers, but I’ll be speaking at OECD in Paris exactly when the Nobel Prize for economics is announced.  I do believe Alex plans coverage, but for catching this topic I will have to wait until next year… In the meantime, if...
Related topics: Nobel Prize, France, Paris

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U.s. Taxes Are Progressive

Here is the opener, by the excellent David Splinter: U.S. federal taxes are progressive, as shown by Congressional Budget Office and Tax Policy Center estimates, with average tax rates increasing with income. In fact, the OECD (2011) estimated that...
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The Countries With The Best (and Worst) Work-life Balance

The Countries With The Best (And Worst) Work-Life Balance Colombians are among those struggling most with their work-life balance, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Mexicans' lives aren't...

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Oecd Slashes Global Growth Outlook, Warns Germany Already In Recession

OECD Slashes Global Growth Outlook, Warns Germany Already In Recession In one of the most downbeat forecasts on the global economy that we've seen so far this year, the Paris-based organization of wealthy nations known as the OECD - the...
Related topics: Germany, France, Paris

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Macro Briefing | 19 September 2019

Fed cuts rates by 1/4 point, drawing criticism from Trump: Politico Fed lost control of key interest rate early this week: CNBC OECD: global growth expected to ease to slowest pace in a decade: WSJ US discussing with Gulf allies possible responses...
Related topics: Fed, Cnbc

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China's Rogue Regime

Authored by David Archibald via American Thinker, It is commonly accepted now that China is using its trade with the United States and other OECD countries to increase the size of its economy, which in turn will allow it to build its military to...
Related topics: China, Military

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Demographic Doom? Germany, Italy, Korea, & Japan Face Workforce Collapse By 2050

Forget the trade war, debt, deflation, automation, and artificial intelligence: one of the most significant threats to the global economy and the future of the world as we know it is demographics. A new OECD report, published by International...
Related topics: Germany, Italy, Japan

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The Uk Is Among Europe's Least Family-friendly Countries

A new analysis of OECD data by UNICEF has revealed the European countries with the most and least family-friendly policies... You will find more infographics at Statista As Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, at the top of the overall ranking,...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Infographics, Sweden

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5 Reasons ‘green Growth’ Won’t Save The Planet

Green growth has emerged as the dominant narrative for tackling contemporary environmental problems. Its supporters, including the likes of the UN, OECD, national governments, businesses and even NGOs, say that sustainability can be achieved...

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Oecd Says Trade Storm Warnings Are Up

The OECD became the latest organization to warn that a U.S. trade war with China could put an anchor on the global economy. The notion that one nation will win with no effect on GDP and that the...
Related topics: China

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History Made: Oecd Adopts First Intergovernmental Standard On Ai Tech

On Wednesday, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a group of 36 member nations collaborating to stimulate economic progress and world trade, released the first intergovernmental standard for artificial intelligence...

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New Report Exposes Jones Act's Flaws

Evidence of the Jones Act’s failures continues to mount. Just weeks after the release of an OECD study predicting substantial gains from the law’s repeal, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) has a new report out which places the law’s...

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The Us-china Trade War Is The Biggest Threat To The “fragile” Global Economy, The Oecd Says

“Rather bleak.” That’s the global economy’s outlook, according to Laurence Boone, the chief economist of the Organization for European Cooperation and Development. In a report published today, the Paris-based institution said...
Related topics: China, France, Paris

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Uk Borrowing Surpasses Most Other Countries

The rate at which UK institutions, households and businesses are borrowing money is greater than that of all other OECD countries. This fact is alarming some economists not only because the rate of UK borrowing is high against the country’s...
Related topics: United Kingdom

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