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What is The OECD?

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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “OECD” OECD is the common name for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is a unique forum where the governments of 34 democracies with market economies work with each other, as well as with more than 70 non-member economies to promote economic growth, prosperity, and sustainable development. The OECD provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems. We work with governments to understand what drives economic, social and environmental change. The organization measures productivity and global flows of trade and investment. They analyze and compare data to predict future trends. The OECD sets international standards on a wide range of things, from agriculture and tax to the safety of chemicals. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development celebrated its 50th anniversary, but its roots go back to the rubble of Europe after World War II. Determined to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors in the wake of World War I, European leaders realized that the best way to ensure lasting peace was to encourage co-operation and reconstruction, rather than punish the defeated. The OEEC was established in 1947 to run the US-financed Marshall Plan for reconstruction of a continent ravaged by war. By making individual governments recognize the interdependence of their economies, it paved the way for a new era of cooperation that was to change the face of Europe. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy

Confronting the Crisis: OECD Economic Outlook November 2022

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Video also available in French: 🤍 The global economy is expected to slow further in the coming year, as the massive and historic energy shock triggered by Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine continues to spur inflationary pressures, sapping confidence and household purchasing power and increasing risks worldwide, according to the OECD’s latest Economic Outlook. The Outlook highlights the unusually imbalanced and fragile prospects for the global economy over the next two years. Growth in 2023 is strongly dependent on the major Asian emerging market economies, who will account for close to three-quarters of global GDP growth next year, with the United States and Europe decelerating sharply. Persistent inflation, high energy prices, weak real household income growth, falling confidence and tighter financial conditions are all expected to curtail growth over the coming two years. Growth may be weaker than projected if energy prices rise further, or if energy supply disruptions affect gas and electricity markets in Europe and Asia. Governments should deploy both short- and medium-term policy actions to confront the crisis and build the foundations for a stronger and more sustainable recovery. Learn more: 🤍 ABOUT THE OECD The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To learn more about the OECD, how we shape better policies for better lives, our global reach, and how to join us, go to 🤍 And to keep up with latest at the OECD, visit 🤍 #oecd #economicoutlook

OECD gives sobering forecast for world economy | DW News

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The Organisaton for Economic Cooperation and Development says world economic growth will slow sharply from a modest 3.1 percent this year to only 2.2 percent next year. It blames high inflation and warns of "serious headwinds", including rising interest rates, surging energy prices and Russia's war on Ukraine. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Inflation #Energy #WarInUkraine

The Marshall Plan & OECD Explained in One Minute: Dates/History, Countries, Figures and Objectives

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By understanding what the Marshall Plan as well as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development or OECD are, you ultimately understand what happened to Europe and ultimately the world after World War II. Without the Marshall Plan or without the OECD, things would have looked a lot different, at the very least across Europe. The implementation of the Marshall Plan as well as the emergence of the OEEC and later OECD made it clear that visionaries such as George Marshall wanted to create a framework for peace and prosperity. Was the Marshall Plan perfect? No. Was the OEEC perfect? Nope. Is the OECD perfect? Of course not. But at the end of the day, they make it clear that humanity is... well, trying. That definitely counts for something. Please like, comment and subscribe if you've enjoyed this video. To support the channel, give me a minute (see what I did there?) of your time by visiting OneMinuteEconomics.com and reading my message. Bitcoin donations can be sent to 1AFYgM8Cmiiu5HjcXaP5aS1fEBJ5n3VDck and PayPal donations to oneminuteeconomics🤍gmail.com, any and all support is greatly appreciated! Oh and I've also started playing around with Patreon, my link is: 🤍 Interested in reading a good book? My first book, Wealth Management 2.0 (through which I do my best to help people manage their wealth properly, whether we're talking about someone who has a huge amount of money at his disposal or someone who is still living paycheck to paycheck), can be bought using the links below: Amazon - 🤍 Barnes & Noble - 🤍 iBooks (Apple) - 🤍 Kobo - 🤍 My second book, the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller The Age of Anomaly (through which I help people prepare for financial calamities and become more financially resilient in general), can be bought using the links below. Amazon - 🤍 Barnes & Noble - 🤍 iBooks (Apple) - 🤍 Kobo - 🤍 Last but not least, if you'd like to follow me on social media, use one of the links below: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Insights into the Economics Department of the OECD

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Considering applying to the OECD Economics Department? This video with insight from our staff should be of interest.

Looking to 2060: A global vision of future economic growth

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What will the world economy look like after 2050? The balance of economic power is set to shift during the next half century, as fast-growing emerging markets such as China and Brazil account for a larger share of global output and world GDP, while developed countries such as the United States and Japan see their share easing back. These OECD projections, which pre-date the coronavirus pandemic, are not set in stone, and economic reforms to improve performance could alter future world rankings. For more information on the long-term outlook, visit: 🤍 ABOUT THE OECD The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To learn more about the OECD, our global reach, and how to join us, go to 🤍 Keep up with latest at the OECD, visit 🤍 What's your view? Engage with us on social media: 🤍 #oecd #ocde Edited: 15/02/2021

LIVE: OECD presents latest global economic outlook

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OECD Secretary General Mathias Cormann and Acting Chief Economist Alvaro Pereira presents the organization's latest global economic outlook. #OECD #economicoutlook #Live #Reuters #News

The Price of the Russian War in Ukraine — June 2022 OECD Economic Outlook

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine is taking a heavy toll on the global economy. Laurence Boone, OECD Chief Economist, explains the key findings of the OECD Economic Outlook June 2022, that focuses on the impacts of the war. Beyond the humanitarian disaster, the war has far-reaching consequences in today’s connected world. Energy and food prices have soared, leading to a widespread cost-of-living crisis, a risk of famine in the poorest economies, and worsened conditions for the vulnerable sections of society. Arriving on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ukraine crisis has put a spoke in the wheel of recovery from the pandemic, and has set the global economy on a course of lower growth and rising inflation. The OECD’s Economic Outlook projects global GDP growth to decelerate sharply to around 3% this year and 2.8% in 2023. This is well below the recovery projections made in the Economic Outlook in December 2021. As Russia and Ukraine are large commodity exporters, the impact is immediate and pervasive. Soaring prices are making life much harder for people across the world, and even more so in low-income countries. This war has also exposed how energy security is inextricably linked to climate change mitigation, and how imperative it is for governments to shift gears to accelerate the energy transition to a greener future. The world is already paying a hefty price for Russia’s aggression. Choices made by policymakers and citizens will be crucial to determining how that price will be distributed across governments, firms, and people. Learn more: 🤍 ABOUT THE OECD The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To learn more about the OECD, how we shape better policies for better lives, our global reach, and how to join us, go to 🤍 And to keep up with latest at the OECD, visit 🤍 #oecd #economicoutlook

OECD Sees Global Economy Jolted by War in Ukraine

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The OECD says the global economy will expand just 2.2% in 2023, as it cuts almost all growth forecasts for the Group of 20 next year while anticipating further interest-rate hikes as well. OECD Acting Chief Economist Alvaro Pereira expands on the forecast on "Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition."

OECD Future of Education and Skills 2030: The new “normal” in education

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Today’s innovations often become tomorrow’s commonplace. The OECD Future of Education and Skills 2030 project has observed some innovative features of education systems that are just emerging but that may become the “new normal” in tomorrow’s education systems. To find out more, visit 🤍oecd.org/education/2030-project/

The OECD Internship Programme - Open All Year Long

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The OECD Internship Programme is designed to bring highly qualified and motivated students from diverse international backgrounds into the Organisation. Its main goal is to give successful candidates the opportunity to improve their analytical and technical skills in an international environment. The OECD welcomes approximately 500 interns per year. Duration The duration of the internship is for a period between one to six months (renewable for another 6 months up to a total of twelve months), on a full-time basis (40 hours/week). The OECD encourages potential interns to stay for six months in order to gain the best possible insight into work at the OECD. A contribution to living expenses of around 700 euros per full month worked is granted to interns by the OECD. Who can apply, and when? The Internship Programme is open all year long on an on-going basis to full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students. The internships are primarily allocated to OECD member countries nationals; however, they are also open to non-OECD Member country nationals for specific programmes and projects across OECD affiliated bodies and agencies (e.g., International Tax Forum, ITF, NEA, IEA). Locations The majority of internships are at the OECD offices in Paris, France, but depending on requirements, some can take place in our regional offices: Berlin, Germany; Mexico City, Mexico; Tokyo, Japan; and Washington DC. USA. What do OECD interns do? Successful candidates will carry out research and provide support to Policy Analysts in one of the following areas (please note that the list is non-exhaustive): • Artificial Intelligence • Bribery and corruption • Climate • Competition • Corporate Governance • Development • Digitalisation • Economy • Education and Skills • Employment • Energy • Environment • Finance • Gender and Diversity • Health • Inclusive Growth • Industry, Innovation and Entrepreneurship • Insurance and Pensions • International Migration • Investment • Public Governance • Regional Development • Regulatory Reform • Science and Technology • Statistics • Tax • Tourism • Trade and Agriculture • Transport For internships in the corporate functions, successful candidates will be involved in one of the following areas: • Audit • Communications, Media & Public Relations • Event Management • Finance, Budget and Accounting • Information Technology • Legal services • Office Administration • Human Resources • Translation Find out more at 🤍 #oecd #ocde #betterlives

OECD – eine der mächtigsten Organisationen der Welt

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Die grossen Wirtschaftsnationen der Welt haben sich am G20-Gipfel getroffen. Eines ihrer zentralen Traktanden: der Kampf gegen die Steueroptimierung durch internationale Konzerne. Im Fokus stehen nicht zuletzt Länder wie Luxemburg und die Schweiz, die vom Steuerwettbewerb stark profitiert haben. «ECO» zeigt, wer in der Schweiz mit der Steueroptimierung viel Geld verdiente und wie die einst harmlose OECD in kurzer Zeit zu einer der mächtigsten Organisationen der Welt aufgestiegen ist. Artikel zum Thema: Ende der Steueroase: Der zweite Anlauf der Schweiz: 🤍 Wo Firmen nichts als Briefkästen sind: 🤍 - 👉 Bei Fragen oder Anregungen könnt ihr uns gerne via Kundendienst SRF kontaktieren. Wir freuen uns auf jedes Feedback: 🤍

All about the OECD

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All about Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ( OECD) - So how did the OECD come about?

OECD public consultation meeting: Pillar One – Amount A (12 September 2022)

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As part of the ongoing work to implement the Two-Pillar Solution to Address the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy, the OECD sought public comments on the draft model rules to implement a new taxing right that will allow market jurisdictions to tax profits from some of the largest multinational enterprises ("Amount A of Pillar One"). This public consultation meeting focused on the key questions identified in the consultation document and issues raised in the written submissions received as part of the consultation process. This event was open to the public and media. Interpretation was provided in English and French. The event was also live streamed and recorded. Visit the event page: 🤍 Regardez en français : 🤍

OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2020 - Addressing the COVID-19 challenge

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Watch the virtual launch of the OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2020 by Deputy Secretary-General Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen and Andrew Wyckoff, OECD Director of Science, Technology and Innovation. Measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have profoundly affected countries’ relationship with digital technologies. Never before has our global dependency on digital technology touched all aspects of society – from education to health. Teleworking, distance learning and e-commerce have surged across the OECD, as has uptake of digital tools in businesses. What can, and should, governments and businesses do to drive a stronger, more inclusive digital future, for the COVID-19 recovery and beyond? This virtual event presents the main findings of the report, highlights the use of digital technologies to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and help keep society functional. High-level experts discuss policies to close new digital divides created by the pandemic, and and offer prospects on the role of digital transformation policies in paving the path to recovery. Welcome Remarks by Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, OECD Deputy Secretary-General Presentation of Main Findings by Andrew Wyckoff, Director, OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation Panel Discussion - Moderator: Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, OECD Deputy Secretary-General, - Speakers: - - CHOI Ki-young, Minister of Ministry of Science and ICT Korea (pre-recorded message) - -JUNG Hee-Kwon, Director-General for the International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Science and ICT Korea - -Paola Pisano, Minister of Technological Innovation and Digitalization, Italy - -Deepak Mishra, Co-Director, World Development Report 2016, Development Economics and Chief Economist, World Bank Learn more: 🤍 #oecd #ocde #digitaleconomy

The OECD - Creating Better Policies for Better Lives, Together

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What does the OECD do? The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively with governments, organisations, and civil society to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To get a glimpse into our 60 year history, watch: 🤍 Learn more at: 🤍 #oecd #ocde #betterlives

OECD’s "How’s Life?" exposes deep divisions in well-being

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How can we accurately measure people’s well-being? ‘How’s Life?’, a report from the OECD, points to the need to overcome deep divisions in our society. Where we were born, our education, our age, our gender, and our income are crucial factors affecting well-being and opportunity. Governments should engage in new ways and bridge deep-rooted divides that impact well-being. For more statistics on people’s well-being in OECD and partner countries, see How’s Life? 2017 at: 🤍 Follow us on social media: 🤍 Edited: 31/03/21

OECD - einfach erklärt!

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• DIE BEWERBUNGSSCHREIBER - BEWERBUNGEN PROFESSIONELL SCHREIBEN LASSEN: 👉 🤍 • UNSEREN KANAL KOSTENLOS ABONNIEREN: 👉 🤍 • UNSER INSTAGRAM KANAL: 👉 🤍 Wir hoffen dir auch in Zukunft mit unseren Erklärvideos weiterhelfen zu können. Vielen Dank! #OECD #Politik #Wirtschaft #Bildung

OECD Tax Talks #19 - Centre for Tax Policy and Administration

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With a number of recent and upcoming developments in the OECD’s international tax agenda, we organised a webinar with experts from the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration who presented an update on our work, in particular on the implementation of the agreement reached last October to reform international tax rules and on upcoming public consultations. This webinar featured a 60-minute presentation, followed by 5 minute Q&A. 00:00:00 Introduction 00:07:40 Pillar One update 00:34:53 Pillar Two update 00:51:59 Other workstreams 00:58:06 Forthcoming 00:59:35 Q&A Visit our website for more details and to access the presentation (PDF): 🤍

OECD Tax and Development Days 2022 (Day 2 Room 1 Session 1): BEPS Inclusive Framework

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Developing Countries and the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS: OECD Report for G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors In 2021, the OECD reported to the G20 on the progress made by developing countries through their participation in the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS since 2016. The report considers the priorities and capacities of developing countries and examines how domestic resource mobilisation efforts could be further supported. This session will discuss the report’s main findings and how the recommendations are being implemented. French and Spanish versions of the replay are available on the dedicated event web page. More information: 🤍

More trouble ahead for the global economy, OECD predicts

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"This is a very, very challenging outlook", said OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann. READ MORE : 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Watch our LIVE here: 🤍 Subscribe to our thematic channels: NoComment: 🤍 Euronews Green: 🤍 Euronews Next: 🤍 Euronews Travel: 🤍 Euronews is available on YouTube in 12 languages: 🤍 #World

Growing up unequally

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People from disadvantaged backgrounds have fewer opportunities to climb the socio-economic ladder. In European OECD countries, children with the greatest socio-economic disadvantage grow up to earn as much as 20% less as adults than those with more favourable childhoods. Across OECD economies, it takes nearly 5 generations for children from low-income families to approach the average income in their country. Unequal opportunities are not only a moral concern, they also undermine economic and social prosperity. For more info please visit: 🤍 #oecd #childhood

OECD Principles on Water Governance

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The OECD Water Governance Principles provide the 12 must-do's for governments to design and implement effective, efficient, and inclusive water policies. To date, they have been endorsed by 170+ stakeholder groups or governments: - 37 OECD Member Countries - 7 Non-Member Countries - 140 Stakeholder Groups Visit our website: 🤍oecd.org/cfe Follow us on Twitter: 🤍OECD_local

OECD high-level event: Shaping a Just Digital Transformation

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Digital transformation is at a tipping point globally, with the divisions between wealthy and developing nations especially stark. The vast majority (96%) of the world’s unconnected people live in developing countries. Digitalisation can also be used to compromise democracy, freedom of speech and human rights. Global co-operation is required to manage the interconnected risks realise rewards. Join us on April 8th to to hear international leaders discuss how policies and practices can unleash the power of digital transformation to drive global recovery and shared prosperity. The findings of the OECD Development Co-operation Report 2021: Shaping a Just Digital Transformation (oe.cd/DCR2021), will inform discussions. The OECD Secretary-General will open a series of panel discussions with policy makers, experts and organisational leaders to discuss how to capitalise on the current opportunity to shape a just digital transformation that supports the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Paris Climate Agreement and other international aims.

OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) | International Organizations

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OECD countries (The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) Headquarters, Objectives, Members & Formation in International organizations learn at NaRvi Academy, What is OECD, definition, full form, acronym, meaning, OECD and India. Topics Discussed: 1. What is OECD 2. Establishment 3. Members 4. Objectives 5. Headquarter 6. Structure 7. Special bodies of the OECD. Website: 🤍 Article to Read: 🤍 Follow Us: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Music: Diamond Eyes - Flutter [NCS Release] #InternationalOrganizationsByNaRvi #oecd

OECD Official Development Assistance (ODA) Statistics: Introducing the grant equivalent

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ODA is defined by the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) as government aid that promotes and specifically targets the economic development and welfare of developing countries. In 2019, the grant equivalent system becomes the standard for measuring ODA. This video explains why and how.

OECD Tax and Development Days 2022 (Day 2 Room 1 Session 3): Two-Pillar Solution

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Supporting implementation of the Two-Pillar Solution to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy The Implementation Plan agreed in conjunction with the Statement on a Two-Pillar Solution to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy promises “bespoke technical assistance to support developing countries in all aspects of implementation”. This session will provide participants with an overview of the plans for this capacity building support including multilateral training, new knowledge resources, bilateral support and the roll out of induction programmes focused on the implementation of Pillar One and Pillar Two. French and Spanish versions of the replay are available on the dedicated event web page. More information: 🤍

OECD Pillar 2: Examples 2022

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This week I go through the first of the OECD Pillar 2 examples from March 2022. As we are used to with Pillar 2, it gets complicated pretty quickly. Want to learn more about International corporate income tax or Transfer pricing? See 🤍

OECD Economic Survey of Korea 2022

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Despite the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the world economy, the South Korean economy is expected to maintain output growth of between 2% and 3% in 2022-23. Achieving sustainable and inclusive growth over the long term requires measures to pursue green growth and address social inequalities. Please join KEI for a discussion with the OECD’s Korea/Sweden Desk team on the current state of the South Korean economy and the options for policymakers to improve the economy in the medium and long term.

OECD at 50: How's Life?

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For 50 years OECD has been promoting better policies for better lives. Because anniversaries are a time to take stock of the present and chart the future, we asked people from many countries what would make their lives better. For more information, visit: 🤍oecd.org/oecdweek #oecd #ocde

OECD’s "How’s Life?" reveals improvements in well-being, but inequalities persist

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Data in the OECD’s How’s Life? 2020 report shows that more people are reporting higher life satisfaction than a few years ago, but inequalities persist, with insecurity, despair and disconnection affecting significant parts of the population. For more statistics on people’s well-being in OECD and partner countries, see How’s Life? 2020 at: 🤍 ABOUT THE OECD The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To learn more about the OECD, our global reach, and how to join us, go to 🤍 Keep up with latest at the OECD, visit 🤍 #oecd #ocde #betterlives

OECD public consultation meeting: Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework and CRS Amendments (23 May 2022)

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The OECD is seeking public input on the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework and Amendments to the Common Reporting Standard. This public consultation meeting focused on the key questions identified in the consultation document and issues raised in the written submissions received as part of the consultation process. 00:00:00-00:10:39 Welcome and introduction 00:10:39-00:16:50 Remarks from the WP10 Business Advisory Group Chair 00:16:50-01:46:13 Panel 1 01:46:13-03:09:17 Panel 2 03:09:17-04:52:20 Panel 3 04:52:20-06:45:43 Panel 4 06:45:43-06:50:22 Concluding remarks Visit the event page: 🤍 Regardez en français : 🤍 #OECDhaveyoursay

OECD public consultation meeting: Implementation Framework of the global minimum tax

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Following the release of the Global Anti-Base Erosion (GloBE) Rules as part of a landmark agreement on a two-pillar solution and the related Commentary, the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS will develop an Implementation Framework to support tax authorities in the implementation and administration of the GloBE Rules. As the first step in this process, the Inclusive Framework invited input from stakeholders on the matters that need to be addressed as part of the Implementation Framework. This public consultation meeting will discuss the input provided and consider the mechanisms to put in place in order to ensure that tax administrations and MNEs can implement and apply the GloBE Rules in a consistent and co-ordinated manner. 00:00:00-00:12:10 Welcome 00:12:10-00:19:07 Overview of comments received 00:19:07-00:50:07 Panel One: Perspectives on implementation priorities 00:50:07-01:31:00 Panel Two: Information reporting and exchange 01:31:00-02:21:00 Panel Three: Simplifications and safe harbours 02:21:00-03:19:47 Panel Four: Co-ordination and Tax Certainty 03:19:47-03:52:42 Q&A session 03:52:42-03:57:13 Closing remarks Visit the event page: 🤍 Regardez en français : 🤍

OECD Tax Q&A Webinar | Multilateral BEPS Convention (MLI)

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On 7 June 2017, over 65 countries signed a ground-breaking multilateral tax convention that will close loopholes in thousands of tax treaties worldwide, reducing opportunities for tax avoidance by multinational enterprises. This webinar discusses some of the key features of the multilateral instrument, and presents the available tools that will facilitate the application of the convention by taxpayers and tax administrations. For more information, visit 🤍

Učenje za prihodnost OECD učni kompas 2030 (prof. dr. Andreas Schleicher, OECD)

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Učenje za prihodnost – OECD učni kompas 2030 (prof. dr. Andreas Schleicher, OECD)

European Parliament & OECD join forces to monitor development of AI (Artificial Intelligence)

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On 2 December 2020, the OECD Global Parliamentary Network’s Group on AI and the European Parliament Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) announced a new partnership to support legislative exchange on Artificial Intelligence policy. The partnership was announced by STOA Panel Chair Eva Kaili, MEP from Greece, and OECD Global Parliamentary Network Chair Anthony Gooch. For more information, visit: 🤍 and 🤍 ABOUT THE OECD The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organisation established in 1960 that works collaboratively to build better policies for better lives. Our goal is to shape policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all. Together with governments, policy makers, policy shapers, and citizens, we work on establishing evidence-based international standards and finding solutions to a range of social, economic and environmental challenges. From improving economic performance and creating jobs to fostering strong education and fighting international tax evasion, we provide a unique forum and knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences, best-practice sharing, and advice on public policies and international standard-setting. To learn more about the OECD, our global reach, and how to join us, go to 🤍 To keep up with latest at the OECD, visit 🤍 #oecd #ocde #betterlives

OECD Recommendation on Consumer Product Safety

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24.02.2021

The Recommendation on Consumer Product Safety, adopted by the OECD Council in July 2020, outlines the key elements that should be at the core of consumer product safety frameworks at domestic and international levels. In this video, policy experts from government authorities, businesses, civil society and the OECD speak about how the Recommendation fills a need for an overarching global policy instrument on product safety that is agile enough to address safety issues arising across a variety of contexts, including from e-commerce, new technologies, and the COVID-19 crisis.

Comparison of Excess Deaths in Australia and Other OECD Countries

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23.11.2022

In this video, we take a look at some OECD data showing us the number of excess deaths by week of occurrence in 2022. For the purposes of this presentation, I’ll just be looking at the data from Australia, Canada, Sweden, the UK, and the United States, although feel free to look up the data for other countries if you wish. The website that we’ll be using is OECD.Stat, which is the official OECD statistics website. First, we’ll need to click on “Health”. Then click on “COVID-19 Health Indicators”. Then we need to click on “Mortality (by week)”. Then finally click on “Excess deaths by week, 2020-2022”. This will show us a table of data with a whole bunch of countries included, but as I said at the start, I’m only wanting to use those five countries that I mentioned previously. So you can simply click on “Customise”, then “Country”, and then select the countries that you wish to include. I’m going to click on the export button, and export the data as an Excel spreadsheet, so that it’s easier to present and to add up numbers and so on. The table shows you the data for each of the countries, Australia, Canada, Sweden, and so on, and the Week number for each week of 2022 so far. Not all countries have released all the data so far, for example, Australia only has up until Week 30, which is up until the end of July. For each country, there are two columns, Excess Deaths as a number, that is, how many extra people died in that week compared to historical averages, and the Percentage Change, again, as compared to historical averages. One thing I wanted to know from this data was how many total extra deaths there have been so far this year, so I just found the sum of each of the columns using Excel. Australia, for example, has almost 19,000 extra deaths this year alone! And that’s only up until the end of July! Canada is similar at 21,000 excess deaths. UK 27,000. The US 349,000, remembering though, that the US has a much larger population at around 332 million which is around 12 or 13 times the population of Australia, but even so, that’s a lot of extra deaths! But the standout, I suppose, is Sweden with only 158 extra deaths in total, a fraction of the other countries, noting that Sweden has a population of around ten-and-a-half million people. So why would that be? Why would Sweden have so few excess deaths? Here’s a comparison of the raw data between Sweden and Australia, noting that Australia has about two-and-a-half times the population. But even so, there’s a huge disparity in excess deaths between the two countries. The excess deaths in Sweden, shown in orange, are relatively stable, in that sometimes they’re positive, sometimes they’re negative, but overall, they’re hovering around the x-axis – the zero mark. Whereas Australia in blue has clearly stayed well above historical averages. Depending on the week, there’s been between 400 and 1000 extra deaths every week this year. I mean, that would be like a jumbo jet falling out of the sky every single week. If we compare the percentage change of excess deaths between Sweden and Australia, which basically takes out the population difference, we can still see that Australia is well above Sweden in terms of excess deaths. They kind of follow the same pattern, but a lot less extra people are dying in Sweden. Let’s add Canada in yellow. It pretty follows the same percentage of extra deaths as Australia, except that by about Week 20, it drops off quite rapidly. Australia though, continues to have significant excess deaths. Let’s add the UK to the mix in green. At the start of the year, it was faring fairly well, but then numbers went a bit crazy in the middle, coming back to some sense of normalcy in the latest reporting period, but who knows how long that will last? And finally, the United States in brown. It seems to be following a similar trend to Australia, although started out with more excess deaths early on in the year, but then dipped below Australia, but seems to have risen in more recent months. Either way, percentage wise, it certainly has more excess deaths than Sweden. Look, we’d have to follow this data over the long term to see how this all plays out, but as I said before, isn’t this worth investigating? Why is the government basically not talking about this? Does anybody know? I suppose it’s just not in their political interests. They have more to lose than to gain. Anyway, that will do us for this video. In a future video, I would like to talk about causes of death with regards to these excess deaths and see how that’s been trending. Talk soon. MUSIC Melancholia by Godmode

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