By Maria Bas, Lilas Demmou, Guido Franco and Javier Garcia-Bernardo The increase in institutional ownership, accompanied by the shift towards… Read More »Institutional shareholding, common ownership and productivity: a cross-country analysis
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Energy price increases hamper firms’ productivity in the short-term, but could generate positive productivity gains in the medium term.
Digitalisation in Poland requires more investment and upgrading of skills to boost productivity.
Raising productivity requires more investment, re-and up-skilling to facilitate worker’s relocation and better use of existing skills to address shortages.
South Africa: Improving productivity and the efficiency of public spending to bolster living standards
OECD Economic Survey of South Africa examines the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on South Africa’s economy and proposes reforms to overcome long-running structural weaknesses and raise living standards.
Stepping up structural reform efforts would be the best way to respond to challenges to reinforce achievements and seize new opportunities.
Improve productivity, social protection and raise more revenues for a sustainable recovery.
By Dan Andrews, OECD Economics Department The issue The consequences of the pandemic for potential output will partly hinge on… Read More »COVID-19, Productivity and Reallocation: Hibernation, Not Zombification
Productivity gaps fuel inequalities and a race to win a golden ticket.
A new aggregate measure of human capital: Linking education policies to productivity through PISA and PIAAC scores
By Balázs Égert, Christine de la Maisonneuve and David Turner, OECD Economics Department. While human capital is widely regarded as a key driver… Read More »A new aggregate measure of human capital: Linking education policies to productivity through PISA and PIAAC scores