By Hidekatsu Asada and Patrick Lenain, South-East Asia Desk, OECD Economics Department Malaysia is enjoying remarkable economic growth. Real GDP… Read More »Stronger productivity growth would put Malaysia on a path to become a high-income economy
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by Nadim Ahmad, OECD Statistics and Data Directorate Labour productivity is a key indicator of economic wellbeing, and raising it… Read More »Statistical insights: Are international productivity gaps as large as we thought?
Rafał Kierzenkowski, Gabriel Machlica and Gabor Fulop, Economics Department. Labour productivity has flatlined since the global financial crisis, which contrasts with… Read More »The UK productivity puzzle through the magnifying glass: A sectoral perspective
By Yosuke Jin and Ben Westmore, Ireland Desk, OECD Economics Department. Irish GDP growth made headlines recently due to enormous… Read More »Unblocking the productivity potential of local businesses in Ireland
Antoine Goujard and Paula Garda, OECD Economics Department, Chile/Colombia desk Chile has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the… Read More »Mind the gaps: boosting productivity and reducing inequality in Chile
by Patrice Ollivaud, Economist, Switzerland Desk, OECD Economics Department Switzerland is among the leaders in many global rankings including on… Read More »Switzerland’s productivity puzzle: Being a leader and an underperformer
by Dan Andrews, Müge Adalet McGowan and Valentine Millot, Productivity Workstream, OECD Economics Department Weak productivity growth is a major problem… Read More »Zombie firms and weak productivity: what role for policy?
by Andrés Fuentes Hutfilter and Naomitsu Yashiro, Latvia Desk, OECD Economics Department Latvia’s economy is growing strongly. Driven by the recovery… Read More »Latvia: time to reboot inclusive productivity growth
by Andrew Barker, New Zealand Desk, OECD Economics Department Productivity growth will be the main driver of global economic growth… Read More »Lifting New Zealand’s game on productivity