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?
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By David Turner and Patrice Ollivaud, OECD Economics Department Assessing the damage from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) is not… Read More »The output cost of the global financial crisis
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
By Annabelle Mourougane, Trade and Agriculture Directorate The United Kingdom is sailing through troubled waters. Like other economies, the country… Read More »Navigating the United Kingdom towards fairer weather
By Alberto González Pandiella, Patrick Lenain, Mauro Pisu and Enes Sunel On 15 May 2020, Costa Rica was invited to… Read More »A Successful Journey: Costa Rica’s Economic Reforms, 2015-2020
By Ben Westmore and Yosuke Jin, Ireland Desk, Economics Department The Irish economy is booming and is expected to continue… Read More »How do you improve the durability of a Celtic Tiger?
by Jarmila Botev, Balázs Égert, Zuzana Smidova, David Turner, OECD Economics Department Human capital is widely regarded as a fundamental… Read More »The human capital paradox: A measurement issue?
by Laurence Boone, OECD Chief Economist The global economy is navigating rough seas. Global GDP growth is strong but has… Read More »Growth has peaked: Challenges in engineering a soft landing
By Mikkel Hermansen, Economics Department More than one fifth of all American workers now need an occupational licence to go… Read More »Occupational licensing in the United States: too much of a good thing?