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1733: Strengthening the social safety net in Korea Downloads
Hyunjeong Hwang, Axel Purwin and Jon Pareliussen
1732: Estimating the CO2 emission and revenue effects of carbon pricing: New evidence from a large cross-country dataset Downloads
Filippo Maria D’Arcangelo, Mauro Pisu, Anasuya Raj and Kurt van Dender
1731: Measuring data as an asset: Framework, methods and preliminary estimates Downloads
Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Massimiliano Iommi and Cecilia Jona-Lasinio
1730: Does faster internet increase exports? Evidence from New Zealand Downloads
Lynda Sanderson, Garrick Wright-McNaughton and Naomitsu Yashiro
1729: Quantifying the macroeconomic impact of COVID-19-related school closures through the human capital channel Downloads
Christine de la Maisonneuve, Balázs Égert and David Turner
1728: Determinants of and barriers to people’s financial inclusion in Mexico Downloads
Steven Cassimon, Alessandro Maravalle, Alberto González Pandiella and Lou Turroques
1727: Improving skills and employment opportunities in Tunisia Downloads
Robert Grundke and Steven Cassimon
1726: Digitalising the economy in Slovenia Downloads
Lucia Russo, Jens-Christian Høj and Martin Borowiecki
1725: Anti-corruption and public integrity strategies - Insights from new OECD indicators Downloads
Zuzana Smidova, Agnès Cavaciuti and Jesper Johnsøn
1724: Measuring and assessing the effects of climate policy uncertainty Downloads
Clara Berestycki, Stefano Carattini, Antoine Dechezleprêtre and Tobias Kruse
1723: The value of data in digital-based business models: Measurement and economic policy implications Downloads
Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel, Massimiliano Iommi and Cecilia Jona-Lasinio
1722: Improving economic opportunities for all in Belgium Downloads
Nicolas Gonne
1721: The post-COVID-19 rise in labour shortages Downloads
Orsetta Causa, Michael Abendschein, Nhung Luu, Emilia Soldani and Chiara Soriolo
1720: Fostering a strong labour market to support the recovery and sustain growth in Switzerland Downloads
Veronique Salins and Urban Sila
1719: Mastering the transition: A synthetic literature review of trade adaptation policies Downloads
Robert Grundke and Jens Matthias Arnold
1718: The effect of structural reforms: Do they differ between GDP and adjusted household disposable income? Downloads
Jarmila Botev, Balázs Égert and David Turner
1717: Expanding access to finance to boost growth and reduce inequalities in Mexico Downloads
Alessandro Maravalle and Alberto González Pandiella
1716: Reaping efficiency gains through product market reforms in China Downloads
Margit Molnar
1715: Filling in the gaps: Expanding social protection in Colombia Downloads
Paula Garda and Jens Matthias Arnold
1714: Fighting climate change: International attitudes toward climate policies Downloads
Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Adrien Fabre, Tobias Kruse, Bluebery Planterose, Ana Sanchez Chico and Stefanie Stantcheva
1713: Changes in the geography housing demand after the onset of COVID-19: First results from large metropolitan areas in 13 OECD countries Downloads
Rudiger Ahrend, Manuel Bétin, Maria Paula Caldas, Boris Cournède, Marcos Diaz Ramirez, Pierre-Alain Pionnier, Daniel Sanchez-Serra, Paolo Veneri and Volker Ziemann
1712: The survival of Latvian products and firms in export markets Downloads
Konstantins Benkovskis, Peter Jarrett, Zeev Krill, Olegs Tkacevs and Naomitsu Yashiro
1711: Making Norway’s housing more affordable and sustainable Downloads
Ben Conigrave and Philip Hemmings
1710: Getting on the job ladder: The policy drivers of hiring transitions Downloads
Orsetta Causa, Michael Abendschein, Nhung Luu and Maria Chiara Cavalleri
1709: A new macroeconomic measure of human capital exploiting PISA and PIAAC: Linking education policies to productivity Downloads
Balázs Égert, Christine de la Maisonneuve and David Turner
1708: The effect of a carbon tax rise on Iceland’s economy Downloads
Hansjörg Blöchliger, Sigurdur Johannesson and Marias Halldor Gestsson
1707: Boosting productivity in New Zealand by unleashing digitalisation Downloads
Naomitsu Yashiro, David Carey and Axel Purwin
1706: Helping the Austrian business sector to cope with new opportunities and challenges in Austria Downloads
Dennis Dlugosch, Michael Abendschein and Eun Jung Kim
1705: Towards net zero emissions in Denmark Downloads
Andrew Barker, Hélène Blake, Filippo Maria D’Arcangelo and Patrick Lenain
1704: Understanding differences in vaccination uptake among OECD countries Downloads
David Turner, Nicolas Woloszko, Thomas Chalaux and Marnix Dek
1703: Measuring environmental policy stringency in OECD countries: An update of the OECD composite EPS indicator Downloads
Tobias Kruse, Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Rudy Saffar and Leo Robert
1702: Restoring the dynamism of Malaysia’s business sector Downloads
Kosuke Suzuki, Zahid Ismail, Wan Fazlin Nadia Wan Osman, Sugumar Saminathan, Mohamad Norjayadi Tamam, Zafrulla Hussein, Suriati Zainal Abidin, Halimahton Sa'diah Let, Mohamad Muzaffar Abdul Hamid, Nurrul Nur Aisyah Hamran, Suhaimi Hamad, Peter Gal, Francesco Losma, Laurence Todd, Eva Tène and Patrick Lenain
1701: Tackling the challenges of population ageing in the Slovak Republic Downloads
Hyunjeong Hwang and Oliver Roehn
1700: Determinants of labour market exit of older workers in the Slovak Republic Downloads
Jakub Fodor, Oliver Roehn and Hyunjeong Hwang
1699: The role of the Australian financial sector in supporting a sustainable and inclusive recovery Downloads
Christine Lewis and Ben Westmore
1698: Trade impacts of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom Downloads
Frank van Tongeren, Christine Arriola, Annabelle Mourougane and Sebastian Benz
1697: Fostering cyclical convergence in the Euro Area Downloads
Filippo Gori
1696: Enhancing regional convergence in the European Union Downloads
Álvaro Pina and Patrizio Sicari
1695: Examining the impact of debt on investment for Austrian non-financial sectors and firms Downloads
Dennis Dlugosch and Selcuk Gul
1694: Constraints and demands on public finances: Considerations of resilient fiscal policy Downloads
Lukasz Rawdanowicz, Sébastien Turban, Jörg Haas, David Crowe and Valentine Millot
1693: Mortgage finance across OECD countries Downloads
Frank van Hoenselaar, Boris Cournède, Federica De Pace and Volker Ziemann
1692: Labour market transitions across OECD countries: Stylised facts Downloads
Orsetta Causa, Nhung Luu and Michael Abendschein
1691: Migration, housing and regional disparities: A gravity model of inter-regional migration with an application to selected OECD countries Downloads
Maria Chiara Cavalleri, Nhung Luu and Orsetta Causa
1690: Strengthening Italy’s public sector effectiveness Downloads
Tim Bulman
1689: Keeping regional inequality in check in Sweden Downloads
Christophe André, Jinwoan Beom, Mathilde Pak and Axel Purwin
1688: Regional differences in productivity in Sweden: Insights from OECD regions Downloads
Christophe André and Mathilde Pak
1687: From hibernation to reallocation: Loan guarantees and their implications for post-COVID-19 productivity Downloads
Lilas Demmou and Guido Franco
1686: Fostering innovation in Iceland for the digital era Downloads
Vassiliki Koutsogeorgopoulou and Eunha Cho
1685: China’s outward direct investment and its impact on the domestic economy Downloads
Margit Molnar, Ting Yan and Yusha Li
1684: Making digital transformation work for all in Chile Downloads
Paula Garda
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