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OESO optimistisch over Nederlandse economie

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De presentatie van de Outlook vond plaats tijdens de Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM) van de OESO. Onder voorzitterschap van Nederland, vergaderen de ministers van landen en partnerlanden van de OESO vandaag en morgen in Parijs over het bevorderen van investeringen voor duurzame groei. Minister Kamp: “Deze positieve cijfers laten wederom zien dat de economische groei aanhoudt en dat we de stijgende lijn vasthouden. Nederland zit weer tegen de voorhoede aan als het gaat om economische groei en de verwachtingen zijn positiever dan voorheen. H... Lees Meer »

OESO: Werkgelegenheidssituatie, derde kwartaal 2014

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In the third quarter of 2014, the employment rate increased by 0.1 percentage point in the Euro area (to 64.0%), the fourth consecutive increase, with the largest rises in Portugal (up 0.6 percentage point to 63.0%), Greece (up 0.5 percentage point to 49.7%), Ireland (up 0.5 percentage point to 61.9%), the Slovak Republic (up 0.3 percentage point to 61.0%), Germany (up 0.3 percentage point to 74.0%) and the Netherlands (up 0.3 percentage point to 73.9%). The employment rate also rose in Japan (up 0.2 percentage point to 72.8%, the tenth cons... Lees Meer »

Succes van onderwijshervormingen bedreigd door gebrek aan overzicht, zegt de OESO

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Education Policy Outlook 2015: Making Reforms Happen finds that once new policies are adopted, there is little follow-up. Only around one in 10 of the 450 different reforms put in place between 2008 and 2014 were evaluated for their impact by governments between their launch and the publication of this report. Measuring policy impact more rigorously and consistently will prove more cost-effective in the long-run, says the OECD. It will also ensure that future reforms are built on policies proven to work over a timeframe independent of politi... Lees Meer »

Betere beroepsopleiding zou vaardigheden en werkgelegenheid stimuleren, zegt OESO

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Professional education and training* qualifications Percentage of adults aged 20-45 who have short-cycle postsecondary vocational education and training as their highest qualification Skills Beyond School: Synthesis Report says that most basic vocational courses cannot teach the higher level skills needed in an increasing number of jobs in fast-growing sectors, such as healthcare technicians and junior managers. In the United States, for example, it is estimated that one third of all vacancies by 2018 will call for some post-secondary ... Lees Meer »

Vrouwen nog steeds worstelen in de arbeidsmarkt in Azië-Pacific, zegt OESO

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Labour force projections, selected countries, 2012-40 Projected number of persons aged 15-64 in the labour force, thousands Society at a Glance : Asia Pacific 2014 says that educational attainment and participation among women continue to improve in the region and have helped drive economic growth. But women are still more likely to earn less than men and in insecure jobs, less likely to advance in their career and do more unpaid work. Although there is large variation across the Asia Pacific region, countries like Japan, Korea and Singapo... Lees Meer »

Zwitserland moet ouderen stimuleren om langer te werken, zegt de OESO

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Working Better with Age in Switzerland (in French) says that Switzerland has one of the highest employment rates for older workers in the OECD. In 2012, 70.5% of Swiss aged 55-64 were in work, well above the OECD average of 54%. Switzerland’s exceptionally strong performance is attributable to the high proportion of men and university graduates in this age group that are working (respectively 79.5% and 85%). But this rate is much lower for women (61.5%), particularly if they are non-graduates (49%). In addition, once older workers lose their... Lees Meer »

OESO: Inzicht in de nationale rekeningen – laatste editie nu uit

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The latest edition of the book also shows that beyond the traditional objective of measuring economic growth and GDP, national accounts can be a rich underlying source for tracking people’s material well-being. When used in parallel with new data on trade in value-added, core national accounts can help us understand the interconnectedness of our economies, the book says. Understanding National Accounts is divided into the following chapters: The essential macroeconomic aggregates: Defining GDP Distinguishing between volume and price... Lees Meer »

De heer François Hollande, president van de Franse Republiek, ontmoet de hoofden van de internationale economische organisaties bij de OESO – Parijs, Château de la Muette, 17 oktober 2014

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Hosted by the OECD Secretary-General, Angel Gurría, the top officials of the International Monetary Fund (Managing Director Christine Lagarde), the World Bank Group (President Jim Yong Kim), the World Trade Organization (Director-General M. Roberto Azevêdo) and the International Labour Organisation (Director-General Guy Ryder) will meet with the President and his Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Finance, Economy and Employment and with his Secretary of State for Trade. They will share views on the global economic outlook as well as the European... Lees Meer »

OESO: Hoe was het leven? toont op lange termijn vooruitgang op cruciale terreinen van welzijn

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How Was Life? Global Well-Being since 1820 shows that, with the exception of sub-Saharan Africa, countries have generally become more equal to each other in terms of well-being than in terms of per capita GDP – particularly in recent decades. The study presents for the first time systematic evidence of trends in areas such as health, education, inequality, the environment and personal security over the past 200 years. By bringing together long-term, historical data, the study makes an important contribution to key questions on the extent ... Lees Meer »

OESO versterkt relatie met Oekraïne

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Announced today in Paris, the MOU seeks to tap OECD expertise to help implement economic and social reforms in Ukraine. It focuses on at least nine areas of collaboration: anti-corruption, public governance and administration, regulation of selected economic sectors, ensuring a level playing field for businesses, sector competitiveness, corporate governance of state-owned enterprises, collection of taxes and tax administration issues, multi-dimensional development, as well as collection, processing and dissemination of statistics. “Ukraine i... Lees Meer »

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