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  • OECDOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

    Organisation and Content Overview

  • Fast factsEstablished1961Headquarters:ParisOECD Centres:Berlin, Mexico City, Tokyo, WashingtonMembers:34Secretary-General:Angel GurraSecretariat staff:2 500Publications250 new titles/yearAnnual budget:350 million (5 million for Publishing)

    Nearly 300 expert committees and working groups

  • Current Members

  • Key PartnersBrazil

    China

    India

    Indonesia

    South Africa

    Russia

  • More than just numbersSetting global standards, for example:

    OECD Anti-bribery Convention

    OECD Model Tax Convention

    OECD Guidelines for:Corporate GovernanceMulti-national EnterprisesConsumer protection

  • CleanerStrongerFairerCompetitionTrade EducationEmploymentHealthcareMigrationFinanceTax evasionCorruptionFiscal policyEnergyInnovationClimate changeMore than just the economyDevelopment assistancePensionsEntrepreneurshipAgricultureGovernance

  • OECD: A Knowledge Organisation?

  • More than just rich countries

  • More than just rich countries

  • A very big communityNew OECD members: Cile, Estonia, Israele e Slovenia Accession country : Russia Enhanced Engagement with Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, e South Africa34 OECD member countries1 Accession countriesEnhanced Engagement partners

  • OECD PUBLISHING

    Teams and processes

  • OECDGeneral SecretariatExecutive directoratePublic Affairs and Communications DrectorateDepartmentsDirectorate for EducationEconomics DirectorateDevelopment Co-operation DirectorateDirectorate for Employment, Labour and Social affairsTrade and Agriculture directorateEnvironment Directorate, etc, etcSpecial bodiesDevelopment centreInternational Energy Agency, etc , etc

    OECD Structure

  • *What does OECD publish?

  • Your resource to the world economywww.oecd-ilibrary.org

  • Launch July 2010 Content back to 1998 Data back to 1960 17 Thematic Collections 8,890 E-books and 32,630 Chapters 3,450 Journal Issues 4,020 Working Papers 2,240 Key Tables 290 Datasets 5 billion Data Points

    OECD iLibrary facts & figures

  • OECD iLibrary who is for? Universities and research organisations BusinessesGovernment and parliamentsNon-governmental organisationsThink tanksLibraries Worldwide anyone interested in today economic and social issues

  • THANKS

    Any Questions?

    **34 member countries span the globe, from North and South America to Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. They include many of the worlds most advanced countries but also emerging countries like Mexico, Chile and Turkey. *Enhance Engagement Countries - 6*The ultimate objective is to raise the standards of living for citizens in member countries and around the world.*OECD goal continues to be to build a stronger, cleaner, fairer world.

    Education (and PISA)Development Assistance (as they were not aware of our work in this field)**In addition we recognize the changing balance in the world economy and work very closely with the worlds emerging major economic actors.

    [CLICK] OECD membership alone accounts for close to 2/3 of the global economy, and with our close partners, we cover almost 80% of the worlds GDP.

    Our reach goes further still through various programmes, such as:65 countries participating in PISA (the Programme for International Student Assessment ), covering 90% of world GDP97 countries participating in the Global Forum on Tax Transparency, covering almost 100% of the global economy*In addition we recognize the changing balance in the world economy and work very closely with the worlds emerging major economic actors.

    [CLICK] OECD membership alone accounts for close to 2/3 of the global economy, and with our close partners, we cover almost 80% of the worlds GDP.

    Our reach goes further still through various programmes, such as:65 countries participating in PISA (the Programme for International Student Assessment ), covering 90% of world GDP97 countries participating in the Global Forum on Tax Transparency, covering almost 100% of the global economy*Quantum leap: G20, G8

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