Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development

The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development is an international body established in 1961 currently containing 35 member countries. The institution was designed to promote economic growth and development globally, however, its expansion led to involvement in sectors across all board. The most notable of these is the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Journal for Economic Studies.

The OECD Journal: Economic Studies is responsible for publishing articles that solely focus in the economic sphere including: applied economics, policy analysis and statistical analysis.

Representative Publications

Kozluk, Tomasz and Zipperer, Vera. “Environmental Policies and Productivity Growth – a Critical Review of Empirical Findings.” OECD Journal: Economic Studies. 29 July 2016. Web.

Maisonneuve, Christine de la and Martins, Joaquim Oliveira. “The Future of Health and Long-Term Care Spending.” OECD Journal: Economic Studies. 29 July 2016. Web.

Amaan, Edmund and Virmani, Swati. “Foreign Direct Investment and Reverse Techonology Spillovers: The Effect on Total Factor Productivity.” OECD Journal: Economic Studies. 29 July 2016. Web.

 

 

 

 

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