14 avril 2019

Quel agenda pour la croissance en France ? Présentation de l’étude OCDE France 2019

France StratégieDans cette édition 2019, l’OCDE poursuit son analyse circonstanciée de la trajectoire de croissance française. Elle s’interroge sur les lignes de forces comme sur les points faibles, en se penchant notamment sur l’état du marché du travail et la qualité de l’investissement public au niveau national. Plus..

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08 avril 2019

Reviving Italy’s Growth

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgBy . In Curno, 50 km north east of Milan, is the headquarters of Brembo, the Italian company supplying brakes for Teslas and Ferraris as well as for mass market cars and motorcycles. Founded in 1961, its 255 employees generate over USD 3 billion of revenue from production facilities across 15 countries. More...

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Argentina: Laying the foundations for strong and inclusive growth

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgBy . Over many decades, Argentina’s economy has been held back by weak policy settings and productivity growth has stalled amidst high volatility and recurrent crises. This explains why incomes have fallen behind those in Latin American and other countries over time. More...

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10 mars 2019

Global growth is weakening: coordinating on fiscal and structural policies can revive euro area growth

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgBy . The global expansion is continuing to lose steam, and faster than anticipated a few months ago. Growth in Europe has been particularly disappointing, as trade growth both within the EU and with external partners has stalled. More...

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31 janvier 2019

Australia: economic value continues double-digit growth

By Anton Crace. The value of international education to Australia’s economy has continued its meteoric rise, again surpassing record levels to reach $32.2bn for the 2017 calendar year, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. More...

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30 janvier 2019

Growth “patchy” as Australian ELICOS continues improvement

By Anton Crace. Australia’s ELICOS sector has continued its modest growth for a fifth consecutive year, with the industry reaching several record high marks in 2017. But, while overall the sector grew, a gap between the haves and have-nots is beginning to widen. More...

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16 janvier 2019

Sweden sees growth in Asian students

By Viggo Stacey. The number of international students in higher education in Sweden has continued to rise for the fourth year with a boost in enrolments from Asian students, according to statistics from UKÄ. More...

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EMI courses in Brazil grow to more than 1,000

By Viggo Stacey. A growing number of higher education institutions in Brazil are recognising the importance of offering English as Medium of Instruction courses, as the number of EMI courses rose from 671 in 2016 to over 1,000 in the first semester 2018, according to a new report. More...

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09 janvier 2019

EasyUni sets focus on Indonesia for growth

By Patrick Atack. EasyUni, an online student portal for students across Asia and the Middle East, has announced a new office in Jakarta. It forms part of a continuing strategy for the Malaysian company to take advantage of uneven supply and demand for higher education in south east Asia. More...

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23 décembre 2018

How can public finance reforms boost economic growth and enhance income equality?

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgBy . Most OECD countries have very large government sectors: public expenditure amounts to 43% of economic activity, measured by GDP, on average across OECD countries. This proportion exceeds 50% in four OECD countries. The programmes on which governments spend have thus deep implications for people’swell-being and a country’s economic fortunes. More...

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