OECD Economic Studies

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Frequency :
Semiannual
ISSN :
1609-7491 (online)
ISSN :
0255-0822 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/16097491
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OECD Economic Studies is the twice-yearly journal of the OECD Economics Department. It features articles in the area of applied macroeconomics and statistical analysis, generally with an international or cross-country dimension. Articles are derived from work of the Organization’s intergovernmental committees, including areas of work outside the Economics Department’s focus. Now published as a part of the OECD Journal.

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Publication Date :
02 Feb 2000
DOI :
10.1787/eco_studies-v2000-1-en
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OECD Economic Studies is the twice-yearly journal of the Economics Department of the OECD. It features articles in the area of applied macroeconomics and statistical analysis, generally with an international or cross-country dimension. This edition features articles on poverty dynamics in six countries; determinant of health outcomes; what works among active labour market policies; estimating prudent budgetary margins; health improvements vs. population ageing; and revisiting real social spending.

Table of Contents

-Poverty Dynamics in Six OECD Countries by Howard Oxley, Thai-Thanh Dang and Pablo Antolin
-Determinants of Health Outcomes in Industrialised Countries: A Pooled, Cross-Country, Time-Series Analysis by Zeynep Or
-What Works Among Active Labour Market Policies: Evidence from OECD Countries' Experiences by John P. Martin
-Estimating Prudent Budgetary Margins for EU Countries: A Simulated Svar Model Approach by Thomas Dalsgaard and Alain de Serres
-Is the Health of Older Persons in OECD Countries Improving Fast Enough to Compensate for Population Ageing? by S. Jacobzone, Emmanuelle Cambois and Jean-Marie Robine
-Revisiting Real Social Spending Across Countries: A Brief Note by Willem Adema