This 2007 edition of OECD's periodic economic survey of the British economy finds that the UK has embraced globalisation and has been rewarded with strong growth and performance, but that the near-term outlook is more uncertain, given recent financial market turbulence. Among other issues, it looks at key challenges including globalisation, raising educational achievement, improving work prospects for the least skilled, the productivity gap, and tax competition.Click to Access:
- 27 Sep 2007
Table 3.7 – Take-home pay for a minimum wage earner: selected OECD
Take-home pay for a minimum wage earner: selected OECD appears in OECD Economic Surveys: United Kingdom.