OECD Observer

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This 71st issue of the OECD Observer features articles on new development aid figures, the OECD Economic Outlook for July 1974, noise, pollution control, the impact of a re-operned Suez canal, Ireland's science policy, and four OECD actions.

Table of Contents

-The flow of resources to the developing world: The 1973 record 3
-The mutual enrichment of school and community - along with a few caveats 8
-Actions and strategies for noise abatement - with emphasis on economic incentives 12
-Highlights from OECD Econoimc Outlook, July 1974  15
-The impact on shipping of a re-opened Suez Canal 31
-Towards a more desirable allocation of resources: The case of pollution control 34
-National science policy in Ireland 36
-Four OECD Actions 39
--Guidelines for Control of Pollution
--Further Untying of Aid
--Two Export Credits Resolutions
-At OECD 40
--Three new committee chairmen
--Education and the environment
--The individual and the computer
-New OECD publications 42

 
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