Society at a Glance

Frequency :
Biennal
ISSN :
1999-1290 (en ligne)
ISSN :
1995-3984 (imprimé)
DOI :
10.1787/19991290
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The OECD biennial report providing internationally comparable data on demography and family characteristics, employment and wealth, mobility and housing, health status, social expenditure, subjective well-being, social cohesion, and other social measures. Included are such interesting variables as suicides, child care costs, prisoners, gender wage gaps, poverty and mothers in employment.

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Society at a Glance 2001

Society at a Glance 2001

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Auteur(s):
OCDE
Date de publication :
21 août 2001
Pages :
152
ISBN :
9789264192843 (PDF) ; 9789264186743 (imprimé)
DOI :
10.1787/soc_glance-2001-en

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This new annual publication captures in a nutshell information covering a wide range of social topics, including: fertility rates, asylum seekers and refugees, employment, retirement ages, early childhood education and care, replacement rates, relative poverty, the gender wage gap, social expenditure, potential years of life lost, health infrastructure, suicide, group membership and prisoners.

A Winner of the 2001 Awards for Notable Government Documents conferred by the American Library Association/Library Journal

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Table des matières

PART I. AN INTERPRETIVE GUIDE
-1. What are Social Indicators For?
-2. The Structure of the Indicators
-3. The Use of the Indicators
-4. Description of the Indicators
-5. What You Can Find in this Publication
-PART II. OECD SOCIAL INDICATORS
-National Income
-Fertility Rates
-Old-Age Dependency Ratio
-Foreigners and Foreign-Born Population
-Refugees and Asylum-Seekers
-Divorce Rates
-Lone-Parent Families
-Employment
-Unemployment
-Jobless Youth
-Jobless Households
-Working Mothers
Retirement Ages
-Activation Policies
-Spending on Education
-Early Childhood Education and Care
-Educational Attainment
-Literacy
-Replacement Rates
-Tax Wedge
-Relative Poverty
-Income Inequality
-Low-Paid Employment
-Gender Wage Gap
-Minimum Wages
-Public Social Expenditure
-Private Social Expenditure
-Net Social Expenditure
-Benefit Recipiency
-Life Expectancy
-Infant Mortality
-Potential Years of Life Lost
-Disability-Free Life Expectancy
-Accidents
-Older People in Institutions
-Health Care Expenditure
-Strikes
-Drug Use and Related Deaths
-Suicide
-Crime
-Group Membership
-Voting
-Prisoners