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Misuse of Citizenship and Residency by Investment Programmes

This report highlights how CBI programmes can allow criminals more global mobility and help them hide their identity and criminal activities behind shell companies in other jurisdictions.
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Built Environment through a Well-being Lens

The report explores how the built environment (i.e. housing, transport, infrastructure and urban design/land use) interacts with people’s lives and affects their well-being and its sustainability.

Hard work, privilege or luck? Exploring people’s views of what matters most to get ahead in life

Understanding people’s beliefs of social mobility is key to designing and implementing policy mixes that address structural disparities and garner broad public support. Beliefs in social mobility may help strengthen the social contract; however,...

Working hand in hand? Exploring people’s views of the role of different actors in fighting inequality

Drawing on data from the Opportunities module of the 2022 wave of the OECD Risks that Matter survey, this Policy Insights looks at people’s concerns about inequality and examines their views on the role held by different actors – ranging from public...
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What can low- and middle-income countries learn from PISA?

Since 2000, some 80 countries and economies – including 40 middle-income countries and 4 low-income countries – collaborate every three years to comp…
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Old-age dependency ratio

The old-age to working-age demographic ratio is defined as the number of individuals aged 65 and over per 100 people of working age defined as those at ages 20 to 64. The evolution of old-age to working-age ratios depends on mortality rates,...

OECD Policy Responses to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What are the impacts and consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on our lives and our societies - our healthcare systems, our jobs and education, our businesses, financial markets and economies.

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