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Social Issues/Migration/Health

OECD’s research is brought together to help address current social and health challenges building towards an inclusive recovery.
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Assessing the Impact of Russia’s War against Ukraine on Eastern Partner Countries

Russia’s war against Ukraine is causing a humanitarian, social and economic crisis for the Ukrainian people. The consequences of this full-scale military invasion are disrupting the global supply of commodities, sharply increasing food and energy...
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Retaining Talent at All Ages

The deep and rapid changes in the world of work driven by the digital and green transformations as well as population ageing have been associated with greater job instability, with potential costs for companies, workers and society. The unprecedented...
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Artificial intelligence and labour market matching

While still in its infancy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly used in labour market matching, whether by private recruiters, public and private employment services, or online jobs boards and platforms. Applications range from writing job...
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Measuring the joint distribution of household income, consumption and wealth at the micro level

This paper provides an overview of the work of the Expert Group on the Joint Distribution of Income, Consumption and Wealth at Micro Level (EG ICW) set up by Eurostat and the OECD. It discusses the challenges of producing joint income, consumption...
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How to tackle cyberbullying: at school, at home and online

Statistics
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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,...
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