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Labor market discrimination is very difficult to pinpoint, even more difficult to measure and almost impossible to “prove”. This paper reviews the literature and makes two main contributions: first, it builds a four-fold typology to think about discrimination — overt or covert; conscious or...
The global financial crisis highlighted the importance of strengthening the resilience of our economies to adverse shocks. In this paper, we take stock of studies carried out primarily within, but also outside the OECD, to better understand the role of macroeconomic and structural policies in...
The early industrialization process in developed countries took place under flexible frameworks of intellectual property (IP) protection. Those countries, however, proposed and obtained in trade negotiations the adoption of an international IP regime that expanded and strengthened such...
This paper adds new empirical evidence to the recent literature about the ways countries develop strong productive capacities by analyzing the patterns of export diversification across different levels of manufacturing content. In addition to the measures commonly used to study diversification,...
Fiscal reporting is intended to warn of fiscal crises while there is still time to prevent them. The financial crisis thus seems to reveal a failure of fiscal reporting: Before the crisis, even government reports on fiscal risk typically did not mention banks as a possible source of fiscal...
Using data on sectoral value added and purchasing power parity converter, we are able to estimate the home country’s industrial-service (quasi-) relative-relative total factor productivity (TFP) against the United States. Applying those estimates, our econometric exercises provide robust results...
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