Latest OECD News

Still no credible plan to tackle teacher shortage crisis
Further action on gender responsive budgeting will help drive equity
To lock out foot-and-mouth disease, Australia must help our neighbour countries bolster their biosecurity
Composite Leading Indicators , OECD, August 2022
Australia will remain world’s dirty car magnet if sub-par standards win out
Growth and economic well-being: First quarter 2022, OECD
Public consultation begins on Multinational Tax Integrity and Transparency
Young people ask for help only once
United Kingdom: Accelerate structural reforms to keep recovery on track
How to fix Australia’s broken NHMRC medical research funding system
Unemployment remains low and wages rise despite volatile global environment
Women are turning tide on climate policy worldwide, and may launch a new era for Australia
Hydrogen production policy critical to net-zero-emissions
Childcare Review & Strike Require Systemic Solutions: Research Report
Money talks: Funding fuels gender inequity in STEMM leadership
Statement by OECD Secretary-General on climate finance trends to 2020
More ambition needed from asset managers on fundamental labour rights
Opinion piece: Taking action to stop tax treaty shopping
Switzerland should urgently take concrete steps to adopt key legislative reforms
Nature in crisis: State of Environment reveals urgent need for action
Governments seen as reliable post-pandemic but giving citizens greater voice is critical to strengthening trust, says OECD
Composite Leading Indicators , OECD, July 2022
International tax reform: Multilateral Convention to implement Pillar One on track for delivery by mid-2023
Weather extremes to change future farming
Global evaluation: International Covid response fell short in upholding refugee rights
Future of Work, Good Work & Low Wages
AIHW releases 2022 report card on health of Australians
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated 6 July
We have best of health care services, but are patients finding care they need?
Crown accounts reflect Government’s balanced fiscal management
Slovenia: accelerate structural reforms to keep recovery on track
Agricultural Visa would help us feed world
Labour and skills crunch worsens
Heads of OECD and FAO emphasise importance of peace and transforming our agrifood systems for guaranteeing access to food
Estonia: focus on structural reforms will underpin and boost recovery
Industry 4.0 TestLab for Charles Darwin University
Free undergraduate education to save universities and jobs: report 17 June
Renewed National Cabinet focus will benefit business
ACCC product safety priorities announced at National Consumer Congress
$7.9 billion wage hike will hurt small business
G20 GDP Growth – First quarter of 2022, OECD
Composite Leading Indicators , OECD, June 2022
OECD 2022 Ministerial Statement and outcomes
OECD undertakes leading report on outcomes of trade for New Zealand women
BusinessNZ complaint to ILO on Fair Pay Agreements fails
Trade Minister to attend WTO meetings
Pursuing Australia’s trade priorities on global stage
Coles Group ranked number one for recruitment of people with disabilities