New research shows that a shift towards more left-leaning positions in receiving country governments relative to the sending country governments is associated with increased immigration.
A new OECD report written by SPERI’s Michael Jacobs calls on governments to prioritise environmental sustainability, economic resilience, reducing inequality and improving wellbeing
A new report for the OECD written by SPERI’s Michael Jacobs, with research assistance by Merve Sancak, presents an outline of a ‘new economic narrative’.
Earlier this month the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Inclusive Growth hosted the OECD’s first ever global parliamentary conference on […]
SPERI researchers attended the OECD Forum in Paris on Tuesday 5th June to debate and discuss our work on inclusive […]
To prevent another economic crisis, we must address the spread and normalization of indecent work Global capitalism’s promise was to […]
Trade unions can support the integration of migrants and minorities in France and must do so more actively in the […]
Although it trumpets the benefits of a low employment protection rate, the OECD utilises a flawed methodology for measuring employment […]
Developing the sharing economy may be a key step towards building a more inclusive and sustainable future Business leaders, government […]
Misleading portrayals of the OECD understate the importance of this leading international organisation Compared with the attention lavished on annual […]