12 janvier 2017

L'emploi en Nouvelle-Aquitaine


La crise économique a affecté différemment les territoires. En Nouvelle-Aquitaine, les effets sont moindres qu’en France métropolitaine, -0.5% de perte d’emplois contre -0.7%. L’INSEE a publié une analyse sur les écarts en matière d’emploi en région Nouvelle-Aquitaine, entre 2001 et 2013.
Consulter l’analyse
Le rapport du Commissariat général à l'égalité des territoires (CGET) tire des conclusions similaires. La dynamique démographique détermine la création d’emplois.
Consulter la synthèse du rapport. Voir l'article...

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Blended Finance: Critical steps to ensure success of the Sustainable Development Goals

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Informal is normal in Latin America: taxes matter

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The Walking Dead: Zombie Firms Stifle Economic Recovery Prospects

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgPosted . With the global economy stuck in a low growth trap, it is crucial to understand the factors behind the weak recovery in potential output growth, and particularly the barriers to productivity growth. New research shows that this dynamic can be partly understood in terms of the increasing survival of zombie firms – i.e. those firms that would typically exit in a competitive market but are being kept alive by creditors or policy weakness. More...

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Does growth lead to inequality? It depends.

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Mexico’s reforms are paying off, but there is much left to do

https://oecdecoscope.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/cropped-blog-clouds.jpgPosted . The overall economic and social situation has improved in recent years, but important challenges remain, such as high levels of poverty, extensive informality, low female participation rates, insufficient educational achievement, financial exclusion, weak rule of law, and persistent levels of corruption and crime. More...

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Structural reforms can be inclusive; it all depends on the details

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From economic crisis to crisis in economics

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What is key for the OECD in 2017? An open economy perspective

How can we get out of this low-growth trap? Now that extraordinary accommodative monetary policy has reached its limits, the OECD recommends a more balanced policy set with a much stronger role for collective fiscal action and for more inclusive structural and trade policies. More...

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