Organisation

OECD Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs

Acronym
ELS

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Briefing paper

Policy brief on the future of work
7 Dec 2018

Labour markets are undergoing major transformations as a result of globalisation, technological and demographic changes. The digital revolution, in particular, is promoting new forms of employment mediated by online platforms. The scale and scope of these changes are hard to assess because conventional labour market...

Report

Report from OECD Affordable Housing Database
21 Feb 2017

This report from the OECD Affordable Housing Database presents comparative data on homelessness levels.

Report

22 Apr 2009

Young people are likely to be hit hard by rising unemployment as the global downturn continues. In Australia, where more young people work than in most OECD countries, the government should encourage more teenagers to stay in school past the age of 16 in order...

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Briefing paper

Policy brief on the future of work
7 Dec 2018

Labour markets are undergoing major transformations as a result of globalisation, technological and demographic changes. The digital revolution, in particular, is promoting new forms of employment mediated by online platforms. The scale and scope of these changes are hard to assess because conventional labour market...

Report

Report from OECD Affordable Housing Database
21 Feb 2017

This report from the OECD Affordable Housing Database presents comparative data on homelessness levels.

Report

9 Nov 2011

The OECD Social Expenditure database (SOCX) was developed to analyse trends in social spending and its composition at the detailed social expenditure programme level. The detailed information in SOCX enables users to verify spending aggregates, regroup spending items for the analysis of selected...

Report

10 Oct 2011

This report investigates the effects of maternal employment on child development. It compares data from countries with different types of work-family policy - Australia, Canada, Denmark, the United Kingdom, and the United States - using data from national birth cohort studies, including the Longitudinal Study...

Report

28 Mar 2011

The theme of this fourth edition of Pensions at a Glance is pensions, retirement and life expectancy. Many countries have increased pension ages in the face of population ageing and longer lives. Some have introduced an automatic link between pensions and life expectancy. Improvements...

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