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The B&I Portugal Institute Sep 21
‘How fast our priorities may change?’ by
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Prof. Dr. Rainer Lueg 3h
Germany spends less of its GDP on than the average member. Distressing.
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BildungsSpiegel Sep 14
All Hands In: Making Diversity Work for All
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Lukas Lehner 21h
“Avoid the policy mistakes of the previous crisis when fiscal tightening happened pre-maturely and reversed the recovery!”, powerful policy messages by Boone in the latest . 1/..
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CanAge Sep 21
Living, Learning & Earning Longer series continues, brought to you by & the to talk about the benefits of an & will feature our CEO, happening on at 11am ET.
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Sarah Schlott 🇺🇸 Sep 21
The Org for Economic Cooperation & Development has raised its forecast for global economic growth in 2020. The group cautioned that the recovery from the COVID remains uncertain & fragile. expects the world economy to shrink by 4.5% this year before expanding by 5% in 2021.
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John Cosstick Sep 20
Critical post on Fintech Solution for global mortgagestress ? Agree? Pls Rt.
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Bianca Biagi 24h
For a dataset I am building at the moment, I need to discriminate between type of regions ( between urban and rural, peripheral). I am not fully satisfied with the definition of urban-rural (...) given by . Any other classification I can try?
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Matthias Bauer Sep 21
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🇹🇷 Umut Acar Sep 18
According to the , is among the least affected countries from the , along with and . We owe this to our brave and dedicated healthworkers and hardworking manufacturers. Thank you. 👏
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Yuri Kofner 5m
Dear friends, finally, my latest research report is out! It includes input from renowned researchers and policymakers from the , , , , , the , and the Eurasian Economic Commission ().
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OECD Statistics Sep 21
New report by & shows that 58% of active Small & Medium-sized Businesses reported a reduction in sales in July 2020 compared to July 2019, little changed from last month’s report. More 👉
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Mr. Liboreiro Sep 15
The great lockdown: G20 economies plunge a record 6.9% in second quarter of 2020 🇮🇳 -25.2% (steepest) 🇬🇧 -20.4% 🇲🇽 -17.1% 🇫🇷 -13.8% 🇮🇹 -12.8% 🇪🇺 -11.4% 🇨🇦 -11.5% 🇩🇪🇧🇷 -9.7% 🇺🇸 -9.1% 🇯🇵 -7.9% 🇷🇺🇰🇷 -3.2% 🇨🇳+11.5% (after -10% Q1) More info
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OECD Statistics Sep 21
📊Resumption of automotive in North America boosts in July 2020: 🇺🇸 exports ⬆️12.% 🇨🇦 exports⬆️13.6%. More in new Int’l Trade Pulse👉
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UNU-WIDER Sep 19
Do highly corrupt countries trade more or less with one another? Our new investigates the relationship between levels of in a country and in its trading partners. Download it here:
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Hard Report Sep 18
Should or Not Brazil Enter OECD?
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Rotti Sep 16
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Mario Andrade Sep 16
The slump won’t be as sharp as the previously feared
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Daniel Trnka Sep 17
in relation to discussed in the UK Parliament (including a reference to the Best Practice Principles) https://
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Saida Zahidova Sep 21
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