The Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) promotes the interests of the Netherlands in this intergovernmental organisation and endeavors to link the OECD agenda to the policy debate in the Netherlands.
Call for candidates for the position of Chair of the OECD Working Party on Responsible Business Conduct (WPRBC)
06-04-2018 | 13:03
We would like to share with you the attached announcement for the call for candidates for the position of Chair of the OECD...
Today's launch of the OECD Economic Outlook and Interim Economic Outlook
13-03-2018 | 17:10
The global economic expansion is strengthening, as robust investment growth, an associated rebound in trade and higher...
H.R.H. Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands at the OECD on 7 March 2018
06-03-2018 | 17:54
"A New Perspective on Inclusive Growth: Learning from Children" Organised in the context of The Inclusive Growth Initiative &...
Responsible FDI is no longer optional - by Roel Nieuwenkamp
28-02-2018 | 18:21
The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and its grievance and promotion mechanism—the National Contact Points (NCP)...
Presentation Bart van Ark at the OECD – Lunch Seminar 5 February 2018 – Is the glass of global growth half full or half empty?
05-02-2018 | 00:00
Bart van Ark is Executive Vice President, Chief Economist and CSO at The Conference Board (a global research organization with...
BLOG - How to Build an Evidence Base for Policies on Corporate Responsibility
26-01-2018 | 15:40
Roel Nieuwenkamp, Chair of the OECD Working Party on Responsible Business Conduct (@nieuwenkamp_csr),
Danone stated that ‘social dialogue is a business case’, at today’s launch of the Global Deal Flagship Report at the #OECD. The report stresses the important role of social dialogue, when it comes to creating decent work and inclusive growth pic.twitter.com/pEILqxU7aO
In the #Netherlands tertiary students are less likely to choose science, technology, engineering & maths fields of study. On average across #OECD countries, 27% of new entrants made a #STEM choice in 2015. In 🇳🇱 this figure is only 18%. Room for improvement. 🆙🔝🔬🔭twitter.com/oecdeduskills/…Rswe1IllJ