OECD Advice on Socioeconomic Context

… an Atlas resource page in Socioeconomic and Political Context and Atlas105

Concept description

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, http://www.oecd.org/) provides advice on a wide variety of matters relevant to the socioeconomic context for public policy.

For a review of the full range of OECD advice on public management subjects, see Mapping OECD Work by Public Management Subject.

Advice on measuring well-being

OECD Subtopic: Better Life Initiative – Measuring Well-Being and Progress

Key Bodies: Statistics Directorate

Key Product 1: OECD Better Life Index

Advice on human capital and inequality

OECD Subtopic: Labour markets, human capital and inequality

Key Bodies: Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs

Key Product 1: Society at a Glance – OECD Social Indicators

Key Product 2: Inequality database

Key Product 3: OECD Family database

Advice on migration and immigration

OECD Topic: Migration

Key Product 1: OECD Migration databases

Key Product 2: International Migration Outlook

Key Product 3: Migration Working Papers

Advice on globalization

OECD Topic: Industry and globalization

Key Bodies: Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

Key Product 1: OECD Economic Globalisation Indicators

Advice on education

Key Bodies: Directorate for Education and Skills, Education Policy Committee

Key Research Body: Centre for Education Research and Innovation (CERI)

Key Product 1: Education at a Glance – OECD Indicators

Key Product 2: OECD Education Working Papers

Key Product 3: Early childhood and schools – Latest Documents

Key Product 4: Skills beyond school – Latest Documents

Topic, subject and Atlas course

The Study of the Socioeconomic Context for Politics and Policy (core topic) in Socioeconomic and Political Context and Atlas105.


Ian Clark and Leslie Pal, Atlas of Public Management, at Mapping OECD Work by Public Management Subject, accessed 2 April 2017.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified on 3 April 2017.

Image: OECD, at http://www.oecd.org/, accessed 2 April 2017.