The OECD: A Study of Organisational Adaptation

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 janv. 2011 - 320 pages
The book reveals, for the first time, the origins, growth and complex role of the OECD as it celebrates its fiftieth anniversary, showing how it has adapted for the most part successfully to the changing needs of its members, both large and small. Peter C
 

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Table des matières

1 Introduction
1
2 The OECD approaching 50
8
peer reviews roundtables and budgets
31
4 The origins of the OECD and its development in the 1960s
45
5 The quest for a more active role in the 1970s
65
changing roles and influence
80
new challenges
95
8 A new century
118
10 The OECD and civil society
167
11 The OECD and international organisations
192
12 The OECD and the environment
213
13 The healthrelated work of the OECD
233
an evolving OECD
257
A note on sources and referencing
265
Bibliography
266
Index
289

9 Accession and policy transfer
147

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