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OECD iLibrary Themes - Governance
The annual subscription includes online access to all titles published on governance since 1998. With COVID-19, the digital transformation of public and private sectors has accelerated. The OECD's work on governance provides data, analysis and good practices to improve public policy making. Accountable public services, efficient regulations, strong institutions and effective integrity policies are essential to strengthen trust.

The OECD produces around 170 new books and papers each year.
  • 1,730 + ebooks
  • 10,120 + chapters
  • 360 + papers
  • 5,290 + tables/graphs
OECD Key Governance titles includes: Governance at a Glance, G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and OECD Digital Governance Studies.

Database: OECD Product Market Regulation Statistics provides a range of indicators of product market regulation at both the economy-wide and sectoral levels, including professional services and energy, transport and communications. All of these indicators measure the extent to which policy settings promote or inhibit competition in areas of the product market where competition is viable. Data area available from 1998 onwards.
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Did you know?
- Government expenditure represneted 46% of GDP across OECD member countries in 2009.
Source: Government at a Glance 2011

- To stabilize the debt-to-GDP ratio in OECD countries, GDP needs to increase by 5%.
Source: OECD Journal on Budgeting, Volume 2011, Issue 1

- Between 2004 and 2008, more than half of OECD members increased government expenditure on R&D, accounting for between 1% and 6% of their repsective budgets in 2008.
Source: Regulatory Policy and Governance: Supporting Economic Growth and Serving the Public Interest

- Nearly 900 million people have no safe water supply, and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation.
Source: Water Governance in OECD Countries: A Multi-Level Approach