Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD

The OECD provides a forum for the exchange of experiences and ideas and is a body for cooperation, particularly between the governments of industrialised countries with democracy and a market economy. Cooperation covers a wide range of areas that affect the economy and is aimed at promoting the development of welfare in various respects. Macro-economic development, structural policy and trade policy are of key importance to this work. The OECD also examines, among other things, national regulatory frameworks for the liberalisation of the movement of capital.

Cooperation is mainly carried out in committees with the participation of Member countries. For the Riksbank, this primarily concerns cooperation on macro-economic, economic and financial matters.

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Updated 13/08/2021