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OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2013, Issue 2
OECD’s twice-yearly analysis of the major economic trends and prospects for the next two years includes a chapter on Japan.
ISBN 978-92-64-20097-5, December 2013, 300 pages
€102  $147  £91  ¥12 200


OECD Economic Surveys: Japan 2013
OECD's 2013 Economic Survey of Japan examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. The special chapter is titled From Tragedy to Revitalisation.
ISBN 978-92-64-18291-2, April 2013, 123 pages
€45  $63  £40  ¥5 800

Education at a Glance 2013: OECD Indicators
OECD’s statistical annual that provides data on the structure, finances and performance of education systems in more than 40 countries, including Japan. A Japanese version is available from Akashi Shoten Co., Ltd.
ISBN 978-92-64-20104-0, June 2013, 440 pages
€80  $112  £72  ¥10 400

Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes Peer Reviews: Japan 2013: Combined: Phase 1 + Phase 2, incorporating Phase 2 ratings
This review assesses the extent to which Japan meets international standards regarding transparency and exchange of information in tax matters.
ISBN 978-92-64-20575-8, December 2013, 114 pages
€36  $50  £32  ¥4 600

Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Sharing
This report presents studies and data available regarding the existence and magnitude of base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), and contains an overview of global developments that have an impact on corporate tax matters. A Japanese translation is available on the OECD iLibrary.
ISBN 978-92-64-19265-2, February 2013, 88 pages
€24  $33  £21  ¥3 100

Green Growth in Kitakyushu, Japan
This report studies green growth trends, challenges and opportunities in the city of Kitakyushu, Japan. A Japanese version is available.
ISBN 978-92-64-19488-5, May 2013, 128 pages
€30  $42  £27  ¥3 900

Government at a Glance 2013
This book provides a dashboard of indicators covering finance and budgeting, employment and pay, women in government, public procurement, openness of government, and quality of government services. A Japanese version of the 2011 edition is available from Akashi Shoten Co., Ltd.
ISBN 978-92-64-20132-3, November 2013, 196 pages
€45  $63  £40  ¥5 800

Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2013
This book provides a selection of indicators showing the state of entrepreneurship in OECD countries. It covers enterprise creation and survival, enterprise size, employment, value added, productivity and employment, employment creation, and more. A Japanese version of the 2011 edition is available from Akashi Shoten Co., Ltd.
ISBN 978-92-64-18385-8, August 2013, 104 pages
€45  $63  £40  ¥5 800

Society at a Glance 2014
OECD’s compilation of indicators on social well-being in OECD countries as well as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa.  It covers such topics as household income, families, old age support rate, education spending and student performance, income inequality, poverty, social spending, and more. A Japanese version of the 2009 edition is available from Akashi Shoten Co., Ltd.
ISBN 978-92-64-20072-2, February 2014, 145 pages
€35  $49  £31  ¥4 500

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