Organization for economic development (oecd), Managerial Economics

Organization for Economic Development (OECD)

An international organization found in Paris France in 1961, to act as a worldwide forum to stimulate world trade and economic development. The OECD's membership consists of the world's developed countries like Austria, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Canada, France, Finland, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and last is The United States.

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