英 ：[ˌəʊ iː siː ˈdiː]
美 ：[ˌoʊ iː siː ˈdiː]
- abbr. 经济合作与发展组织（Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development）
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; an association of 34 nations to promote growth and trade, set up in 1961 to supersede the OEEC 经济合作与发展组织
In two thousand six, the United States had lower scores in mathematics than twenty-three of the other twenty-nine OECD countries.
The OECD has the Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA.
That is one of the highest rates in Europe. Young French are even harder hit Anne Sonnet is an OECD economist specializing in the youth labor market.
The OECD even advocates higher taxes when nations are in the middle of economic crisis.
Perhaps the most odious example of bad OECD policy is the campaign against tax competition.
The average Frenchman spends 24 years in retirement, against an OECD average of 18 years.