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How can we all help shape better policies for better lives? OECD Podcasts bring you insightful interviews with experts and well-known personalities on such pressing challenges as inequality and inclusive growth, the economy, jobs, the digital transformation, climate change, the environment, education, healthcare, tax, trade, international co-operation, and more.


NOTE: All podcasts express the opinions of the interview subjects and do not necessarily represent the official views of OECD member countries.

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How can we all help shape better policies for better lives? OECD Podcasts bring you insightful interviews with experts and well-known personalities on such pressing challenges as inequality and inclusive growth, the economy, jobs, the digital transformation, climate change, the environment, education, healthcare, tax, trade, international co-operation, and more.


NOTE: All podcasts express the opinions of the interview subjects and do not necessarily represent the official views of OECD member countries.

    Why ending racial inequality is vital for COVID-19 recovery, with Valerie Wilson

    Why ending racial inequality is vital for COVID-19 recovery, with Valerie Wilson

    The COVID-19 pandemic has not affected everyone equally, and people of colour have paid a particularly high price, whether in terms of lives lost among vulnerable frontline workers or higher unemployment and economic hardship, or even by being left out of vaccine rollouts. The coronavirus crisis has exposed the need to step up the fight against racism and discrimination, spurred on by global protests and campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, and the OECD is urging policymakers to make sure everyone gets their fair share in the economic recovery phase. Valerie Wilson, Director of the Economic Policy Institute’s Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy in the United States, spoke with Robin Davis about what must be done to put an end to these racial injustices once and for all.

    Guest: Valerie Wilson, Director of the Economic Policy Institute’s Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy
    Host: Robin Allison Davis
    Production Team: Samia Basille, Editor; Rory Clarke

    To learn more on the OECD's work on inequality, go to: www.oecd.org/WISE To learn more on the OECD's work on the Covid-19 pandemic, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus

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    Fighting gender inequality in cities: Lessons from women in leadership

    Fighting gender inequality in cities: Lessons from women in leadership

    International Women's Day on 8 March is particularly important this year, as COVID-19 threatens decades of progress towards gender equality. In this tale of two different cities, and in association with the OECD Champion Mayors initiative, Karina Piser talks to Mayor Lisa Helps of Victoria, British Columbia in Canada, and Diana Rodriguez Franco, the Secretary of Women's Issues in Bogotá, Colombia, about the challenges they face, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the progress they have made in the fight against discrimination. They explain how women in leadership make a difference.

    To learn more about the OECD's Gender initiative, visit: www.oecd.org/gender
    To learn more about the OECD's Champion Mayors initiative, visit: http://www.oecd-inclusive.com/champion-mayors

    Host: Karina Piser
    Guests: Lisa Helps and Diana Rodriguez Franco
    Producer: Samia Basille, Rory Clarke

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    • 29分
    Tax in a digital world: Why new international rules matter for everyone

    Tax in a digital world: Why new international rules matter for everyone

    Globalisation has brought major benefits for businesses, but at the same time it has enabled large multinational firms to book their profits in countries with low or no tax, rather than where they carry out their business activity. Governments lose out because shifting profits in this way can erode the tax base. Moreover, the digital economy adds to the challenge of working out how much international companies owe in tax and to which countries, in part because digital firms may not have a physical presence in the places they do business in. The OECD, which launched the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative in 2013, has been leading international talks to address these issues, and is aiming towards a landmark agreement on new tax rules in 2021. Grace Perez-Navarro, deputy director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, explains the issues.

    To learn more about the OECD's initiatives on tax, visit: https://www.oecd.org/tax
    To learn more about the OECD's initiatives on tax, visit: https://www.oecd.org/tax

    Host: Rory Clarke
    Guest: Grace Perez-Navarro
    Producer: Samia Basille

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    • 25分
    Covid-19: Vaccines, public confidence and international co-operation

    Covid-19: Vaccines, public confidence and international co-operation

    The Covid-19 vaccine is finally here. Finding the vaccine was the first step, but the Covid-19 pandemic poses many challenges about international cooperation and distributing a vaccine, public confidence, digitalisation in health care and many more. How can we produce enough vaccines to make an impact? How can we ensure that the vaccine is accessible for everyone? And once accessible, does the general public have enough trust in the vaccine to take it?

    To learn more on the OECD's work on the Covid-19 pandemic, go to: https://www.oecd.org/coronavirus

    Host: Robin Allison Davis
    Interviewees:
    Mark Pearson, OECD Deputy Director of Employment, Labour and Social Affairs
    Seth Berkeley, CEO, GAVI
    Joanne Liu, International Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response
    Melissa Fleming, UN Under-Secretary General for Global Communications

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    • 20分
    What data and digitalisation could mean for your democratic future with Shoshana Zuboff

    What data and digitalisation could mean for your democratic future with Shoshana Zuboff

    Shoshana Zuboff is the author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: A Fight for a Human Future and the New Frontier of Power. Her book's release is very timely considering the impact of COVID-19. Collection and use of private data have expanded, bringing privacy concerns even further to the fore. What does the digital acceleration in this pandemic mean for our future? Shoshana Zuboff spoke with Anthony Gooch, Director of the OECD's Public Affairs and Communications directorate, for a podcast hosted during OECD's 2020 Forum Virtual Events to mark the OECD's 60th anniversary.

    Host: Anthony Gooch
    Interviewee: Shoshana Zuboff, author of "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: A Fight for a Human Future and the New Frontier of Power"
    Producers: Robin Allison Davis, Samia Basille

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    • 26分
    All about AI: Should we be concerned about artificial intelligence?

    All about AI: Should we be concerned about artificial intelligence?

    Machine learning, or artificial intelligence, can be traced back to the 1950s, but really leapt forward in the last decade or so thanks to more powerful computing. AI is at the wheel when it comes to driverless cars, and is used by farmers to monitor crops, and by the police to solve crime. It has promise in health care too, including to better detect COVID-19. Could AI go too far, as machines teach machines, and even learning human emotions and tastes, yet with very little control by human beings. Policymakers are now taking AI seriously, to safeguard public interests, and to develop AI sensibly, as well as intelligently.

    The OECD AI Observatory is working to help make sure that AI does not evolve alone and keeps the human touch.

    To find out more, go to www.oecd.ai

    Hosts: Robin Allison Davis, Shayne Maclachlan, Clara Young
    Producer: Rory Clarke, Robin Allison Davis
    Guests:
    Audrey Plonk, Head of OECD Digital Economy Policy Division,
    Kathleen Walch, Cognilytica Principal Analyst,
    Jack Clark, Open AI Head of Policy

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