The OECD is an international economic organization of 34 countries, which regularly publishes reports analyzing and comparing economic policies of its member nations.
The organization was founded in 1961 with the aim to stimulate economic growth and world trade as a forum "committed to democracy and the market economy." The OECD's headquarters are at the Château de la Muette in Paris, France; its current secretary-general is José Ángel Gurría, formerly a Mexican cabinet minister. DW content with the keyword "OECD" is collated here.
An OECD study has found that the children of non-European migrants still face major obstacles when it comes to education and job prospects in the EU. Researchers, however, found a number of positive trends in Germany.