OECD COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard - 01/11/2021
International and Regional Organizations | International
As countries begin to emerge from the most acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, policy makers and citizens need tools to monitor efforts to revive economic activity and fulfil the shared commitment of OECD Member countries to build back better. This means addressing structural inequalities, accelerating the green transition, and strengthening resilience in the face of future challenges. A quality recovery would help set the world on course for mid- and long-term agendas and facilitate progress towards the SDGs. The OECD COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard features twenty indicators to monitor the quality of the recovery – whether it is strong, inclusive, green and resilient, with gender inequalities highlighted throughout. It features up-to-date and trusted OECD statistics complemented by novel data approaches. The timeliness, granularity and accuracy of its statistics are constantly improving as new sources become available. The COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard was built at the request of OECD Ministers to keep track of national efforts to build back better. Its development was led by an advisory group of representatives of national statistical offices from OECD countries alongside policy experts and representatives of several OECD committees. The indicators were carefully reviewed and selected through a consensus-based process in which various Ministries from across all OECD countries were consulted.