The Conference Board International Labor Comparisons Program

The International Labor Comparisons program prepares trends of manufacturing labor productivity and unit labor costs that are comparable across countries. ILC examines country data series, identifies areas where concepts are not aligned, and adjusts series to a comparable basis. Productivity, unit labor costs, and underlying data series are available for 19 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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The Conference Board Economics Watch®

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Monthly U.S. and quarterly regional webcasts with forecasts and commentary along with a suite of economic indicators and analyses that provide a platform for strategic decision making. Complimentary for members of The Conference Board

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Merger Integration Conference

12 - 13 June, 2014 (San Francisco, CA)

Unlocking Merger Value

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China Center Quick Note: RMB band-widening -- Short-term volatility, long-term vulnerability

April 2014 | China Center Publications

The Chinese central bank announced a widening of the daily trading band for the US-CNY exchange rate last month. What are the ramifications of this change for economic policy?

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The 'Long View' on China's Growth and Development

21 April, 2014 | Special Webcast

What is the “long view” on China’s growth and development, and what are the major long-term risks that are masked by China’s recent rapid growth?

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Publications

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Webcasts

  • Succeeding at Strategic Innovation

    17 April, 2014 | Special Webcast

    Hear large company cases on how using tools, frameworks, methods and principles of strategic vs tactical innovation can avoid the pitfalls of "sustaining innovation" without the right perspectives.
  • The 'Long View' on China's Growth and Development

    21 April, 2014 | Special Webcast

    What is the “long view” on China’s growth and development, and what are the major long-term risks that are masked by China’s recent rapid growth?

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