OECD Secretary-General

2018 OECD Economic Survey of Czech Republic:
"The Czech economy is thriving but labour shortages will limit growth"

Emerging Challenges and Shifting Paradigms:
"We need development fit for our complex, rapidly-changing, interconnected and globalised world."

The Conference of Paris - Reshaping Globalisation, Mastering Change
"Global challenges can only be solved by international co-operation."

Financing Climate Futures Synthesis report, New York 2018:
"Greenhouse gas emissions have taken the climate well beyond the conditions in which human societies developed and thrived."

NAEC Conference - 10 years after the crisis

2018 OECD Economic Survey of Czech Republic:
"The Czech economy is thriving but labour shortages will limit growth"

Emerging Challenges and Shifting Paradigms:
"We need development fit for our complex, rapidly-changing, interconnected and globalised world."

The Conference of Paris - Reshaping Globalisation, Mastering Change
"Global challenges can only be solved by international co-operation."

Financing Climate Futures Synthesis report, New York 2018:
"Greenhouse gas emissions have taken the climate well beyond the conditions in which human societies developed and thrived."

NAEC Conference - 10 years after the crisis

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Angel Gurría was appointed as the Secretary-General of the OECD on 1 June 2006.   He is currently serving his third five-year mandate.  Angel Gurría has firmly established the Organisation as a pillar of the global economic governance architecture including the G20, G7 and APEC, and a reference point in the design and implementation of better policies for better lives. 


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