Development Centre

OECD Development Centre Events and Meetings



Meetings listed below are open to the public unless otherwise indicated.
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16 January 
Santiago de Chile, Chile
Launch of the Production Transformation Policy Review of Chile
25-26 January
Paris, France
Final Conference on the Economic Contribution of Labour Migration  - ECLM project
30 January-1 February
Paris, France
9th Plenary Meeting of the Policy Dialogue on Natural Resource-based Development

7 February, Paris, France

DEV Talk series - with Yuen Yuen Ang (Univ of Michigan), Which Comes First in Development: Good Governance or Economic Growth? Unorthodox Insights from China and beyond, to register please send an email to 

7 & 9 February, Paris, France

Presentation of the 2017 South-South Cooperation Report Changing Roles of South-South Cooperation in the Global Development System: Towards 2030” and Technical Brainstorming Meeting on: “South-South Co-operation in a New Development Context: Towards a Consensus Agenda for Action".  


2 March, Paris, France

Emerging Markets Network (EMnet) Meeting “Accelerating Digitalisation in Asia” 


22-23 March, Paris, France Network of Foundations Working for Development (netFWD) annual meeting
22 March, Paris, France

The 6th Angus Maddison Development Lecture “What do economists, policy makers and plumbers have in common?”, with Dr Esther Duflo.


The lecture will take place from 17:30-19hrs at the OECD Headquarters. If interested to attend, please register here

27 March, Santiago de Chile

Launch of the Revenue Statistics in Latin America and the Caribbean, at the XXX ECLAC Fiscal Forum 

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 * DEV Talks Series

The OECD Development Centre DEV Talks series aims at nurturing the debate on subjects at the crossroads of economic growth and well-being. These sets of meetings are a way for the Centre to engage with individual partners and organisations through the exchange of fresh perspectives and intellectually-provoking ideas.

The series was rolled out in October 2014 just a week after the presidential polls in Brazil, precisely with a focus on the challenges facing newly re-elected Dilma Rousseff. Previous DEV Talks have showcased Jesús Gracia Aldaz, Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs and for International Development Cooperation of Spain, on the topic “Renewed international cooperation priorities for economic and inclusive development in Latin America”, as well as Chilean author Andrés Solimano on his latest book “Economic Elites, Crises and Democracy”.


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