The OECD-AMRO Joint Asian Regional Roundtable is a platform for collaboration between AMRO and the OECD to exchange views and strengthen policy dialogue on near-term macroeconomic as well as medium-term structural policies at the regional level.
TICAD Side Event: Knowledge Partnerships. African Economic Outlook 2013: Structural Transformation & Natural Resources Sunday, 2 June 2013
This day-long workshop will bring together the World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) and the OECD DAC Network on Development Evaluation, along with other key actors and development finance institutions, to share experiences on evaluating private sector-oriented development co-operation.
2013 Global Forum on Development: Innovative approaches to poverty reduction, social cohesion and progress in the post 2015 world
Second Development Lecture in Honour of Angus Maddison by François Bourguignon “Tackling inequalities: at the heart of the post-2015 agenda?”
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The OECD Development Centre forecasts that real growth in the region will return to pre-crisis levels of 5.5% in 2013-17. Asia’s economic prowess will be supported not only by strong export performance, which has been a powerful driver of growth in the region, but also by the growing strength of domestic demand.
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Joint Conference on “Economic Outlook and Development Challenges in Emerging Asia” Friday, 15 March, 2013 Seoul, Korea. Organised and Sponsored by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and OECD Development Centre (OECD-DEV).
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Multi-Dimensional Country Review for the Philippines. NEDA-OECD-ADB Kick-off Seminar - DRAFT AGENDA. 9h00-13h00, 7 March (Thursday) 2013, Manila
A side event was held at the UNFCCC 18th Conference of the Parties, to promote the Busan partnership on Climate Finance and Development Effectiveness - Doha, Qatar, 1 December 2012.
This OECD Policy Dialogue brought together a wide range of stakeholders - policy makers, practitioners, academics, private sector and civil society - from developing and developed countries. Participants discussed what needs to be done to continue delivering aid for trade results in this changing international environment for trade and development.