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Ms. Martine Durand
Deputy Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs,
Martine Durand is Deputy Director in the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs where she oversees work on labour market and training policies, social policies, health and international migration.
Ms. Durand joined the OECD Economics Department in 1983 where she held a number of different positions. She was notably in charge of the Economic Surveys of the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and then responsible for monitoring and projecting trade and current account balances and for preparing analysis and syntheses of policy orientations in OECD countries for publication twice yearly in the OECD Economic Outlook. Ms Durand has also held the position of Counsellor to the Chief Economist and of Deputy-Head of the Secretary-General's Private Office where she worked on a number of issues requesting the attention of the Secretary-General and his Deputies.
Ms Durand holds degrees from the Paris VI University, the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique (ENSAE) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.