The speed of what's happening is challenging the existing institutions we have for policy making.

The ongoing digital transformation of economies and societies holds many promises to spur innovation, generate efficiencies, and improve services, and in doing so boost more inclusive and sustainable growth as well as enhance well-being. But these benefits go hand-in-hand with disruptions. Our interactions with one another and with society more broadly are being transformed, as are the nature and structure of organisations and markets, raising important issues around jobs and skills, privacy, security, and how to ensure that technological changes benefit society as a whole, among others.

Some countries and groups are better placed than others to harness the benefits of digital transformation. To bring about stronger and more inclusive growth from the digital revolution, it is essential to build a coherent and comprehensive policy approach. This is the essence of the OECD's Going Digital project.

  • Overview of preliminary project findings (pdf): English | French
  • Going Digital in a Multilateral World - Interim report to Ministers (pdf):
    English | French


‌ 11-12 March 2019    OECD Going Digital summit

Why the OECD?


Project pillars

Expected outcomes