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CONFERENCE

New Analytical Tools and Techniques for Economic Policymaking

 

 

15-16 April 2019 (9:30-18:00)

  OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France

NAEC MASTERCLASSES

NAEC and its partners will be holding masterclasses with some of the world’s leading practitioners on complexity, network analysis and agent-based modelling

17 April 2019 (9:30-18:00)

  OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France

SEMINAR

The Future of Capitalism

 

 


Paul Collier

6 May 2019 (13:30-15:00)

  OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France

Previous seminars by theme

Understanding the Economy

These discussions provide better understanding of the economy, how it works and how it could work better for people and planet.

 
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Integrating Finance

One of the major lessons of global financial crisis was the need to better integrate the financial system into the real economy.

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Multidimensional well-being

As part of a people-centred growth narrative, we need to look beyond GDP to multidimensional well-being (e.g. income, health, social connection) and its distribution.

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New analytical tools and techniques

NAEC is about experimentation on new analytical tools and techniques to better understand complex systems (e.g. economy, finance, environment and society) and their interactions.

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Interconnectedness of the Global Economy

The global economy is increasingly a complex web of commercial connections with implications for national and international public policy.

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Systemic linkages

There are important systemic linkages, trade-offs and complementarities between economic and other goals. This requires a more articulate policy agenda on how economic, social and environmental objectives can be achieved simultaneously. 

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