OECD Emerging Markets Network (EmNet)


29 February 2012

By invitation only


About EmNet:

The OECD Emerging Markets Network (EmNet) is an initiative that aims at fostering dialogue with the business sector from both OECD member and non-member countries. Launched early 2007, EmNet gathers top executives, high-level policymakers, academics and OECD experts on a quarterly basis to discuss key global economic issues and their impact on the corporate scene. EmNet has proven a valuable tool both to get inputs from the private sector and to share OECD works with a high-level pool of corporate contacts within its 40 member companies.


Read OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría's opening speech here.


Proposed Agenda:

  • Global Prospects
  • Rethinking Global Risk



Around 50 high-level corporate representatives (at the level of CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, Vice Presidents, Chief Economists, Regional Directors, etc.) of EmNet member companies, top officials, OECD experts and aca-demic leading figures.


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