DEV50th › OECD Emerging Markets Network (EmNet)
29 February 2012
By invitation only
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.
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.