OECD Home › About the OECD › Secretary-General › Publications & Documents › Speeches
We need to revisit models and theories to question conventional wisdoms and “established truths”, to define more effective policy options for governments to achieve the ultimate goal to improve the well-being of their citizens, said M. Gurria.
Global corruption is one of the greatest challenges of our era: it distorts markets, weakens our governments, raises the costs of doing business, promotes inequalities and erodes our sustainable development efforts, said OECD Secretary-General at Chatham House.
El Acuerdo Marco de Cooperación entre el Gobierno de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos y la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE) es producto y reflejo de un compromiso compartido: la construcción de un México exitoso e incluyent, según el Secretario General de la OCDE.
The Southeast Asia Regional Programme will help to enhance and broaden the OECD’s knowledge of the region; foster the exchange of good practices and mutual learning between policy makers in Southeast Asia and OECD countries, said Angel Gurría.
Could the recovery from the worst crisis in half a century finally take hold in 2014? How can we build a resilient, inclusive and greener future for all?
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría strongly supports President François Hollande’s recently announced measures to revitalise the French economy and set it on a path towards stronger growth.
Although recently we have observed signs of a pick-up in employment and investment in some countries, there are no clear prospects yet for a strong global recovery and a return to the pre-2007 growth path.
Despite the slowdown of the world economy, Russia has continued to grow. Most importantly, your macroeconomic house is basically in order, with inflation largely under control, public finances close to balance, and a current account surplus. But growth must become sustainable and fair through the implementation of the right policy mix, said OECD Secretary-General.
According to our recent “How’s Life” report, only 40% of citizens in the OECD trust their national governments – the lowest level since 2007. Like never before, our citizens have doubts about their government’s capacities to respond to their needs and meet their expectations. We have to rebuild that trust, said OECD Secretary-General.
With the right policies, narrower socio-economic divides and higher levels of well-being are well within Israel’s reach. Raising educational standards and encouraging employment, maintaining sound monetary policy and a responsible fiscal trajectory, pressing on with structural reforms that encourage innovation, competition and creativity – these are all central to achieving sustained, inclusive growth.