18 October 2022 | 09:30-17:00 CET
OECD Conference Centre, Paris & virtual
Setting reforms in motion to boost sustainable investment
The fifth annual roundtable examined how sustainable investment actors – public and private, domestic and foreign - can work together to identify concrete reforms for sustainable investment and set these reforms in motion.
High-level policymakers and distinguished speakers from the development co-operation community, international organisations, the private sector, academia and civil society contributed their views and insights on what real-world actions, partnerships and co-ordination mechanisms are required to boost international investment and report on its sustainability impact.
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The Roundtable on Investment and Sustainable Development is a core part of OECD work on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (see OECD Action Plan on the Sustainable Development Goals).
It serves as a platform to discuss and develop new forms of OECD engagement that support policy coherence and maximise the role of private investment as a catalyst for sustainable development.
Under the strategic guidance of the OECD Investment Committee, the roundtable seeks synergies with related initiatives in other fora, including the UN and its agencies, the World Bank Group, and regional development banks.
OECD work on investment and sustainable development
2021 - FDI Qualities: Aligning Investment Frameworks for Green Growth - agenda
Watch the 2021 roundtable
Making investment work for green growth
2020 - Third Roundtable on Investment and Sustainable Development - agenda
Watch the 2022 roundtable
Foreign direct investment during the pandemic: A buffer for jobs?
Can foreign direct investment improve the resilience of health systems?
Can development aid enhance the resilience of investment in developing countries?
Investment and sustainable development: Between risk of collapse and opportunity to build back better
Can FDI improve the resilience of health systems?