3rd OECD World Forum, Friday 30 October 2009


Agenda Menu


Day 1 - How is the World Progressing


Day 2 - New Measures, New Policies


Day 3 - How Can We Improve the Way in Which Evidence on Progress Promotes Changes?


Day 4 - Taking this Forward - The Next Steps



Day 4 

Taking this Forward - The Next Steps



 4.1  Award Cerimony

Awards for Contributions to the OECD World Forum                                  




4.2  Wiki-Progress

Enrico Giovannini, President, Italian National Statistics Institute, ISTAT, Italy




Johannes Jütting, Head of Unit, Poverty Reduction & Social Development, OECD




Angela Hariche, Project manager, Wiki-Progress, OECD




Discussant: Ruut Veenhoven, Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam , Netherlands





4.3  Next Steps: Commitments and Conclusions

Chair: Pier Carlo Padoan, Deputy Secretary-General of the OECD




Enrico Giovannini, President, Italian National Statistics Institute, ISTAT, Italy




Jin-Gyu Kim, Vice Commissioner of Statistics Korea

Pronab Sen, National Chief Statistician of India

Statements from the floor

Fiona Stanley, Director, Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Australia

Marcello Palazzi, Founder President, Progressio Foundation, Netherlands and Board Member, Tällberg Foundation, Sweden


Nic Marks, Head of Well-being Research, New Economics Foundation, UK

Paul Cheung, Director, United Nations Statistics Commission, UNSD

Mike Salvaris, Director, Applied Human Rights Research Unit , RMIT University, Australia




Deanna Zachary, Project Manager, Applied Survey Research, USA

Pali Lehohla, Statistician General of South Africa and Co-Chair of PARIS21

Francisco Lopez-Bermudez, Policy Director, ADA, Ecuador

Luigi Biggeri, Former President of the Italian National Institute of Statistics, Professor of Economic Statistics, University of Florence, Italy






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