OECD Expert Briefing: From Research to the Real World - How Governments Can Use What the OECD Produces


**Please note this event has been rescheduled from Tuesday, Jan 26 to Friday, Jan 29**


The OECD produces powerful domestic policy tools for governments by setting benchmarks, comparing progress, and pointing out best practices. But are policymakers and stakeholders in OECD member and partner countries using this information to their citizens’ best advantage?

Join OECD Washington Center for a special 2016 kickoff event that looks at how governments and stakeholders already use what the OECD produces to make people’s lives better – and offers an overview of untapped resources that can further inform domestic policymaking.

Carol Guthrie, Head of the OECD Washington Center

Edward Alden, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Khaliah Barnes, EPIC Associate Director and Director of the EPIC Student Privacy Project
Elizabeth Branson, Director for Trade and Development, World Trade Organization and Multilateral Affairs, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Cathy Feingold, Director of International Affairs, AFL-CIO
Gilles Gauthier, Minister of Economic Affairs, Embassy of Canada
Rob Mulligan, Senior VP, Policy and Government Affairs, US Council for International Business


Location: OECD Washington Center Conference Room
1776 Eye Street NW, Suite 450
Date: Friday, January 29
Registration: 10:00am
Presentation: 10:30am-12:00pm


About OECD Expert Briefings:  On behalf of the United States and other member countries, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) carries out work that provides policymakers with data and analysis that helps them address global problems and improve life for their citizens. OECD Expert Briefings, organized by the OECD Washington Center, offer an opportunity to learn from our experts and be a part of the dialogue.




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