Other selected recent speeches by Angel Gurría

For a complete list, including those in French and Spanish, go to www.oecd.org/secretarygeneral
OECD and the Challenges of the Global Economy21 March 2007Speech given to the Business Leadership Forum, Instituto de Empresa Business School, Madrid. On improving governance and fighting corruption14 March 2007Opening remarks at the Brussels conference, “On Improving Governance and Fighting Corruption: New Frontiers in Public-Private Partnerships”. The OECD Economic Survey of Belgium13 March 2007Presentation of the survey at a press conference held with Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, Brussels. New global economic challenges: Charting the course for policy responses1 March 2007Lecture delivered at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Human capital: Europe’s next frontier27 February 20072007 Robert Schuman lecture to the Lisbon Council. Reaping the benefits of globalisation: The importance of public policies22 February 2007Speech to the Foreign Relations Commission of the Italian House of Deputies. Discussion of global economic issues21 February 2007Opening remarks to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Paris. On global ecological governance2 February 2007 Opening remarks at the “Citizens of the earth” conference, Paris. Riding the tiger: The economic dimension of globalisation23 January 2007Address given to the “Future Now” conference, organised by the Danish Top Executives Organisation. Growth, innovation and equity: The global policy challenge23 January 2007Lecture delivered at the Copenhagen Business School. The importance of vocational training and education22 January 2007Opening remarks at the informal meeting of OECD education ministers on vocational education and training, Copenhagen. Globalising cities and regions22 January 2007Speech delivered at the Danish Growth Council. Bribery in international business transactions16 January 2007Opening remarks at the meeting of the Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions. 50th anniversary, Association des Journalistes Economiques et Financiers9 January 2007Remarks at the 50th anniversary conference of the French journalists association, Paris. OECD Observer N°260 March 2007

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