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The OECD Development Centre 2008-2010. An introduction. Visit of Javier Santiso to SECO Bern  11 March 2008. 1. The Centre in brief. 2. Current activities at a glance. 3. The Future. OECD’s Knowledge Centre on Development. A bridge between …. OECD members and partners

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the oecd development centre 2008 2010

The OECD Development Centre2008-2010

An introduction

Visit of Javier Santiso to SECO

Bern  11 March 2008

slide2

1

The Centre in brief

2

Current activities at a glance

3

The Future

oecd s knowledge centre on development
OECD’s Knowledge Centre on Development

A bridge between …

  • OECD members and partners
  • Governing Board open to non-OECD:
  • South Africa, Brazil, Chile, India, Israel, Romania, Thailand , and VietNam.
  • Research and policy
  • Intellectual autonomy, no obligation of consensus
  • All policy communities (ECO, DAF, ENV, …)
  • All development policies, not just aid
  • All actors: private, public, NGOs, etc.
  • Informal dialogue
part of the oecd s development cluster
Part of the OECD’s “Development Cluster”
  • Bridge OECD members and partners
  • Research / policy
  • Intellectual autonomy
  • Informal dialogue
  • Club of bilateral donors
  • Best practice
  • Peer reviews

Development

Centre

(DEV - 1962)

Development

Assistance

Committee

(DAC - 1961)

Africa

Partnership

Forum

(APF - 2006)

Sahel & West

Africa Club

(SAH - 1975)

Informal discussion Forum OECD / ECOWAS

+ Mauritania & Cameroon

Monitoring commitments

G8/OECD – AU/NEPAD

balancing research policy focus
Balancing Research & Policy Focus

Studies

Annual Thematic “Flagship” publications

Annual Regional Outlooks

Policy Insights (2 p.)

Policy Briefs (25 p.)

Working papers

Research

Policy

quality control reading committee and peer review procedure

Team Management

Comments

Internal

Referee

Revisions

Revisions

Reading

Committee

Comments

Reading

Committee+ Chief Economist

Validation

Director’s

Final

Approval

External

Referee

Revisions

Revisions

Quality ControlReading Committee and Peer-review procedure
reaching out to decision makers networks
Reaching Out to Decision Makers: Networks

DeFiNe

(Development Finance Network)

Informal Advisory Groups

Think tanks in support of the OECD Global Forum on Development

ISSER (Ghana)

ODI (UK)

IBON (Philippines)

NSI (Canada)

ENS/PSE (France)

CREA (Senegal)

GDI/DIE (Germany)

CGD (US)

CERDI (France)

Etc.

e.g.: Latin American Economic Outlook

A. Carstens, Minister of Finance , Mexico

P. Cox, Vice President, World Bank

A. Foxley, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chile

A. Velasco, Minister of Finance, Chile

D. Vegara, Minister of Economics, Spain

R. Hausmann,

Harvard University

Etc.

Alstom- Axa InvestmentManagement - BBVA - Crédit Agricole AM - Cemex - CVRD - Dexia and Dexia AM – Cemex Dresdner Kleinwort Weisserstein - Goldman Sachs - Odebrecht- Iberdrola - SanPaolo IMI - Saint-Gobain - Santander - Standard Chartered - Suez- Telefonica- Toyota – Renault Nissan – Tata – Nestlé - Zurich Financial Services - Crédit Suisse – Pemex – Dubai International Capital -Holcim

Etc.

15 DAC members

World Bank

UNDP

Multilateral Banks

Several new EU member States as observers

slide9

1

The Centre in brief

2

Current activities at a glance

3

Programme of Work 2009-2010

programme of work 2007 08

Development policies

and peer learning

Monitoring and analysis

of regional performance

Policy Coherence for Development

and Human Security

African Economic Outlook

(AEO)

Business for Development

Latin American Economic Outlook (LEO)

Emerging Markets network

Financing Development

(incl. OECD Global Forum on Development)

Black Sea and Central Asian

Economic Outlook (BSECAO)

Programme of work 2007-08
slide11

2007 Highlights

XVII Iberoamerican Summit

Santiago de Chile, 7 November 2007

  • OECD/AfDB Forum now the annual public event on Africa in Paris, bringing together African and OECD Ministers, high levels reps from firms, NGOs, media …
  • African Economic Outlook special session at EU/Africa Summit
  • Migration report launched at EU High Level Conference on Legal Migration.
  • Further work presented to Dutch Minister for Development Co-operation, German Technical Co-operation …

African Forum, Paris, 5 June 2007

Videos on DEV websiteand YouTube.com

  • Latin American Economic Outlook launched at XVII Iberoamerican Summit with full support of the heads of the OAS, UNECLAC, and Iberoamerican General Secretariat, with top reps from World Bank, IADB …
  • … then presented in Madrid, Lisbon, Paris, Washington, Miami, Hong Kong and Brussels. Many more presentations scheduled for 2008!

Launch of “Gaining from Migration” report

Lisbon, 13 September 2007

Dev & AfDB at EU-Africa Summit

Lisbon, 8 December 2007

slide12

1

The Centre in brief

2

Current activities at a glance

3

Programme of Work 2009-2010

slide13

Three strategic priorities

  • Governance
    • Consolidate and enlarge Governing Board membership
  • Substance
    • Maximise the value added for the Organisation (OECD)
  • Finance
    • Rebuild the core-funded knowledge capacity of the Centre
slide14

One major Axis:

Shifting Wealth

Two interrelated themes:

Achieving Economic Competitiveness

Building Cohesive Societies

slide15

Key questions

How can we explain the new phenomenon of shifting wealth and how can it be measured?

Is this likely to be a temporary phenomenon or does it have long-term/permanent features?

What can policy makers in the newly rich countries do to a) use this wealth to improve the well-being of their citizens and b)contribute to world development?

What can policy makers in developing countries do which are not benefitting directly from this shift and how can they remain in the game and benefit from it?

How can the provision of global public goods be ensured against the background of shifting wealth and the move to a mutli-polar world?

slide16

Output

  • The OECD Global Development Outlook (GDO)
  • GDO 2010 : Shifting Wealth - Implications for Policy Management and Governance
  • GDO 2011 : Shifting Wealth - Building Cohesive Societies
  • The regional Outlooks
  • Three regional desks serving as focal points and catalysts for the OECD’s work on developing and emerging economies in these regions:
        • Africa and Middle East Desk
        • Asia and Pacific Desk
        • Latin America and Caribbean Desk
        • The networks
        • OECD Global Forum on Development (w/ Development Finance Network, DefiNe)
        • The Emerging Markets Network (EmNet)
        • The Informal network of DAC Communicators (DevCom)