The aim of the conference is to explore in greater depth the relationship between the macroeconomic and transformational dimensions of policy coherence within the context of the SDGs and, in doing so, to highlight ways in which analytical perspectives and policy settings can be adapted to help reap the benefits of globalisation in line with the UN 2030 Agenda. The event will be structured into 3 sessions, considering respectively: How greater coherence in monetary, fiscal and structural policy can contribute to inclusive growth and sustainable development (Session 1);  How trade, migration and sectoral policies can be articulated into a coherent approach to economic transformation (Session 2); the geopolitics of international cooperation and their implications for achieving the 2030 Agenda (Session 3).

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The aim of the conference is to explore in greater depth the relationship between the macroeconomic and transformational dimensions of policy coherence within the context of the SDGs and, in doing so, to highlight ways in which analytical perspectives and policy settings can be adapted to help reap the benefits of globalisation in line with the UN 2030 Agenda. The event will be structured into 3 sessions, considering respectively: How greater coherence in monetary, fiscal and structural policy can contribute to inclusive growth and sustainable development (Session 1);  How trade, migration and sectoral policies can be articulated into a coherent approach to economic transformation (Session 2); the geopolitics of international cooperation and their implications for achieving the 2030 Agenda (Session 3).

 

With the participation of :
• Michel Houdebine (économiste en chef du Trésor français)
• Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School, ancienne directrice générale de la recherché, BCE
• Prof. Li Gang, Académie chinoise des sciences sociales, CASS
• Elsa Fornero (Université de Turin, ancienne ministre du travail des politiques sociales et du genre d’Italie)
• Célestin Monga (économiste en chef, Banque africaine de développement)
• Mario Pezzini (Directeur, Centre de développement de l’OCDE)
• Verena Ringler (Fondation Mercator)
• Hafsat Abiola (Présidente, Kudirat Initiative for Democracy, Initiatrice du Forum China-Africa)
• Debapriya Bhattacharya (Président, Southern Voice)
• Colin Bradford (Non-resident Senior Fellow, the Brookings Institution)
• Marie Chatardová (Présidente, Conseil économique et social de l’ONU)

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Date

Friday 27 October 2017

Hour

9h30 to 18h30

Place

Agence Française de Développement
Bâtiment « Mistral »
3 Place Louis Armand
75012 Paris

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