José Ángel Gurría
Secretary General of OECD from 2006 to 2021. Former Minister of Interior and Foreign Affairs of Mexico.
Who is José Ángel Gurría?
José Ángel Gurría is a renowned Mexican economist and politician with extensive experience in economics and finance. He is known for his analyses and perspectives on the global economy.
What are his conferences like?
In his talks, José Ángel Gurría analyzes the global economy from different perspectives, addressing topics such as economic growth, innovation, productivity, competitiveness, globalization, climate change, and social inequality.
What is his trajectory?
He has been a professor of economics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and at Harvard University. He has been invited to speak at important forums and events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Club de Madrid, and the Club of Rome. He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his work in the field of economics and politics.
Selection of conferences:
"Global Economy and Productivity"
In this talk, José Ángel Gurría discusses the importance of productivity in the global economy and how it can affect economic growth.
"Globalization and Social Inequality"
In this conference, José Ángel Gurría analyzes the relationship between globalization and social inequality and how they can work together to achieve sustainable development.
"Circular Economy and Climate Change"
In this talk, José Ángel Gurría explores the circular economy and its relationship with climate change, addressing how they can work together to achieve sustainable development.
Jefe de la Casa de Su Majestad el Rey de España (2002-2011); miembro del Consejo de Estado de España; Director de la OID (2000-2002).
Magistrate of the Spanish National Court (1988-2012).
Former Norway Primer Minister
Head of the Energy Sector at NEOM
UK Financial Services Secretary 2008-2010, Former President of Marks & Spencer
Deputy Chairman of the International Panel on Climate Change and Nobel Peace Prize 2007. Chairman of the Munasinghe Institute for Development (MIND)
President of Costa Rica 1994-1998. Expert in Sustainability.