Federico Bonaglia

Deputy Director, OECD Development Centre,

Federico Bonaglia is Deputy Director of the OECD Development Centre. In this capacity he supports the Director in the effective management of the Centre and the implementation of its programme of work. Amongst his responsibilities, Mr Bonaglia supervises the Centre’s activities with Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean as well as the Centre’s Perspectives on Global Development and its work on rural and territorial development, migration, and natural-resource based development. He also manages the Centre’s Governing Board, where representatives from 52 member countries and the European Union provide strategic guidance and oversight and engage in policy dialogue on a wide range of development policies. In addition, Mr Bonaglia represents the OECD in the G20 Development Working Group and supports the OECD Sherpa Office in coordinating the OECD’s contributions to the G20 and G7 in the area of development. Mr Bonaglia is an economist by training and holds a Master degree with honours in Economics and Social Sciences (1997) and a Master in Economics (1999) from Bocconi University, Milano. Mr Bonaglia has led several research projects and authored several reports in the areas of measuring structural reforms, foreign direct investment, private sector development, aid for trade, labour market policies and well-being.

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