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13 th OECD – NBS Workshop on National Accounts, November 2009 Introductory remarks Paul 13 th OECD – NBS Workshop on National Accounts, November 2009 Introductory remarks Paul Schreyer OECD Statistics Directorate 1

n Welcome on behalf of the OECD n New developments at the OECD – n Welcome on behalf of the OECD n New developments at the OECD – Major projects – Accession to OECD 2

New developments at the OECD (1) n n n Continued strong demand for work New developments at the OECD (1) n n n Continued strong demand for work with ‘enhanced engagement countries’: Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Africa For the first time, OECD invited to G 20 summit in Pittsburgh (September 2009) Secretary General Angel Gurria put OECD’s analytical capacity and experience at disposal of G 20 3

New developments at the OECD (2) n n n He proposed several activities (for New developments at the OECD (2) n n n He proposed several activities (for example country reviews) There will be demand for data needed in analysis importance of the present workshop and statistical cooperation Importance to fully implement NA data transmission Encouragement of Enhanced Engagement Countries to participate in OECD (statistical) meetings OECD has to ensure that discussions at these meetings are attractive to EE countries 4

New developments at the OECD (3) n Broad-based (‘horizontal’) projects at the OECD – New developments at the OECD (3) n Broad-based (‘horizontal’) projects at the OECD – Green growth strategy – Measuring and fostering progress 5

New developments at the OECD (4) n Green Growth Strategy – Exiting the crisis New developments at the OECD (4) n Green Growth Strategy – Exiting the crisis with a new vision: environmentally sustainable growth – Making environmental concerns an engine of growth – Identify win-win situations – Adress trade-offs n n Interim report to ministers: 2010; final report 2011 Green Growth work should also include non-OECD countries Strong indicator component Cooperation on data 6

New developments at the OECD (5) n Measuring and fostering progress – – n New developments at the OECD (5) n Measuring and fostering progress – – n n OECD Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies 3 rd OECD World Forum on ‘Statistics, Knowledge and Policy’ in Korea Mandate to follow up on Stiglitz-Sen Commission Demand by G 20 OECD will develop publication with indicators on domains of progress (material well-being, quality of life, environment) Material well-being: National Accounts at a Glance 2010 Progress idea will be brought to the work of OECD Committees India will host the 4 th World Forum 7

New developments at the OECD (6) n Accession – Accession of 5 new countries: New developments at the OECD (6) n Accession – Accession of 5 new countries: Chile, Estonia, Israel, Slovenia, Russia – Accession process relatively advanced for Chile, Estonia, Israel, Slovenia – OECD Committee on Statistics conducted review of statistics of these 4 countries – Special session of CSTAT to discuss reviews – Opinion has now been put forward to the OECD Council – Council will then formally decide on accession and dates n Review methodology turned out to be useful and may 8 also be applied to some member countries

Conclusions n n n Co-operation with China (and India) ever more important, also with Conclusions n n n Co-operation with China (and India) ever more important, also with regard to new projects (Green Growth) Data exchange and co-operation on relevant indicators to be further promoted Good understanding of metadata and methodologies important Thank you! 9