Andrea Goldstein is in charge of Global Relations at the OECD Investment Division. He was previously the Deputy Director of the UNESCAP Subregional Office for East and North-East Asia in Incheon, the Deputy Director of the Heiligendamm L’Aquila Process (the G8-G5 political dialogue) Support Unit, and Senior Economist at the OECD Development Centre and Economics Department and the World Bank Group. In January-April 2013 he was posted in Myanmar as special advisor to the Deputy Minister for National Planning and Economic Development.
Andrea has published widely on emerging economies – including L’économie des BRIC (La Découverte 2013) and Il miracolo coreano (il Mulino 2013) –, emerging multinationals – including Multinational Companies from Emerging Economies in the Global Economy (Palgrave 2007, paperback edition 2009) – and the impact of the emergence of China and India on other developing countries. He has also authored 40 articles in refereed journals, including the Asian Development Review, Business History, Cambridge Journal of Economics, CEPAL Review, Economia Internazionale, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Transnational Corporations, and The World Economy.
Andrea studied at Bocconi, Columbia and Sussex Universities, is Paris Chapter Leader of the Bocconi Alumni Association, and participates in the activities of Aspen Italia.
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