2023 Annual Conference of the Global Forum on Productivity 27./28. September 2023 in Santiago, Chile


Co-organised with the government of Chile, this year’s Annual Conference of the OECD Global Forum on Productivity (GFP) will take place on 27-28 September 2023. Its focus is “New policies for a sustainable productive development and growth.”

The event brings together high-level officials from national and international organisations, top academics, experts on productivity and members of civil and business society, to exchange views on cutting-edge research on productivity growth and best practices to affect it.

The conference will discuss the challenges for productivity of the post COVID-19 period, including the green transition, the potential re-organisation of value chains, digitalisation, and enabling conditions for productive investments.


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