The penultimate interview in our mini-portrait series of women speaking at the 2012 Women’s Forum, featuring Monika Queisser.
Head of Social Policy at the OECD, Monika Queisser holds two Masters degrees in Journalism and Political Science, and a Doctorate in Economic Policy from the University of Munich. She is also an expert in issues relating to retirement, and works with OECD member governments on this subject.
In this interview, we tackle this important question with one of the most renowned specialists in the field. Moniker Queisser is also speaking at the 2012 Women’s Forum as part of the round-table discussion entitled, “can economic austerity be an opportunity for women?”. This is a challenging question for us, so we asked her in what way could this austerity represent an opportunity specifically for women. She gives us her outlook on growth, and responds to the question we put to everyone about disconnecting from the digital world. Watch the interview now!
As Monika Queisser said in this interview, growth is not an end in itself, we need to achieve better life quality instead: discover the tool developed by OECD on the website www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org, this test’s results may surprise you! Follow the latest news from the OECD on Twitter @OECD.
Coming up on the live Orange blog, the final interview in our mini-portrait series with Mouna Sepehri, Executive Vice President, Office of the CEO, at Renault. Stay connected!
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