Stephane Jacobzone





Public Governance and Territorial Development OECD

Mr. Jacobzone currently has responsibility for the High Level Risk Forum at the OECD. His experience includes regulatory issues, economic and governance aspects of the public sector as well as health related issues. He organized a major conference on the future of regulatory policy at the OECD, including 350 participants from 51 countries in 2010, jointly with the Bertelsmann Stiftung and the European Commission. He conducted recent analytical projects on the governance of regulatory oversight, the implications of the financial crisis for quality regulation in the financial sector, the institutional design for utility sectors, including the regulation or energy, transport and telecommunications, the comparative assessment of regulatory management systems, and led multidisciplinary regulatory reform reviews in 9 countries, (including Australia, Mexico, Brazil, France, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland). He was in charge of coordinating the Ministerial meeting of the Public Governance Committee in Venice in November 2010. In prior assignments, Mr. Jacobzone supported the launch of the OECD health activities, including assessing the economic implications of ageing and the diffusion of new health technologies for public finances and health systems as well as the regulation of pharmaceuticals. Mr. Jacobzone is a former alumni of the Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE, France, and began his carrier at the French Ministry of Finance. He taught at Sciences Po, ENA and ENSAE, and authored over 14 books and reports, and over forty articles. He is a member of the French Who’s Who.


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