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Session 2.2. Lessons from Recent EU and OECD Developments

Plenary / Panel

Vortragende

Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity of the Portuguese Republic, Lisbon
Professor of Economics and Chair, Old-Age Financial Protection, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur; Former Director of Social Protection & Labor, World Bank, Washington DC
Vorstandsvorsitzender, FIMBAG Finanzmarktbeteiligung Aktiengesellschaft des Bundes, Wien

Dra. Maria Helena ANDRE

Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity of the Portuguese Republic, Lisbon

 Study of Modern Languages and Literature, Faculdade de Letras, University of Lisboa
1981-1988 Assistant of UGT-P International Department
1984-1991 Responsible for the International Affairs of UGT-P Youth Department
1985-1988 Member of ETUC Youth Steering Committee
1985-1991 Member of the local council of Paço de Arcos
1988-1991 Member of the Executive Committee of the Youth Forum of the European Community; Head of UGT-P International Department; President of ETUC Youth Steering Committee
1990-1991 Member of SITESE (Sindicato dos Trabalhadores de Escritório, Comércio, Serviços e Novas Tecnologias) General Council
1992-1995 ETUC Confederal Secretary in charge of Labour Market, Education and Vocational Training, Migration and Youth
1995-1999 ETUC Confederal Secretary in charge of Labour Market, Education and Vocational Training, Racism & Ethnical Minorities and European Structural Funds
1999-2003 Re-elected ETUC Confederal Secretary in charge of Labour Market, Education and Vocational Training, Regional Policy and European Structural Funds
2003-2009 Deputy General Secretary of the ETUC (in Prague May 2003, re-elected in Seville in 2007)
since 2009 Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity of the Portuguese Republic

Dr. Robert HOLZMANN

Professor of Economics and Chair, Old-Age Financial Protection, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur; Former Director of Social Protection & Labor, World Bank, Washington DC

1985-1987 Senior Economist, OECD, Paris
1988-1990 Senior Economist, IWF, Washington
1990-1992 a.o. Univ.Prof., University of Vienna
1992-1997 o. Univ.Prof.; Director European Institute, Saarland University, Saarbrücken
1997-2011 Sector Director Social Protection and Labor, The World Bank
since 2012 Chair, Old-Age Financial Protection, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
since 2013 Honorary Chair, CEPAR - The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research, New South Wales University, Sydney

Dr. Klaus LIEBSCHER

Vorstandsvorsitzender, FIMBAG Finanzmarktbeteiligung Aktiengesellschaft des Bundes, Wien

1968-1995 Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG, Wien
1980-1995 Mitglied des Vorstandes
1988-1995 Generaldirektor, Vorsitzender des Vorstandes
1988-1998 Mitglied des Generalrates der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank
1995-1998 Präsident der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank, Wien
  Vertreter der OeNB im Gouverneursrat der Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich (BIZ)
seit 1995 Österreichischer Gouverneur beim Internationalen Währungsfonds (IWF)
  Gouverneur der Oesterreichischen Nationalbank, Wien
seit 1998 Mitglied des Rates und des Erweiterten Rates der Europäischen Zentralbank (EZB)