OECD project addressing income inequalities draws on Henley research

30 June 2016

OECD project addressing income inequalities draws on Henley research

Research undertaken by Professor Rajneesh Narula, the John H. Dunning Chair of International Business, has been used by the OECD to inform its project on innovation and inclusive development.

Research undertaken by Professor Rajneesh Narula, the John H. Dunning Chair of International Business, has been used by the OECD to inform its project on innovation and inclusive development.

As a member of the Advisory Board for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Professor Rajneesh Narula has been advising the organisation’s Innovation for Inclusive Growth project.

 The project is an initiative that aims to inform government policies of both member and non-member states to address inequality through novel approaches to innovation and knowledge-based economies.Rajneesh’s inputs and participation draw from his extensive knowledge and research on developing economies, R&D and globalisation of innovation.

For details of the project, project timelines and phases, please visit the following website

 Alternatively, contact Professor Rajneesh Narula for further information