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Nicole Primmer

Senior Policy Director - Business at OECD (BIAC)

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Nicole Primmer is a Senior Policy Director at Business at OECD (BIAC), where she oversees taxation and fiscal affairs, digital economy policy, and G7. She is also responsible for Business at OECD’s engagement to the Annual Consultation with OECD Ambassadors, the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM), and the engagement with the G7. Prior to joining Business at OECD in 2000, Nicole worked for the United States Council for International Business (USCIB), for NEC Corporation, and at the Columbia Business School Centre on Japanese Economy and Business under the direction of Professor Hugh Patrick. Nicole holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University, and a B.A. in French and Political Science from Duquesne University. She also completed graduate studies at Sciences Po in Paris, and is a former Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar at Sofia University in Tokyo. Nicole is fluent in English and French, and has basic fluency in Japanese. She is also an accomplished lyric soprano.

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AI in our Futures: Stakeholder perspectives

AI in our Futures: Stakeholder perspectives

February 6, 2021clock60 mins

As artificial intelligence reshapes our futures, what do OECD’s stakeholders consider to be the opportunities and challenges for work, innovation, productivity and skills? In this roundtable session, representatives from business (Business at OECD), labour (TUAC), civil society (CSISAC) and the technical community (ITAC) will share their views and offer insights from their communities on the evidence gaps and policy priorities where the OECD can advance the debate.

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