Counsellor - Permanent Delegation of Hungary to OECD
András Hlács works as Counsellor at the Permanent Delegation of Hungary to the OECD and UNESCO since 2015, but the beginning of his involvement in different OECD projects dates back to 2012. In addition, from 2013 onwards, he has held membership in the bureaus of several OECD bodies, including, since 2018, his position as vice chair at the Committee on Digital Economy Policy (CDEP). Furthermore, he was part of the AI Group of experts at the OECD. Before moving to Paris, András worked as senior strategic consultant at the National Research, Development and Innovation Office of Hungary (NKFIH) from 2011 to 2015. Moreover, parallel to that, he also worked as a part-time lecturer on innovation in public procurement at the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Loránd Science University of Budapest (ELTE). András holds an MA degree in Foreign Relations (with a specialization in American Studies) and an MA degree in English Language from ELTE.
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