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Why global public investment could be a new mechanism for multilateral co-operation

Mario Pezzini, former director of the OECD development centre, reflects on how international co-operation has developed in the past 70 years and why global public investment could be a useful tool for addressing issues that require many different state actors to co-operate.

This interview was recorded at the first in a series of events hosted by Wilton Park and Equal International to develop strategies to evolve the Global Public Investment (GPI) concept and transition it to reality. We bring together key thinkers and policy-makers to discuss how Global Public Investment for the Common Good (GPI-CG) can play a major part in building and implementing the Global Common Good Agenda (GCGA). Together we will identify opportunities and challenges and take the next step on our journey to cocreate a viable, equitable and effective model to address the global challenges of the 21st century.


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