Glenda QuintiniSenior Economist (Skills Analysis and Policy), Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD
About Glenda Quintini
I am a senior economist at OECD where I lead a team looking at how skill needs are evolving in the labour market and at the policy responses to these changes, particularly in the area of adult learning and on-the-job training. We provide advice to countries on their skills-related policies and carry out comparative analysis, covering both OECD and developing countries. We also contribute to the development and analysis of the OECD Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC) and the accompanying employer module on skill gaps. Over the years, I have devoted a lot of attention to issues of skills mismatch, skills use at work, work-based learning and automation.