Education, Skills and Learning

Unlimited opportunities: Creating more jobs for young people in emerging market and developing economies

Around 20% of 15 to 24-year-olds in emerging market economies are neither in school nor work. Image: REUTERS/Beawiharta

Christine Lagarde

President, European Central Bank

John Bluedorn

Senior Economist in the European department, IMF

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