Philippe Larrue


Philippe Larrue is working as policy analyst at the Directorate for Science Technology and Innovation (DSTI). He currently manages several projects in relation to innovation policy to address societal challenges, notably the study into the design and implementation of mission-oriented innovation policies (MOIPs) and a project on the role of research and technology organisations for sustainable transitions. He also regularly leads or contributes to OECD Innovation Policy Reviews (Malaysia, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Norway, Portugal, Kuwait, Korea). He joined OECD in 2011 as internal evaluator. He has led and implemented several evaluations of OECD committees and horizontal initiatives and contributed to revise the organisation’s methodology and process. Prior to joining OECD, he was Director of the French office of Technopolis Group, a leading consulting and evaluation company in the area of research, innovation and economic development policy. After his PhD in economics, Philippe led research positions at the University of Bordeaux, INSEAD Business School (Fontainebleau) and Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI, Tokyo).
Role in TIPC: Conference 2019