Jason is a development economist with the OECD Development Centre and leads its work on migration and development, producing empirically-based policy reports, coordinating its Policy Dialogue on Migration and Development (PDMD). He has worked at the OECD since 2007, covering a variety of subjects related to both migration and development, and is an expert on the links between these two policy fields. In addition to international migration, he has led, drafted and published reports on informality, internal migration, urbanisation, social cohesion, well-being, and development strategies. He has been a core author of the OECD’s Perspectives on Global Development flagship report since its inception in 2009, and led the team from 2017 to 2019. Sitting on several advisory boards related to migration, he brings the OECD Development Centre’s unique expertise and policy circles into international and regional governance fora, such as the GFMD. He holds a PhD in economics from the Paris School of Economics (PSE).