Emmanuelle GanneWorld Trade Organization
Emmanuelle Ganne is Senior Analyst in the Economic Research and Statistics Division of the World Trade Organization (WTO) where she leads WTO work on Blockchain. She is the author of a recently published WTO book entitled "Can Blockchain Revolutionize International Trade?". Ms. Ganne is also WTO's lead on micro, small and medium side enterprises. Prior to this, she held the position of Vice-President and Managing Director for Europe at the Allam Advisory Group (AAG), a team of former C-level executives and senior diplomats that specializes in helping businesses expand their operations globally. Before joining AAG, Ms. Ganne held various positions at the WTO, including in the Information and External Relations Division where she briefed journalists on WTO negotiations, as Counselor to Director-General Pascal Lamy, and in the Accessions Division where she assessed trade policies of governments wishing to join the WTO and advised them on how to improve their business environment. Before joining the WTO in 2002, Ms. Ganne worked for the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, putting in place the Stability Pact Anti-Corruption Initiative, which assisted South Eastern European states curb corruption. Ms. Ganne is a 2009 Yale World Fellow.
Conferences associated with Emmanuelle Ganne
Room 1 – APFF workshop
Ledgers, Blocks and Cryptocurrencies
Blockchain technology has a great potential for application in a variety of situations. How can tax administrations use it to improve their services and fight tax evasion, while meeting the real challenge of providing adequate support?