Yves Berthelot is Senior Research Fellow at The CUNY Graduate Center and Co-director of the UN Intellectual History Project based at the Project's Geneva Liaison Office located in the United Nations Library.
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From 1993 until mid-2000 he was the Executive-Secretary of the
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (EEC). He has a
long and distinguished career in international development and
international economic issues. He previously had served as Deputy
Secretary-General of UNCTAD (1985-1993), directory of the Centre
d'Etudes Propsectives et d'informations Internationales in Paris
(1981-1985), Director of the Organization for Economic Co-operation
and Development's Development Centre in Paris (1975-1978), and
several positions in the Government of France.
Yves Berthelot received his academic training at the prestigious
Ecole Polytechnique and the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique
et de l'Administration.
to which he has contributed include: La
Fracture (1985), La montée des tensions (1983), Impact sur l'économie
francaise de l'industrialisation du tiers-monde (1982), Le défi
économique du tiers-monde (1978),
Pour une nouvelle coopération (1975)