Ana Llena-Nozal is leading the long-term care work at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) since January 2018. She coordinates several topics on long-term care and ageing such as dementia care, the future of the long-term care workforce, social protection and funding in long-term care, the impact of COVID-19 in long-term care services, policies to promote healthy ageing and end-of-life care. She has been leading work on advising countries in long-term care reforms for Croatia and Lithuania.
Ana joined the OECD in 2006 where she has worked in various projects related to health, employment and social policy. She has been a member of the income inequality team working on policies to address social mobility, she has also been part of the team reviewing sickness and disability policies in selected OECD countries and was also one of the authors of the Employment Outlook, working on issues related to health and work. Before joining the OECD, Ms. Llena-Nozal was a researcher at the Institute of Development Studies (Sussex University), Utrecht University and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her previous research includes international comparative projects in the areas of education, labour market policy and health inequalities. Ana Llena-Nozal is Spanish and has a degree in development studies from the London School of Economics (MSc.) and in economics from the Pompeu Fabra University (MSc) and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (PhD).
Rocard, E., P. Sillitti and A. Llena-Nozal (2021), “COVID-19 in long-term care: Impact, policy responses and challenges”, OECD Health Working Papers, No. 131, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/b966f837-en.
OECD (2020), Who Cares? Attracting and Retaining Care Workers for the Elderly, OECD Health Policy Studies, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/92c0ef68-en.
Oliveira Hashiguchi, T. and A. Llena-Nozal (2020), “The effectiveness of social protection for long-term care in old age: Is social protection reducing the risk of poverty associated with care needs?”, OECD Health Working Papers, No. 117, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/2592f06e-en.
OECD (2018), Care Needed: Improving the Lives of People with Dementia, OECD Health Policy Studies, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264085107-en.
The Economy of Well-being, (with F. Murtin and N. Martin), Paris: OECD (2019)
A Broken Social Elevator? How to Promote Social Mobility, Paris: OECD (2018).
In it Together: Why Less Inequality Benefits All, Paris: OECD (2015).
“Trends in Top Incomes and their Taxation in OECD Countries”, OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers, No. 159, OECD Publishing, Paris. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5jz43jhlz87f-en (2014) with Forster and Nafilyan.
Closing the Gender Gap: Act Now, Paris: OECD (2012).
Divided we Stand: Why Inequality Keeps Rising? (with W.H. Chen and M. Forster), Paris: OECD (2011).
Help Wanted? Providing and Paying for Long-term Care (with F. Colombo, J. Mercier and F. Tjadens), Paris: OECD. May 2011.
Sickness, Disability and Work: Breaking the Barriers –A Synthesis of Findings across OECD countries (with HJ. Kim, C. Prinz and S. Singh), Paris: OECD. November 2010.
Pathways onto (and off) Disability Benefits: Assessing the Role of Policy and Individual characteristics (with T. Xenogiani). Employment Outlook, Paris: OECD, September 2009.
Sickness, Disability and Work –Keeping on Track in the Economic Downturn, Background paper to the High-Level Forum, Stockholm 14-15 May (with C. Prinz and A. Gomes), Paris: OECD. May 2009.
Sickness, Disability and Work: Breaking the Barriers –Sweden: will the Recent Reforms make it? (with C. Prinz and A. Gomes), Paris: OECD. March 2009.
Sickness, Disability and Work: Breaking the Barriers. Volume 3: Denmark, Finland, Ireland and the Netherlands (with M. Förster and C. Prinz), Paris: OECD. November 2008.
Are All Jobs Good For your Health? The Role of Work Status and Working Conditions on Mental Health. Employment Outlook, Paris: OECD. July 2008.