This symposium has shed light on the reopening of the world’s economies citing several examples from around the globe. It focused on the following four themes:
- Requirements for opening national economies: The economic policies perspective.
- The unbalanced reopening of the global economy: Advanced countries VS developing and under-developed countries.
- The dangers of anti-globalization and moves against economic openness: Current trends and lessons learned from the past.
|Research Assistant at TRENDS, UAE|
|Dr. William R. White||Simon Lacey||Dr. Richard Woodward||Zhenhai Cui||Dr. Sandrine Kergroach||Dr. Manal Shehabi|
|Former Deputy Governor, The Bank of Canada, Canada||Senior Lecturer in International Trade at University of Adelaide, Australia||Associate Professor in International Business at Coventry University, United Kingdom||Researcher at ChongYang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, China||Deputy Head of Division
The OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities (CFE)
|OIES-KFAS Supernumerary Fellow
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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