ABU DHABI – TRENDS Research & Advisory kickstarts a busy 2021 events calendar with its first e-symposium – New Economic Growth Models for the Upcoming 50 Years – on Tuesday, January 19. The symposium, which is part of Future TRENDS Forum: The World in 2071, gathers global experts to discuss growth models and economic landscapes for the next 50 years. The ambitious e-symposium will set the stage for a series of events highlighting the various dimensions of the challenges facing a global economy already battling geopolitical uncertainties and a crippling pandemic.
The e-symposium – which will be live-streamed at 7.30 pm UAE time (GMT +4.00) – brings together prominent experts and researchers representing prestigious institutions who will tackle the most enduring challenges facing the global economy over the next half a century. Mohammed Hamdaoui, Economic Researcher at the TRENDS Research & Advisory, will deliver the opening remarks and moderate the session.
Bader Alabdulqader, a Senior Economist at the Sharqia Development Authority, Saudi Arabia, will start the evening’s proceedings highlighting the new approaches to economic development. He specializes in economic modeling, time series forecasting, and impact analysis. Dr. Jose Ronaldo Junior, Director of Macroeconomics Policy and Research at IPEA, Brazil, will speak on the future economy’s transformational policies. Dr. Jose specializes in economic growth, long-term economic scenarios, and macroeconomic policy. Dr. Giacomo Luciani, a Scientific Advisor at the Master in International Energy at the Sciences Po’s Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) and Adjunct Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, will highlight the values of knowledge and sustainability as components of future economies. Dr. Luciani has worked and consulted for major international energy companies and governments of oil-exporting countries. Dr. Dan Mitchell, the Chairman of the Center of Freedom and Prosperity, USA, will lay down the next 50 years’ economic landscape. Dr. Mitchell’s primary research interests include tax reform, international tax competition, the economic burden of government spending, and other fiscal policy issues.Read more >>