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E-Symposium
Future TRENDS Forum: The World in 2071

New Economic Growth Models for the upcoming 50 years

This live E-Symposium has shed the light on the themes listed below:

  1. Future possibilities – new approaches to economic development
  2. Transformational policies needed for the economy of the future
  3. Pillars of the economy of the future – knowledge and sustainability
  4. Economic landscape for the next 50 years

Watch Symposium Video

Introductory Video

 

Proceedings
7.00 P.M.  

Welcoming Remarks

Mohammed Hamdaoui

Moderator and Economic Researcher

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

7.15 P.M.  

Future possibilities – new approaches to economic development

Bader Alabdulqader

Senior Economist

Sharqia Development Authority

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

7:30 P.M.  

Transformational policies needed for the economy of the future

Dr. Jose Ronaldo Junior

Director of Macroeconomics Policy and Research

IPEA

Brazil

7:45 P.M. Dr. Simeon Djankov

Senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics

USA

8:00 P.M.  

Pillars of the economy of the future – knowledge and sustainability

Dr. Giacomo Luciani

Scientific advisor of the Master in International Energy at the Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Geneva

8:15 P.M.  

Economic landscape for the next 50 years

Dr. Dan Mitchell

Chairman of the Center of Freedom and Prosperity

USA

8:30 P.M.  

Hector Pollitt

Director, Head of Modelling

Cambridge Econometrics

UK

8:45 P.M.  

Open Discussion

8:55 P.M.  

Closing Remarks

Mohammed Hamdaoui

Moderator and Economic Researcher

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

 

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E-Symposium
Future TRENDS Forum: The World in 2071

New Economic Growth Models for the upcoming 50 years

Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021

Trends YouTube channel

This live E-Symposium has shed the light on the themes listed below:

  1. Future possibilities – new approaches to economic development
  2. Transformational policies needed for the economy of the future
  3. Pillars of the economy of the future – knowledge and sustainability
  4. Economic landscape for the next 50 years

Watch Symposium Video

Introductory Video

 

Proceedings
7.00 P.M.  

Welcoming Remarks

Mohammed Hamdaoui

Moderator and Economic Researcher

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

7.15 P.M.  

Future possibilities – new approaches to economic development

Bader Alabdulqader

Senior Economist

Sharqia Development Authority

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

7:30 P.M.  

Transformational policies needed for the economy of the future

Dr. Jose Ronaldo Junior

Director of Macroeconomics Policy and Research

IPEA

Brazil

7:45 P.M. Dr. Simeon Djankov

Senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics

USA

8:00 P.M.  

Pillars of the economy of the future – knowledge and sustainability

Dr. Giacomo Luciani

Scientific advisor of the Master in International Energy at the Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Geneva

8:15 P.M.  

Economic landscape for the next 50 years

Dr. Dan Mitchell

Chairman of the Center of Freedom and Prosperity

USA

8:30 P.M.  

Hector Pollitt

Director, Head of Modelling

Cambridge Econometrics

UK

8:45 P.M.  

Open Discussion

8:55 P.M.  

Closing Remarks

Mohammed Hamdaoui

Moderator and Economic Researcher

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

 

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