Powering Africa: Closing Africa’s energy gap could boost economic growth by 30% by 2040. What business and policy innovations hold the greatest potential for accelerating energy provision?
Governing Globalization: Four out of five jobs lost due to globalization have been sacrificed to technological change rather than trade. What have we learned about globalization to improve its governance?
Who can lead a multipolar world? With growing doubts about the capacity of the new US administration to lead the political scene, will Asia take the lead in this multipolar world?
Press conference with VP of Nigeria: Learn first-hand about Nigeria’s Recovery and Growth Plan as well as policy measures the government has put in place towards improving investment climate, ensuring security of lives and investments and driving growth through social inclusiveness.
Advancing the sustainable development agenda: What policy and industry leadership is needed to ramp-up the impact of the Sustainable Development Goals?
The World Economic Forum engages political, business, academic and other leaders of society in collaborative efforts to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Together with other stakeholders, it works to define challenges, solutions, and actions, always in the spirit of global citizenship.
It serves and builds sustained communities through an integrated concept of high-level meetings, research networks, task forces and digital collaboration.
It delivers unique value to its Partners, Members, and Constituents through its Annual and Regional Meetings, its Centres dedicated to global, regional, and industry issues, its future-oriented communities of New Champions, its expert networks of Global Agenda Councils, its TopLink knowledge and interaction platform and the Forum Academy.
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This year’s event was held January 17-20, 2017.
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