Creating Shared Economics Views at the Rhodes Forum
Our Senior Fellow Uri Dadush will be representing the Policy Center for the New South at the Rhodes Forum taking place in Rhodes, Greece, 11-12 October 2019, under the theme « Global (Dis) Order : Towards Dialogue-Based World Views ».
Along JOMO SUNDARAM, Senior Adviser Government of Malaysia, Former United Nations Assistant Secretary General for Economic Development and JAMES GALBRAITH, Professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and at the Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin, Uri Dadush will answer the following questions :
- Why are income inequalities at the highest levels in history?
- What are the likely scenarios for the change in inequalities of income and wealth distribution?
- Increase? Stabilisation? Decrease? Why?
- What comes next after the liberal economic order – a new ‘reformed capitalism’ or a period of chaos and disarray? Or something else entirely?
- Will the rise of nationalism lead to conflicts, if not wars, between countries, with the collapse of the international trade and capital flows, like in the 1930s?
This Forum will take place on October 11-12 at Rhodes, Greece.
The program to the event is to be found here : https://doc-research.org/forum/Keep me informed
Uri Dadush, Senio Fellow, Policy Center for the New South
Uri Dadush is a Senior Fellow at the Policy Center for the New South, previously known as OCP Policy Center in Rabat, Morocco and a non-resident scholar at Bruegel. He is based in Washington, DC, and is Principal of Economic Policy International, LLC, providing consulting services to the World Bank and to other international organizations as well as corporations. He teaches courses on globalization and on international trade policy at the OCP Policy School and at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland. He was previously Director of the International Economics Program at Carnegie and, at the World Bank, Director of the International Trade, Economic Policy, and Development Prospects Departments. In the private sector, where he was President of the Economist Intelligence Unit, Group Vice President of Data Resources, Inc., and a consultant with Mc Kinsey and Co.