Location: Geneva

Organization: Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution

Has world economic growth become “safer” over the last few decades? Have social problems become more manageable or are we condemned to live in a world with increasing inequity? Can Europe, the first “sovereignty sharing” experiment among nation states, survive, or will it become a nail in the coffin of international cooperation?

Professor Kemal Derviş is Vice-President and Director for Global Economy and Development at the Brookings Institution. He was Head of the United Nations Development Programme, Minister of Economic Affairs of the Republic of Turkey and a Vice-President of the World Bank. He holds a PhD in Economics from Princeton University.

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