A geopolitical shift is not in the landscape, and will not be for some time yet.
Lunch Meeting with Carlos Moedas
(European Commissioner Research, Science and Innovation)
Friday, November 17th 2017, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Cercle Royale Gaulois (Rue de la Loi 5, 1000 Bruxelles).
Class CNBC: Interview with Valerio De Molli on speakers and main issues covered in our Forum “Intelligence on the World, Europe, and Italy”.
Aviation is a strong driver of economic growth, jobs, trade and mobility for the European Union. It plays a crucial role in the European economy and reinforces its global leadership. For these reasons it is imperative to ensure that the European Aviation sector remains competitive.
The heart of European innovation is not London, Berlin or Paris. It is a small city in Flanders: Leuven. This is the conclusion reached by the annual ranking prepared by Reuters of the most innovative universities in Europe, a list which identifies and classifies the best institutes—those truly capable of influencing the global economy.
According to Michael Heise, Chief Economist of Allianz SE, the after-Brexit era is, despite everything, proving to be less apocalyptic than expected and, estimates for 2017, seem moderately optimistic, if the right strategy will be implemented.
The Polish case is unique for the ability the country demonstrated in facing an historical shift from a state-owned economy to a market one. The goal of this document is to deepen critical factors of success, defining a brighter picture of Polish economic results.
The Irish case is remarkable for its recent outstanding economic growth rates and the ability to recover from 2008 bust, establishing a growth path determined by unique factors. The goal of this document is to deepen these factors, defining a brighter picture of Irish most recent economic results.
Marcel Fratzscher, President of Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung and Enrico Letta, Prime Minister of the Italian Republic from 2013 to 2014 are the two experts selected by Ambrosetti to talk about the growing complexity of international chessboard at the Ambrosetti Forum Previews.
Investments can play a strategic role for boosting Europe’s competitiveness and long-term sustainable economic growth: developing an investment-driven growth model can relaunch and reinforce the European project.